Bradford, Bristol City and Peterborough all to win at 6/1
It may be the international break, for Premier League and Championship clubs, but League One action continues, and Coral are offering a sensational 6/1 special for home sides Bradford, Bristol City and Peterborough all to win.
Top five sides Phil Parkinson’s Bantams host Yeovil Town, the Robins entertain Scunthorpe United, while Posh welcome Port Vale.
Bradford v Yeovil
The Bantams have got off to a great start so far this term in the league, winning three out of their first five matches, which sees them up in fifth place, as well as knocking out arch rivals Leeds United in the Capital One Cup. They are 6/5 favourites for victory again.
Yeovil, on the other hand, are down in 19th place, having lost their opening two fixtures and drawing their last couple. The duo last played in 2007, with Bradford winning their duel the season before 1-0. They are 13/2 chances for that scoreline in their favour once more.
Bristol City v Scunthorpe
The last time these two teams met was in the 2010/11 season in the Championship, with City winning both 2-0. Steve Cotterill’s side are odds-on at 8/11 for victory again, and 15/2 to record that scoreline.
Bristol have also won three times this term in League One, and are unbeaten so far. Scunthorpe, though, are languishing in the drop zone, with three losses from their opening five matches.
For goals, back Aaron Wilbraham and new signing Kieran Agard, from Rotterham United, to net anytime at 11/8 and 17/10 respectively.
Peterborough v Port Vale
League One table-toppers and odds-on favourites Peterborough (5/6), managed by Darren Ferguson, go into this match on the back of four wins out of five. Port Vale, however, have lost their last two, and are in 18th place.
Posh have won three of their last five in this head-to-head, including a 1-0 victory last term, and are 8/1 chances to beat the Vale by that scoreline again. They have gained three clean sheets in their previous four against them, so take odds of 27/10 for Peterborough to take the three points without conceding.