Football Previews: West Ham tipped to win but Charlton and Millwall face tough fixtures
Back to the league after cup action and our London sides have some tricky matches.
West Ham are expected to beat Stoke in the Premier League but Charlton and Millwall have difficult tests against Leicester and Brighton respectively.
West Ham v Stoke City
Kick off: Saturday, 3pm
Odds: West Ham win - evens
West Ham's fruitless hunt for a striker continues after loan target Roger Rojas failed a fitness test.
And disillusioned forward Ricardo Vaz Te, who led the line in the midweek cup win over Cheltenham, is also set for the exit door after handing in a transfer request.
West Ham striker Andy Carroll will still be unavailable for the side in their home match with Stoke City, meaning Modibo Maïga is likely to keep his starting place.
Alou Diarra is set to join Carroll on the sidelines after picking up an injury against Cheltenham.
One of the goalscorers in the 2-1 win, Ravel Morrison is pushing for a start after impressing in his full debut.
Meanwhile, the Hammers have been drawn against Cardiff City in the next round of the League Cup. The match will take place at Upton Park on either September 24 or 25.
Brighton v Millwall
Kick off: Saturday, 3pm
Tickets (available until 2pm Friday)
Odds: Millwall win - 17/4
Millwall travel to Brighton searching for that elusive first win of the season.
A 2-1 defeat at midweek against Nottingham Forest in the League Cup may have disappointed but it provided some much needed game time for the likes of Scott McDonald and Lee Martin, as well as fringe players such as Liam Feeney.
One of those who impressed was former Wolves and Bournemouth left-back Scott Malone, who is pushing for a start against Brighton on Saturday.
Steve Morison is out for four weeks following a hernia operation and goalkeeper David Forde is still sidelined.
After a disappointing start to the season, Brighton have won their last two games.
Charlton v Leicester City
Kick off: 3pm, Saturday
Odds: Charlton win - 11/5
Charlton manager Chris Powell was buoyed by his side's performance in the cup in midweek.
Despite going down 3-2 to Huddersfield there was good cause for optimism.
However, the Addicks will need to plug that leaky defence if they are to get anything from Saturday's match with free-scoring Leicester.
Chris Wood scored a hattrick for the Foxes as they brushed aside Carlisle 5-2 in midweek.
As for Charlton, Marvin Sordell was on target in midweek but Powell is likely to keep former Fox Yann Kermorgant and Simon Church as his first choice forwards.
Johnnie Jackson proved his fitness on Tuesday and may well start on Saturday.
Charlton will be hoping for their first win of the season but Leicester have won three of their four games so far.