Fooball Previews: West Ham and Charlton chase long-awaited wins and Millwall look to bounce back
West Ham face a tough away trip to Tottenham this weekend while Millwall travel to Bournemouth looking to bounce back from midweek defeat.
And in south-east London Charlton go in search of their second win of the season when they take on Blackpool.
Tottenham v West Ham
Kick off: Sunday, 4pm
Tickets - sold out
Odds: West Ham win - 8/1
West Ham are in need of a result and anything can happen in London derbies.
But the omens aren't great. Hammers have only won just once in the last 12 games against Spurs and the north-east Londoners are flying high in third with just one defeat so far this season.
Last week's substititutes against Hull, Stewart Downing, Ricard Vaz Te and Mladen Petric are hoping to start. Joe Cole may still be out injured.
Jack Collison is unavailable after joining Bournemouth on loan for a month and he's been joined at the south coast club by goalkeeper Stephen Henderson.
Meanwhile, Ravel Morrison has been named in the England under-21 squad, while James Collins has been snubbed by Wales following a public spat with manager Chris Coleman.
The Hammers are looking for their first win since the opening game of the season.
Charlton v Blackpool
Kick off: Saturday, 3pm
Odds: Charlton win - 13/8
Charlton enjoyed an upturn in form on Tuesday, even earning a post-match ovation in the dressing room from Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies.
Although the Addicks were held to a draw there were many positive signs. That will count for little, however, if they can't get a result against Blackpool on Saturday.
Injury problems continue at The Valley with Chris Solly, Johnnie Jackson and Leon Cort all set to miss out.
It's unlikely Yann Kermorgant will be fit enough to play and Bradley Pritchard is a maybe.
Simon Church is expected to recover from a knock in midweek.
Manager Chris Powell will have to decide whether to keep to his 4-3-1-2 formation against a Blackpool side which will include former Addick Ricardo Fuller.
Charlton hold a good recent record against Blackpool, winning six of their last nine games against the Seasiders.
Bournemouth v Millwall
Kick off: Saturday, 3pm
Odds: Millwall win - 5/2
Millwall will look to bounce back and return to winning ways at stuttering Bournemouth on Saturday.
The 4-0 drubbing at Birmingham marked the end of an uplifting September which culminated with Steve Lomas being nominated for manager of the month.
The boss was furious with the result in Brum saying his side "never got going", so may be looking to make changes where possible.
Shane Lowry is available after suspension and may displace left-back Scott Malone in the starting line-up.
Striker Scott McDonald is likely to miss out with his ongoing knee injury.
Millwall have won nine of their last 12 games against Bournemouth.
This week also saw James Henry head off to Wolves on a three-month loan.