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Home bankers look on the cards in unpredictable League One

| 28.09.2010

League One remains one of the hardest to predict with just five points separating the top 13 teams after eight games, but the next round of fixtures seems to have thrown up some home bankers.

Peterborough currently sit second in the table and this is largely as a result of their impressive home record, where they have won all four games and scored 14 goals.

They are at home again next and are 8/11 to beat Notts County, despite the visitors only collecting one point from their four games on their travels.

Notts County have also failed to score in their last four meetings with Peterborough and have lost on two of these occasions.

Aaron Mclean has already netted six league goals for Peterborough this season, including in all of their last three wins, and is 9/2 to be the first goalscorer against Notts County.

Brighton are top of the table at present by a single point and will fancy their chances of staying in this position by beating Brentford.

Brentford have failed to score in their last three League One games and have found the target just once in their four away games.

In contrast, Brighton are unbeaten at home and are 8/13 to beat Brentford in the League One betting odds.

Ten League One teams are still to lose at home, but Colchester are the only ones that are unbeaten overall.

They host Essex rivals Dagenham and Redbridge next in what will be the first ever competitive meeting between the two.

Colchester are 4/6 to win and ensure the Daggers remain in the relegation places.

Dagenham have lost three of their four away games in the league, with their solitary point coming in their last game at Charlton where they scored an injury-time equaliser.

Peterborough are 9/2 to finish the season as League One champions. See the full League One winners betting market.



Ed Needham