The games come thick and fast. Klopp’s moaning, but League One and Two players have it harder. They’re back in action tonight with an almost full schedule (Fleetwood and Sunderland play on Friday given they both went out of the Cup). Glyn Hodges of AFC Wimbledon is the next manager to run the Gillingham gauntlet. There’s a 53% chance that the Gills down the Dons, and a narrow 1-0 home win is the most likely outcome (14%). The highest scoring match promises to be at London Road as Peterborough host Plymouth.
Will these be the last few matches without fans for some clubs?
In League Two, can improving Bolton overcome improving Scunthorpe on their trip East? Scunthorpe are more likely to win (46%), but a 1-1 draw is most likely (12%) in what will surely be a tight match…?