Eagles and Burnley flying high
Chris Eagles finally left Man Utd permanently in the summer after numerous loan spells away from Old Trafford.
The winger had hoped to break his way in to the starting line-up of the Premier League champions but it wasn't meant to be.
Instead Eagles will look to carry on his impressive start in Burnley colours and if the Lancashire club can carry on their form then Eagles could well be facing his old club in the Premier League next season.
Eagles can be backed at 4/1 to score at the weekend to add to his impressive tally of four goals from just eight starts.
Burnley currently sit in fourth place in the Championship and are full of confidence especially after their shock Carling Cup win against Chelsea.
On Saturday Burnley welcome bottom of the table Doncaster to Turf Moor in what manager Owen Coyle will see as a must win match if his side are going to keep in contact with the top three.
The Clarets have only lost once at home in the league this season, when they fell to defeat against Ipswich in their first home match of the season. You can expect this record to continue as Saturday's visitors have just one away win to their name, at Derby on the opening day of the season.
Sean O'Driscoll's side are widely acknowledged to play some great football but unlike their fellow promoted side, Swansea, Rovers have not been getting the results.
Burnley are priced at 8/13 for the win with the draw at 14/5 and a Doncaster victory is available at 9/2.
This week's advised Championship treble is to add high flyers Reading and Wolves to Burnley.
Reading, without a home defeat, play lowly Southampton and the Royals can be backed at 2/5 to get the three points.
Wolves are also at home and they play Blackpool. Wolves have suffered just the one home defeat and this was by promotion rivals Reading. Wanderers are 8/15 shots for victory.
A £10 treble on these three teams will pay you returns of £34.68.