There may be no Championship football this weekend, but Albion fans have the chance to win £250,000 courtesy of Football League sponsors Sky Bet.
Seagulls fans can put their football knowledge to the test by entering the Soccer Saturday Super 6, which focuses on Sky Bet League One this weekend.
The six 3pm kick-offs will be the subject of the free-to-play game, with supporters presented with the chance to win a fantastic prize of quarter-of-a-million pounds by predicting the correct score in all six games.
For those torn over their selections, our form guide is on hand as well as Soccer Saturday Jeff Stelling’s predictions:
Bradford v Brentford
The Bantams will be looking to continue their fine home league form, having beaten Carlisle 4-0 and then Sheffield United 2-0 at the Coral Windows Stadium, when they host Brentford, who have drawn both of their away league games 1-1.
Jeff predicts: Bradford 0 Brentford 1 – After a wobble or two, the Bees will be buzzing again.
Carlisle v Port Vale
Carlisle will attempt to record their first home points of the season against a Port Vale side who have suffered back-to-back 3-1 losses in the league.
Jeff predicts: Carlisle 1 Port Vale 1 – The Cumbrians conceded 17 in four home games so Vale should get something.
Crawley v Gillingham
Crawley look to build on their 2-0 win at Peterborough when a Gillingham side, who are without a goal in 230 minutes of Sky Bet League One football, visit Broadfield Stadium.
Jeff predicts: Crawley 2 Gillingham 0 – Martin Allen’s boys kept waiting for first league win.
Crewe v Peterborough
Crewe are unbeaten at home this season but their visitors have scored 14 goals in their three away games in all competitions.
Jeff predicts: Crewe 1 Peterborough 3 – Crewe don’t do clean sheets, Posh score for fun.
Rotherham v Sheffield United
This South Yorkshire derby sees unbeaten Rotherham play host to a Sheffield United side looking to record their first win on the road this season.
Jeff predicts: Rotherham 2 Sheffield United 1 – Rotherham to earn first league win over United since 1981.
Tranmere v Stevenage
Tranmere will attempt to treat the Prenton Park faithful to a first home league win against Stevenage, who have scored exactly one goal in their last three games in all competitions.
Jeff predicts: Tranmere 1 Stevenage 0 – Stevenage might struggle to get anything at Prenton Park.
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