Two struggling sides meet in League One this weekend as Burton Albion face Fleetwood Town.
Burton Albion currently sit 22nd in League One with one win, two draws and five losses from their first eight games of the season.
After a strong end to last season followed by an impressive summer transfer window in terms of recruitment, Burton were expected to be a solid outfit in League One this season but they've been hugely underwhelming in the opening weeks of the campaign as they find themselves currently in the relegation zone.
They're coming into this game in poor form overall having won one, drawn two and lost two of their last five game in the league, but having claimed an impressive win in their most recent outing they'll be hoping they've now turned a corner in their season.
Burton claimed a hugely unlikely 3-2 win away at an in form Port Vale side, currently 3rd in the league table, thanks to goals from Beryly Lubala, Steve Seddon and Kwadwo Baah.
The win was the first of Burton's campaign and came out of nowhere, but if they can play like that for the remainder of the season they won't have any trouble avoiding relegation.
With a home fixture against one of the worst sides in the league coming up next they have no excuse not to make it two wins from two.
Fleetwood Town currently sit 23rd in League One with one draw and six losses from their first seven games of the season.
It's been miserable start to the season for The Cod Army who look more and more like the league's relegation favourites as the weeks pass by.
They enter this game in terrible form having lost their last five consecutive league matches, the most recent of which was a 0-3 battering by Oxford United.
Fleetwood have the second worst goal difference in the league currently and have scored just two goals in their last five games in the league, so unless they can find an answer to their impotency in front of goal nothing is likely to improve.
They're facing a side here that have otherwise struggled to a similar degree, but given Burton are coming off the back of a big win their momentum could well lead them to three points here.
For our Burton vs. Fleetwood prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.