Home Team v Away Team
|Home Win||Bet £10 Win||Draw||Bet £10 Win||Away Win||Bet £10 Win|
|15:00||Blackpool v Barnsley||9/4||£ 32.50||9/4||£ 32.50||5/4||£ 22.50||Bet Now|
|15:00||Bradford v Scunthorpe||6/5||£ 22.00||5/2||£ 35.00||21/10||£ 31.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Bristol Rovers v Fleetwood Town||11/8||£ 23.70||23/10||£ 33.00||19/10||£ 29.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Charlton v Gillingham||8/11||£ 17.20||13/5||£ 36.00||15/4||£ 47.50||Bet Now|
|15:00||Doncaster v Oxford Utd||1/1||£ 20.00||23/10||£ 33.00||14/5||£ 38.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Luton v Burton Albion||4/7||£ 15.70||3/1||£ 40.00||19/4||£ 57.50||Bet Now|
|15:00||Peterborough v Walsall||8/11||£ 17.20||13/5||£ 36.00||15/4||£ 47.50||Bet Now|
|15:00||Plymouth v Accrington Stanley||17/10||£ 27.00||12/5||£ 34.00||6/4||£ 25.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Portsmouth v Sunderland||1/1||£ 20.00||12/5||£ 34.00||11/4||£ 37.50||Bet Now|
|15:00||Shrewsbury v Coventry||6/5||£ 22.00||23/10||£ 33.00||23/10||£ 33.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Southend v Rochdale||23/20||£ 21.40||13/5||£ 36.00||21/10||£ 31.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Wycombe v AFC Wimbledon||6/5||£ 22.00||12/5||£ 34.00||11/5||£ 32.00||Bet Now|
The Blues are going for it
AFC Wimbledon will make their way to play Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday the 18th of October at Adams Park Stadium. The hosts have a fair chance for a win so go for it and bet on a home win.
Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has said the club is progressing quicker than he expected. The Chairboys beat Morecambe 3-1 on Saturday to go top of League Two, five months after narrowly avoiding relegation to the Conference.
Adebayo Akinfenwa's quickfire double set AFC Wimbledon on their way to a thrilling 3-2 win over high-flying Bury.
Get ready for an entertaining game at Home Park. Look above to find out who is in favour of the bookies.
Plymouth Argyle also knows as The Pilgrims and The Green Army. Since becoming professional in 1903, the club has won five Football League titles (one Division Two and two Division Three), five Southern League titles and one Western League title.
Accrington Stanley were formed in 1968, with the town regaining a club with league status after 44 years when they were promoted as champions of the Football Conference on 15 April 2006.
The match will take place at London Road. Look above for the details and find out which team is in favour to win this clash.
Peterborough United formed in 1934 and played in the old Midland League, which they won six times; eventually being admitted to the Football League in 1960, replacing Gateshead.
Walsall moved into their Bescot Stadium in 1990, having previously played at nearby Fellows Park for almost a century. The team play in a red and white kit and their club crest features a swift. The club's nickname, "The Saddlers", reflects Walsall's status as a traditional centre for saddle manufacture.
The Hatters will host their upcoming fixture against Burton at Kenilworth Road on the 11th of April, kick-off time is 3pm. Bookmakers are predicting a draw so do we. Make sure you don’t waste your time and place your bet now.
We saw the two playing for the points at the Pirelli Stadium on the 22nd of November 2014, where Burton Albion ended Luton Town's 11-game unbeaten league run with a hard-fought win. Luke Guttridge had the best chance of a quiet first-half but his low driven effort was well saved by Brewers goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin. Phil Edwards headed Burton into the lead shortly after half-time from a corner by Matty Palmer. Hatters defender Luke Wilkinson was sent-off late on for a foul on Palmer as Burton held on for the victory.
Rochdale will make their way to Roots Hall Stadium as they will face the hosts of the match Southend. Look above to find of who is in favour of the bookies and place your bet now.
Southend are playing the 2015–16 season in League One, having earned promotion from League Two via the play-offs. Southend are known as "The Shrimpers", a reference to the area's maritime industry included as one of the quarterings on the club badge.
Rochdale’s colours are black and blue and they play their home games at. Formed in 1907 and nicknamed the Dale, they were accepted into the Football League in 1921.
Real bets placed and tips on how to place smarter bets to help you decide who will be promoted or relegated and where to look on a game by game basis at the stats, its all in our League One betting video.