Darlo to put Daggers to the sword
The League Two weekend fixtures see John Still's Dagenham & Redbridge side travel up to the north-east to face Darlington.
Darlo are unbeaten in their last five matches (in all competitions). Whilst the Daggers have lost their last two and look like their good start could be coming to an end.
Last year Darlington played well enough for the vast majority of the season to get promoted, but a disastrous run of form at the wrong time saw them slip out of the automatic promotion places.
And as a result had to make do with just a play-off place but were knocked out on penalties by Rochdale.
This season Dave Penney's side started relatively slowly but come the end of the season should be up at the top of the table challenging for promotion once again.
Their credentials were proved by defeating fellow promotion hopefuls Bradford in front of the Sky cameras on Monday night.
Darlington are 10/11 favourites to win on Saturday with the Esssex side at 14/5 and the draw at 13/5.
In other League Two matches Brentford play Shrewsbury in what is probably too tight to call. The Bees are 7/5 for victory with Shrewsbury at 9/5 and the draw 12/5.
Rochdale at 5/6 at home to Aldershot looks too good to turn down as does the 4/6 about Gillingham, who are at home to Chester.
A £10 treble on Darlington, Gillingham and Rochdale pays at just under 5/1.