Fulham were the first Premier League team to switch managers this season and Claudio Ranieri can make a winning start in his new role at home to Southampton.
The Cottagers’ seven-game losing run always seemed destined to cost Slavisa Jokanovic his job and Ranieri’s first aim will be to transform a defence which has conceded 31 times in 12 outings.
Inevitably they sit rock bottom and welcome a Southampton side 17th in the table and themselves without a victory in eight Premier League outings.
Mark Hughes is another manager seemingly treading water and with that famous new manager bounce a strong possibility, expect the Welshman to have a difficult afternoon at his former club.
After conceding twice in stoppage time on their way to losing 4-3 at Norwich, Millwall have had a fortnight to stew on their shortcomings and should bounce back against Bolton.
The Trotters are in big trouble, winning just one of their last 13 to fall into the relegation places and the word is Phil Parkinson has done well to hang onto his job over the international break.
Bolton have failed to score in six of their last seven Championship outings and look unlikely to get anything from the Den.
Finally to Germany and Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund can win an entertaining fixture away at Mainz.
Die Nullfunfer won back-to-back games heading into the international break and their only home defeat of the campaign came against Bayern Munich.
Dortmund beat Bayern 3-2 last time out and having won their last three on the road, should win a thrilling affair, with these two sharing over 2.5 goals in their last four meetings at the Opel Arena.
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