Betting: Walsall are favourites in Doncaster Rovers clash

Rovers' boss Paul Dickov
Rovers' boss Paul Dickov

BetVictor makes Walsall 13/10 favourites, Rovers 23/10 and the draw 12/5 ahead of their clash at the Banks’s Stadium.

However, the home side have just one win from their opening nine league games of the season and appear vulnerable.

Walsall have played out stalemates with Gillingham and Colchester already this month and the 0-0 correct score looks good value at 11/1 with Rovers 11/4 to keep a fifth clean sheet of the season and 9/2 to win the game to nil with BetVictor.

In the Premier League, Frank Lampard, released by the Chelsea after 13 excellent years, came back to bite his old side in the bottom nicking City a deserved 1-1 draw at the Etihad on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho’s side had led thanks to Andrea Schurrle scoring on the hour and despite Chelsea losing their 100 per cent start to the new PL season they remain 4/6 favourites for the title with BetVictor.

Manchester City remain unchanged at 11/4 to successfully defend their PL crown with the pair already seemingly fighting out a two-horse race; Arsenal 9/1, Manchester United 14/1, Liverpool 25/1 and 150/1 Bar.

Both City and Chelsea should return to winning ways this weekend; Chelsea 1/5 favourites when hosting Aston Villa and the Citizens 3/5 favourites when travelling to Hull City at the weekend.

Despite losing 5-3 at Leicester at the weekend, Manchester United should return to winning ways at the weekend and 1/3 to do so when hosting West Ham at Old Trafford.

BetVictor have the enhanced the treble of City, United and Chelsea all to be successful this weekend to 5/1 (from 6/4) for all new customers; fill your boots.

The stand-out fixture of the weekend sees Everton and Liverpool meeting in the Merseyside Derby at Anfield. Both sides enter having shipped three goals at the weekend, Everton losing 3-2 at home to Crystal Palace and Liverpool going down 3-1 at West Ham.

With home advantage, Brendan Rodgers’s side are the 5/6 favourites with BetVictor, Everton 10/3 and the draw 14/5 Liverpool have shown their over-reliance on Daniel Sturridge, looking exceptionally vulnerable without the England striker and if he has recovered from a calf-injury he can fire the Reds back to winning ways.

Sturridge is 17/4 to score the opener, even money to score anytime and 7/1 to be named the man of the match with BetVictor.

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