Port Vale v Peterborough, BST 15:00
With eight wins, one defeat and one draw to their name, Peterborough must be pretty pleased with their league form. It's a start that's lifted them to second in the table. But what stands out about them so far, is that their away record is noticeably better than their home form.
Not that their home results have been bad, mind you. Far from it. But on the road, the Posh have been in rude health. They've registered four wins and just one draw, conceded only four goals, but scored 15 times, which is more than double the number they've netted at home.
Those 19 goals in total, scored in their five away games, suggest Peterborough pack a real attitude when going on their travels. And so far it's working for them, having already put four past Notts County and five past Tranmere.
The even better news for us is that hosts Port Vale have conceded in all five of their home games so far. And they've also scored in each of those matches, meaning this game looks a good bet for goal action at both ends of the pitch.
Back Over 2.5 goals @ 1.75/7
Colchester v Walsall, BST 15:00
It might be a much more subdued game though further south in the country, when Colchester play host to Walsall.
If the only way really is Essex, then it certainly isn't Colchester. Let me be frank, the U's have been pretty boring this season. In five home games, they've managed to score just four goals. And they weren't even hospitable enough to let their guests bring the entertainment, with the away sides only scoring seven times between them.
But don't just take my word for it. Results show that Colchester's games rank second from bottom of the division in terms of goal action. And which is the only team whose games have yielded even fewer goals? Yes, you've guessed it, it's Walsall.
That last statistic is perhaps a tad surprising though, given that Walsall sit ninth in the table, five places above their opponents. The fact is though, Walsall are just out and out solid. They don't give much and they only take a little bit more than they give. Their away record tells you all you need to know. Five games, six goals for, just two against. So if you're hoping for fireworks in this game, you could be in for a long wait.
Back Under 2.5 goals @ 1.9210/11
Bradford City v Tranmere Rovers, BST 15:00
It would seem at first glance, that bottom of the table Tranmere are on a hiding to nothing, as they travel to take on fourth placed Bradford. After all, Bradford have scored two goals or more in each of their home games. So what chance then for struggling Tranmere, a side with just one win from ten?
Well, in all honesty, the answer to that is - not much. But there is hope for anyone backing under the goals total, because while Tranmere are bad, they do still have their pride and rarely let their defeats get out of hand. This is especially true of Tranmere's away games. They may have lost all but one of those five matches, but they didn't let themselves be disgraced, conceding on average less than two goals per game.
Bradford have only conceded three times during their five home matches, so they're looks little chance of Tranmere finding their net. And while Bradford remain unbeaten at home, let's not ignore that they've scored, on average, less than three goals per game.
The reality is, Tranmere will arrive with the aim of keeping this game tight, and at worst respectable, and I believe they can achieve just that.
Back Under 2.5 goals @ 1.9720/21
Coventry City v Sheffield United, BST 16:00
Despite starting the season with the major handicap of a ten point deduction, Coventry have already managed to get themselves out of the relegation zone. And that's largely down their attacking approach.
In all fairness, the prospect of giving everyone a ten point headstart probably forced manager Steven Pressley's hand to a large extent. The Sky Blues clearly had to start the season quickly before the gap to the other teams caused heads to drop. But that said, Coventry have gone about their task with plenty of style and no lack of success.
Their season started with a nine goal thriller in their opening home match against Bristol City. It was inevitable that kind of pace couldn't be maintained. But Coventry have continued to take the game to their opponents. Consequently, their ten matches to date have yielded 41 goals in all, which makes them the most entertaining team to watch in the entire division in terms of goal action.
Sheffield United, who sacked manager David Weir on Friday night, sit third from bottom and need a result. But they've lost all five of their away games so far, conceding an average of more than two goals each time. Hence, I expect both teams to score, with both showing a reckless desire to snag that valuable win.
Back Over 2.5 goals @ 1.8810/11