Riding high in fifth spot, promoted Bradford have enjoyed an excellent start to life in League One and they can maintain their momentum this weekend as they welcome Colchester to Valley Parade.
The U’s are in mid-table having two wins, two defeats and two draws in their opening six matches but the losses came in their last couple and form looks to have deserted Joe Dunne’s men, who were also hammered by League Two Dagenham in the Johnstone’s Paints Trophy recently.
Combine that slump with the fact that the hosts have won all three games in front of their own supporters and it’s easy to side with a Bradford triumph at odds of 8/11 (bet365).
Rotherham came up with the Bantams and have also flown out of the blocks. The Millers are in confident mood having come from behind to claim the spoils in last weekend’s South Yorkshire derby against Sheffield United and with their unbeaten record still intact, Steve Evans’s side are great value at 6/5 with William Hill to see off Oldham at the New York Stadium.
Wolves meanwhile, have taken an impressive 13 points from an available 15 having dropped down from the Championship and there’s no reason that BetVictor’s 19/20 favourites can’t pick up another maximum haul at the expense of visiting Swindon, who have taken just one point from three away assignments.
Treble on Bradford, Rotherham and Wolves – 32/5 (William Hill)