I’ll start off in the Championship, at Which I have Brentford to beat Hull at Griffin Park.
The Bees inexplicably dropped their season opener against Birmingham at home–in which the people had an xG of 0.01–however a followup success at the Riverside from Middlesbrough obtained Thomas Frank’s men back on the right track.
The Tigers beat Reading at home out time, but with no goalkeeper having to make more saves in the league compared to George Long, I expect them to be in for a difficult afternoon.
Hull have lost eight of their last 10 away games — a streak that’s set to continue.
Lincoln have had a cracking start to the season, winning their first two league matches and their Carabao Cup tie in Huddersfield, and I am confident they beat a fairly poor Southend outfit.
The people have already tasted defeat against Coventry and Blackpool this year, and it is evident that the Imps are definitely the outstanding outfit.
A cozy home win is imminent.
Coventry were also well-backed to have a good season this year, and four points from their opening two–even though drawing 0-0 with Bolton’s kids–is a rather solid start. Even though they’re enjoying their home games at St. Andrew’s at Birmingham, Mark Robins is a fantastic director using a breaking squad, and I don’t expect this to stage the Sky Blues.
The Gas are winless this year, and haven’t taken three things in their last six away games; they struggled last year, also Graham Coughlan has his job cut out getting anything out of this match.
Bradford were one of those big favourites to win League Two this season, but a couple of quite disappointing draws against Cambridge and Grimsby will not be seen as an perfect start by Gary Bowyer.
On the other hand, the year is still young, and that I do believe they will conquer an Oldham aspect who really do seem quite bad, with lost their opening against Forest Green and Crewe.
The cream should rise to the very best.