We have three League One betting tips for this weekend, including Millwall to beat Bradford
With the Premier League and Championship taking an international break, League One takes centre stage this weekend and we have several matches to ponder on.
We’ve had a look through the coupon and picked out three teams to win their respective games.
PORT VALE to win at Bury @ 5/2 with Coral (SATURDAY)
The Valiants look a generous price to claim three points at Gigg Lane on Saturday. Bruno Ribeiro’s side are fourth in the table and last Saturday’s 3-1 win over Scunthorpe was eye-catching.
Alex Jones got off the mark with a brace in that game and Vale look ready for their first away win of the season against a Bury side who are without a League One victory since the opening game of the season.
A storming comeback at Walsall to draw 3-3 last weekend would have boosted confidence levels although that followed a 1-0 reverse at home to Oldham and we might see the same outcome here.
MILLWALL to beat Bradford @ 6/5 with Coral (SATURDAY)
We’re happy to side with the Lions at odds-against considering they have won both home matches this season, while they come into this clash off the back of a 3-1 win at Chesterfield.
Neil Harris has a team capable of challenging for promotion and Bradford could be set to experience their first defeat of the season, with the Bantams only managing a 1-1 draw at home to Oldham in their previous game.
GILLINGHAM to beat Sheffield United @ 8/5 with Betfred (SUNDAY)
Gillingham came flying out of the traps to win their opening three games of the season before a 1-1 draw with Swindon and then a 5-0 mauling at Scunthorpe.
However, they came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Shrewsbury and their goal threat could be very apparent against a Sheffield United side who are typically struggling with the tag of title favourites.
The Blades have lost at Bolton and Millwall this term and a 3-0 reverse at home to Southend illustrates that Chris Wilder is the latest man seemingly drinking from the poisoned chalice.
All odds were correct at time of posting.