As we pass mid-September, the League One table is starting to take shape. Already we’ve seen Wigan pull themselves towards safety after starting on -8 points, while Portsmouth sit unbeaten at the top of the table.
There’s another full round of games coming up on Saturday and we have a four-fold accumulator covering the best of the action, which you can see below.
Reading may have been big winners in the EFL Trophy in midweek, but they have lost all three of their away trips since falling into League One.
Their problems continue to mount, having been hit with their second points deduction of the season, leaving them in a battle against the drop.
The Royals should see their struggles on the road continue this weekend, when they head to a Blackpool side who have ambitions of a return to the Championship.
While the hosts have struggled of late, they remain unbeaten at Bloomfield Road this term.
The Tangerines have beaten both Burton Albion and Wigan Athletic at home this term, conceding only one goal.
They should be able to fend off Reading, so take the hosts for a victory.
Wigan’s preseason points hit has left them behind Bristol Rovers, but only three sides in League One have bettered the Latics’ four wins this term.
They head into this clash having scored 12 times across their opening seven games, while they visit a side who have a terrible recent record at home.
Rovers have failed to win in each of their last six League One games at the Memorial Stadium, while Wigan have won at Derby and Bolton Wanderers already this season.
The Latics won 2-1 at this ground in 2021 in their last season at this level and they should prove too strong for a side with one of the worst home records in the division.
Both teams to score in Charlton v Wycombe @ 8/13
This hasn’t quite panned out as the comeback campaign that Charlton fans had hoped for, but at least the Addicks have been entertaining so far this term.
The hosts have seen both teams score in each of their last six games.
Saturday pits them against a Wycombe side who have a fantastic record, winning four of their last five league games.
The Chairboys are moving towards the top six, but their away record at this level suggests this clash may be tough for them.
The visitors have kept only one clean sheet across their last eight League One trips, a streak which started with a 1-1 draw at Charlton.
With the hosts seeing both teams find the net in 10 of their last 13 home league games, look to both teams to score in this clash.
Cheltenham Town prop up the League One table with a single point from eight matches, so they are worthy outsiders against a Stevenage side that sit in fifth place.
In all competitions, the hosts have lost nine of their last 10 games and they were beaten 3-0 at Peterborough in their last outing.
So far this term they’ve lost to nil at home to Bolton, Northampton and Barnsley, so Stevenage look equipped to take all three points.
The visitors have won three of their four away games this season and they should add to that against League One’s bottom club.