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League One Games Sat 30th October

League One Games Sat 30th October

Saturday, 30 October 2010

Bournemouth v Colchester, 15:00
Cherries home form is very impressive and they can win this. Colchester have had a couple of good wins but also a couple of bad losses. Home

Bristol Rovers v Carlisle, 15:00
Rovers have struggled at times and could have to settle for a draw.

Charlton v Sheff Wed, 15:00
Charlton will be buoyed by their win last week and Weds seem to be out of their rut and back on form. Draw

Dag & Red v Hartlepool, 15:00
Dagenham will need to win and I think that they can against 'Pool.

Exeter v Brentford, 15:00
Exeter have a fairly good home record and I predict a home win.

Huddersfield v Walsall, 15:00
Huddersfield should be able to win this.

Leyton Orient v Rochdale, 15:00
Leyton are struggling and could do well to win. Draw

Notts County v Southampton, 15:00
I think Saints will have too much firepower. New manager will only have two days with his team and may need a little time to get them playing his way.

Oldham v Plymouth, 15:00
Oldham will be looking to win this to stay in touch with the leading pack. Plymouth are doing better away but I fancy Oldham. Home.

Peterborough v Brighton, 15:00
Peterborough have good form at home and could stop the leaders in their tracks. Brighton could open up a healthy lead if they win and will fight all the way. Home.

Tranmere v MK Dons, 15:00
Dons will fancy this but I have a hunch it could end up as a draw.

Yeovil v Swindon, 15:00
Almost a local derby and Yeovil could make a game of it. Head says away but hunch it will end all square.

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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday October 28 2010
Time: 11:13PM

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Colchester have some good form away and could do well. MK Dons have lost their last 6 so could make it 7
SFC Forever
29/10/2010 15:45:00
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Huddersfield look to have the easiest task on paper this week.
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29/10/2010 20:58:00
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