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League One Prospects This Week

Carlisle v Brighton, 15:00 Carlisle have got of to a bit of a flyer and will be hoping for a continuation of their form at home to another team that has started well. I think they may just edge this by the odd goal.

Dag & Red v Bristol Rovers, 15:00 Daggers have found the jump up a big ask at the moment. Rovers have struggled at times but could escape with a point.

Exeter v Peterborough, 15:00 Boro have started well and will be looking to beat Exeter who are doing ok as well. Boro to win.

Huddersfield v Yeovil, 15:00 The Terriers have started well and I think they will win with a couple of goals to spare.

MK Dons v Rochdale, 15:00 Both of these teams beat us 2-0 in their last game and this could be a hard dour game. Score draw screams out but I go for the Dons by the odd goal.

Notts County v Leyton Orient, 15:00 County have had a steady start while Leyton are struggling. County should be able to win by a couple.

Oldham v Bournemouth, 15:00 Oldham will be well aware of the firepower that they will be facing. Bournemouth to win a high power game.

Plymouth v Sheff Wed, 15:00 Can Plymouth take advantage of Weds slip lately. I am not sure and fancy Weds to win by the odd goal.

Southampton v Colchester, 15:00 Saints have had a dire run but a new manager will hopefully give us the way to win.

Tranmere v Charlton, 15:00 Tranmere are struggling again and could find a tough Charlton side more than they can handle. Charlton to win.

Walsall v Swindon, 15:00 Neither team has set the league alight and I think this will end up as a draw.

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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday September 17 2010
Time: 9:04PM

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I think Exeter could surprise Peterboro and we will win at home to Colchester.
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