Leeds v Swansea - Championship

It’s a top two showdown in the Championship: Leeds v Swansea. Of course, the table is still very embryonic, but it’s still a cracking prospect, and one where I can see both teams scoring.

We all know about Bielsa’s Leeds by now: ruthless and deadly. Though their last three league matches have seen Kiko Casilla keep a clean sheet, they’ll do well to shut out a Swansea side who have smashed in three goals during each of their last four fixtures (albeit while conceding a few along the way).

This could be a really good game, and I’d be surprised if there wasn’t at least one goal at either end.

BTTS - 1pt @ 13/18

AFC Wimbledon v Wycombe - League One

All six of AFC Wimbledon’s matches have seen both teams score this season, and their clash with Wycombe shouldn’t be any different.

The Chairboys’ last four matches have also seen both teams score, and despite the huge points disparity already this season between the sides, I don’t think there’s an awful lot between them in terms of quality.

BTTS - 1pt @ 7/10

Peterborough United v Sunderland - League One

Sunderland are absolute BTTS gold. They finished last season with the highest BTTS-rate in League One, and have kicked-off this campaign with five from five. They simply cannot keep clean sheets.

Their trip to Peterborough has great potential, particularly because the Posh have scored and conceded in both of their home matches so far this season.

BTTS - 1pt @ 7/10

Port Vale v Cambridge - League Two

My final selection is Port Vale v Cambridge.

Vale are the only side in League Two with a 100% BTTS-rate, and their match with Cambridge, who have impressed so far this season, isn’t likely to be short of action.

The U’s, after a couple of 0-0 draws at the start off the season, have played four straight matches where both teams have scored, and I’m hoping that run doesn’t end come Saturday evening.

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BTTS - 1pt @ 10/11