With the final international break of 2018 over, punters can now focus fully on the domestic fare. With no winter break, the Football League calendar is jam-packed over the coming weeks and we're hoping to land another big priced accumulator.
These four selections pay over 12/1 (13.0) at the time of writing with 888Sport.
Millwall have lost their last two games but a return to home turf offers a great chance to get back to winning ways. Neil Harris has led his side to three straight wins at The Den and Bolton have a huge task on their hands to take anything from their trip to south London.
The visitors have now lost four consecutive Championship games, failing to score in any of them. Overall, in their last 13 matches Bolton have lost nine times and picked up just a single victory with that coming in late September. Millwall's strong home form should mean they're able to secure a much-needed win.
Walsall vs Sunderland - Sunderland to win
Sunderland are looking good for an immediate return to the Championship. Sitting second in League One, the Black Cats have won five of their last six games in this competition and visit a a Walsall team who have lost four times in that period.
Having picked up 20 points from nine away games, Sunderland boast the second-best attack in the division plus the best defence. Their away performances have been very solid and at odds-against they're well worthy of support at the Bescot Stadium.
Barnsley v Doncaster - Barnsley to win
There are just 20 miles between these clubs, but Barnsley look well placed to secure the local bragging rights. With 18 points from their eight matches at Oakwell this term, they have the second-best home record in the division and are tied for the best defence having leaked just 14 goals.
Doncaster are a solid team and are in the promotion hunt too, but their defensive issues could see them come unstuck here. Nine goals conceded in five league matches doesn't bode well as they square off against such staunch opposition, so Barnsley look the bet.
Crawley Town v Crewe Alexandra - Crawley to win
This game sees two teams with serious cases of travel sickness meet. Both sides have netted 17 points from nine home games this term but both rank in the bottom four in terms of away records with six and five points respectively.
A 4-0 defeat against league leaders MK Dons last time out shouldn't put punters off the prospect of backing Crawley returning to winning ways despite some disappointing recent results. They've already won five league matches at this venue while Crewe's away record has seen them score just three times thus far.