Peterborough v Swindon - Saturday 12:15, Sky Sports 1
Marcus Maddison has been earning rave reviews for his impact in the opening weeks and the heightened focus on his input could create space for Gwion Edwards to make a decisive contribution from the opposite flank. Take the 9/2 on the Peterborough number 7 to score anytime and the 25/1 on him scoring two or more goals.
Maddison and Edwards are currently playing as inverted wingers in a 4-4-2, and both players have a reputation for being difficult to contain at this time of year. Maddison has scored two of Peterborough’s 11 league goals this term and delivered both free kicks that assisted the goals in a 2-0 win at MK Dons last weekend.
But he’s only a fraction of the prices available on the former Crawley man. Edwards has bagged three times, including a brace in the 5-1 demolition of much-fancied Millwall, and he had five goals to his name by the end of September last term. The Welshman was specifically targeted to bring greater balance to the Posh attack.
Swindon have made a positive start, taking seven points from four matches as they attempt to stay competitive without last season's 24-goal striker Nicky Ajose. My ratings make the 90-minute prices about right and the market is also wise to a high goals expectancy, so the fertile ground is on who, rather than how many, and Edwards is the one who ticks most boxes.