There's another full fixture list in the Football League as it comes thick and fast! Plenty of matches to choose from and we've picked out our best bets for Saturday afternoon.
QPR v Rotherham – QPR win
A fairly obvious place to start is in the Championship with QPR. Rangers looked dead and buried two nil down to a very impressive Wolves side on Wednesday night, but they fought back and showed tremendous spirit to win the game. Goals from Premier League transfer targets – Matt Phillips and Charlie Austin saw them get their first victory of the season and I think their second could closely follow. QPR haven't started the season, but got a decent point against Preston in midweek. It's hard to see where their goals are going to come from though and I think QPR should clean up here.
Middlesbrough v Bristol City – Middlesbrough win
Another home win in the Championship, this time for last season's Play-Off finalist Middlesbrough. Boro conceded their first goal of the season in the 90th minute at the I-Pro to Derby County results in 2 points lost. They will look to bounce back from that with 3 points at the Riverside. Kike has started the season in blistering form, scoring 3 goals and his side were completely dominant against Bolton in their first home game of the season. I think Bristol City are slightly better than the Trotters and I think it will be less convincing. Although Steve Cotterill's side will be on a high after their magnificent comeback against Leeds, they won't have enough here.
Fleetwood v Colchester – Fleetwood win
Fleetwood manager Graham Alexander keeps promising more from his young squad and they finally delivered on Tuesday night in the sensational 4-3 victory over Bury. The Shakers are no pushovers and were twice in the lead, but they felt the full force of the Cods. That was impressive and now they are back at Highbury, they can surely put Colchester to the sword. Colchester started the season with a creditable draw with Blackpool, but have failed to push on and look suceptible on the road. It's also a long journey for them and I can't imagine they will get much change out of Fleetwood. The impressive Antoni Sarsevic continues to pull the strings in midfield.
Exeter v York – Exeter win
Exeter have started the season pretty well. They beat (still pointless) Yeovil on the opening day of the season and then had success in the cup. They were thumped by Northampton, but bounced back away at Dagenham. Now, back at home, I think they should have too much flair for York. The Minstermen have been decent enough and also beat Yeovil in midweek, but they look a little dimensional. I worry about their lack of goals up front. Reece Thompson looks likely to get a few, but Vadaine Oliver might not get into double figures. It's another long journey to the South West and I think Exeter will be keeping the 3 points here
Wycombe v Dagenham – Wycombe win
Wycombe have yet to concede a goal and that should continue here, Dagenham have struggled this season so far and it's hard to see where their first points will arrive from. They have some decent young players, but if they rely on 40 year old Jamie Cureton too much, they are going to struggle. Wycombe's squad looks lighter than last season's and financial restrictions have bitten in Buckinghamshire, but they look classy and the aimable Gareth Ainsorth will have them ready for this.
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