Former Nottingham Forest midfielder David Prutton reckons Burton Albion will slip to a 2-1 defeat against Leeds United this weekend at Elland Road.
Prutton, who made over 60 appearances in a three-year-spell with the Whites after his time at the City Ground, believes Leeds' unbeaten start to the season will finally take in a home win at Burton's expense.
The Whites have been in good form so far this term, winning three games on the road despite losing last season's top-scorer Chris Wood to Burnley last month.
Burton, meanwhile, head into the clash on a three-match unbeaten run having gone into the international break off the back of a 1-1 home draw with Sheffield Wednesday.
The Brewers' deadline-day influx of players - John Brayford, Jamie Allen and Will Miller all joined the side on the final day of the transfer window - poses a number of questions for Albion boss Nigel Clough to answer ahead of Saturday's clash.
And Prutton, a Forest academy graduate, reckons that Leeds' 'expansive and exciting' football will ask too many questions of the visiting Brewers - who beat United 2-1 at the Pirelli Stadium last time out.
"Leeds are riding the crest of a wave, going into the break after a great win at Nottingham Forest," he told Sky Sports .
"They've been expansive and exciting and on paper this is a home win for me - despite the fact both of their games at home so far have been goalless draws.
"Burton looked in a bit of trouble after three games but have had some good results and Nigel Clough continues to do a great job. I can't see them leaving Elland Road with a result though."