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Leicester vs Hull

Calendar 2nd September
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It’s 4 wins from 4 for The Foxes so far, as they look to regain their Premier League status at the first time of asking.

Despite numerous high profile departures, the fact remains that this is a squad that by in large, is too good for The Championship.

Ndidi, Dewsbury-Hall, Iheanacho and others all stayed with the club and could easily start for a host of PL clubs. they’ve strengthened too with the likes of Harry Wins and Stephy Mavididi.

They’re top of the league, where they aim to stay.

Don’t get it twisted, I’ve been impressed with Hull. They recruited well in the summer and have flown under a few peoples radars.

7 points from 12 is good going so far, with their only defeat coming to Norwich on opening day.

That game was away from home, and although they won their other away game – Blackburn went down to 10 after 16 mins and even then, it took 2 goals in the last 10 minutes to win it, after falling behind.

Hull could surprise a few this season and lurk around the play-offs, but their season won’t be decided in games like this. There’s no reason for Leicester to not win this game comfortably.

Stockport vs Crawley

Calendar 2nd September
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Looking at the table, this might not seem like a great pick, but there’s a reason Stockport are 1.40 to win this one.

County have one of the largest budgets in League Two. They made the play-off final last season; losing on penalties to Carlisle.

They’ve again recruited well, and went off as one of the favourites for the title, alongside Wrexham and Notts County.

Crawley had a shocking summer. Truly shocking. They sold a tonne of players, and almost all of their experience which culminated with the loss of Ashley Nadesan.

Their owners (Wagmi) are despised by supporters for their ludicrous transfer movements. Bringing in 9 signings, 7 of which have never played in the football league. They even managed to pay money for someone they could’ve got for free a month earlier.

Early on, the concerns didn’t transfer on to the pitch as Crawley won 2 and drew 1 from their opening 3.

Since then though, it’s gone downhill, alarmingly. A 1-0 loss to Gillingham was followed by a 6-0 drubbing from Swindon.

That’s more in line with what I expect from Crawley this season.

6 of their 7 points have come at home so far, and the difference in quality here is huge, this could easily be another battering.

Solihull Moors vs Oxford City

Calendar 2nd September
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Football icon Solihull Moors to win
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Solihull have taken the bull by the horns in the National league. After 6 games, they’re top and are one of just 2 unbeaten sides, winning 4 and drawing 2 so far.

Oxford City by comparison, have won just once. Albeit they’re unbeaten in 3 now, this is a side who’ll need a lot of luck to avoid relegation and have looked to be lacking in quality following their promotion.

Solihull flirted with the play-offs on numerous occasions last season, but a horrendous run at the tail end saw them finish in 15th.

They went out, and added a lot of players. Notably Richard Stearman of Derby, who was playing in the Champiosnhip the season before last.

They also brought in the likes of Gus Mafuta and Jay Benn, who’ve started very well.

Mark Beck has lead the line well, the target man already has 3 goals this season, equalling his tally in the last campaign.

These two should be competing at opposite ends of the table come crunch time, and I can’t see Oxford being the first side to beat Solihull this season. The hosts should be comfy.

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