Carlisle have recovered well from their opening day defeat to Notts County, taking four points from away matches at Bury and Rochdale and the Cumbrians look set to bag their second win of the campaign as they entertain Bournemouth.
The Cherries head to Brunton Park on the back of a 3-1 home reverse against Stevenage and in their only away fixture they were hammered 3-0 at Charlton so there’s plenty to like about Sportingbet’s 7/5 chalked against a home win.
That victory for Stevenage at Dean Court, maintained their unbeaten start to the campaign and newly-promoted Boro tempt at even money with Totesport as they host a Hartlepool team arriving on the back of three consecutive stalemates.
Two teams in the division still have hundred percent records and they can both keep hold of those for one more match at least. Buoyant Sheffield United came back from two goals down to beat Walsall 3-2 on Tuesday and they’re 7/5 courtesy of Skybet to make it four wins from four as they head to Tranmere.
Rovers are in the top six having racked up a couple of victories so far, however, the hosts will be deflated after conceding a late goal to lose in a midweek clash at Notts County that saw two of their key players dismissed and the Blades can capitalise.
Charlton meanwhile, welcome stuttering Scunthorpe to the Valley and after the Iron went down at home to Oldham last time out, it’s hard not to fancy the Addicks here at 4/5 (Totesport).