Stevenage v Crawley - Saturday 15:00
Tyler Walker looked a cut above League Two on his Stevenage debut last weekend, scoring twice in the 6-1 rout of Hartlepool. But he wouldn't be the first youngster to set a benchmark that he later struggles to live up to, and the same sense of anti-climax could also besiege Stevenage.
The Boro have scaled heights that suggest they should keep the relegation scrap at arms length but home wins against Luton and Pools have been with interspersed with the concession of eight goals at Leyton Orient and Grimsby. In short, you never really know what you're going to get from one week to the next.
The case for Crawley to win at the Lamex this weekend is purely speculative but a comfortable pick nonetheless. The evidence to date suggests that Dermot Drummy's men are the weaker of the two teams but you'll never go skint opposing sub-50 per cent shot ratio teams at odds on at this level.
The Red Devils never got close to Portsmouth last weekend, falling two goals behind in 12 minutes, with a 3-0 defeat wrapped-up before the interval. But 1-0 wins over Wycombe and Exeter demonstrate a capability of nicking results against other bottom-half opposition.