Sheff Wed vs Bournemouth – Goals likely to be at a premium for Owls

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Sheffield Wednesday have found goals hard to come by at home this season, but there is an incentive to improve this record against Bournemouth as they could leapfrog their opponents in the League One standings.

After a disappointing run of results that saw them freefall down the standings, the Owls have picked up again of late with three straight victories.

They have kept clean sheets in all of these wins and that is just as well due to their lack of potency in front of goal.

Wednesday have managed just four goals in their six games at Hillsborough to date, but they have let in just two.

Sheffield Wednesday are 10/11 to beat Bournemouth, who despite sitting third in the table at present, are not the league’s best travellers.

They have won just one of their six away games and are 3/1 to beat Sheffield Wednesday.

Dagenham and Redbridge are one of just two teams still waiting for their first away win in League One this season and they have the chance to improve this record when they embark on the long journey north to Rochdale.

The pair were both promoted from League Two last season, with Rochdale winning both fixtures then home and away.

They are 1/1 to beat Dagenham again, with the visitors 11/4 to end their search for an away victory.

Essex rivals Colchester have become draw specialists at home, but they will be optimistic of claiming the three points in their game with Notts County.

They are 11/10 to take maximum points, with Notts County and the draw both available at 12/5 as the teams meet for the first time in seven seasons.

Sheffield Wednesday are 6/1 to win League One this season, with Bournemouth 22/1 and Colchester 33/1. See the full League One winners betting odds market.

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