Sheffield Wednesday vs Luton Town for the English Championship league match on Tuesday at Hillsborough Stadium.
Luton dropped to 21st in the Championship after their first three games, with the club struggling to adjust to life in the second tier.
League One champions aim to position themselves and race at this level but will face a difficult time in their away league games.
This week takes them to a Sheffield Wednesday team who are pushing for a home win, while we think defensive issues will continue to challenge visitors as they make this complicated trip.
Sheffield Wednesday was defeated by Millwall on Saturday, suffering their first defeat in the new campaign. That didn’t help Lee Bullen’s chances of securing the coach’s full-time job, but the Owls custodian certainly impressed on his first three Hillsborough games.
Luton has been an open team in the early campaign clashes, which provided a lot of entertainment for their fans.
They had some strong play at this level, including a 3-3 thriller in their debut game with Middlesbrough. The obvious question is their defensive record, but that will always be a problem for teams coming from League One.
Sheffield Wednesday comes here with a solid record in their first two games as they scored five goals.
Owls are looking a lot more attentive to attack with Bullen, while they have the talent to cause problems for most clubs at this level. Their home record last season was strong as they managed to score two goals in three of their home matches, with the last four on the final table.
Luton enters this match, having suffered goals at least twice in each of the league games so far. They also suffered from a League One team, Ipswich, at the Carabao Cup, so there are problems for Luton to deal defensively.
Even last season, they had defensive problems. Now they are increasing with a weakened defence that cannot stop suffering, with the owls looking sharp in front. Given this, we should see a home win with at least 2 goals for the home team.