19:45 Tuesday

Norwich vs Huddersfield

A stunning stat so far for Norwich this season in that they’ve had the highest xG of any side in the Championship so far in their three games this season, and yet, the promotion favourites are pinned to the foot of the table. Sure, there’s a long way to go and I’ve got no doubt that the talent in this Norwich side can deliver goals. They found the net in a 1-1 draw against Wigan, and scored in a 2-1 loss against Hull at the weekend, despite the fact that in both cases it should have been a lot more than that.

They come up against a Huddersfield side who after their playoff disappointment last season suffered a little bit of a hangover. They lost their opening two games and were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Preston before finally getting off to winning ways against Stoke at the weekend.

They’ve been finding the net no problem but are without a single clean sheet so far this year, and given that Norwich will be desperate to record three points in this one, but have been susceptible at the back in their opening few weeks, I fancy goals at both ends in this one.

19:45 Tuesday

Exeter vs Wycombe

Exeter came crashing to earth at the weekend after beating Port Vale 4-0 in the league and Cheltenham 0-7 in the cup they were beaten 2-1 at Cambridge. They’re not shy of goals in the slightest this season are League Two’s new arrivals, and while I’d fancy their chances at St James Park against most sides, they have a tough opponent on their hands here in Wycombe.

Gareth Ainsworth’s side make the journey south having picked up only three pointts from their opening three games this season, that coming in a 3-0 win over Burton. Beaten on home soil at the weekend with a 1-2 loss against Shrewsbury, they led in that match before conceding twice in the second half, the latter coming from an 89th minute penalty. Ainsworth will be keen to get his side back to winning ways here, but can’t afford to under-estimate an Exeter side who are perfectly capable of causing them problems.

19:45 Tuesday

Doncaster vs Stockport

Two leagues separated these two sides last season with Doncaster in League One and Stockport down in the National League. But the two are much closer now, and I fancy a few goals as they square off for a midweek meeting at the Eco-Power Stadium. Doncaster kicked off life in League Two with a feisty little game against Bradford that ended goalless, but have found their shooting boots since with a 2-1 win over Sutton and a 2-2 draw against AFC Wimbledon last time out.

Stockport meanwhile didn’t have quite the start that most expected with 2-3 and 2-1 losses against Barrow and Stevenage, before getting a win on the board against Colchester at the weekend. The two are much closer now in terms of quality these days and both could do with three points on the board, but given how they’ve been defending as of late, a few goals shouldn’t be a problem.