AFC Wimbledon vs. Shrewsbury (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The home side are currently 20th in the table, just one point outside the relegation zone, while Shrewsbury occupy 17th position, three points above their opponents this weekend.
We say: AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Shrewsbury Town
Wimbledon have struggled at home this season, while Shrewsbury have found it difficult to pick up positive results on their travels, so it is tough to call this match. Neither manager would be too pleased with a point, but we are finding it hard to separate them and have therefore settled on a low-scoring draw.
Accrington vs. Morecambe (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Accrington Stanley 2-2 Morecambe
This has all of the makings of an entertaining game of football, and we are predicting goals this weekend. Morecambe were excellent against Wycombe, but Accrington have been impressive at home in recent weeks, and we are backing a high-scoring draw at Wham Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Bolton vs. Sunderland (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The away side, who are second in the table, will enter the match off the back of a 1-0 victory over Portsmouth last weekend, while Bolton recorded a 1-0 win over Shrewsbury Town in their last match.
We say: Bolton Wanderers 1-2 Sunderland
Bolton will be feeling good about themselves after back-to-back wins, but they will now take on one of the best sides in the division in the shape of Sunderland. We are expecting this to be a close contest at the University of Bolton Stadium but fancy the Black Cats to emerge victorious at the end of the 90 minutes.
Cheltenham vs. Wigan (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The visitors are currently top of the table, level on points with second-placed Sunderland, who have played four games more, while Cheltenham occupy 18th position in the third tier of English football.
We say: Cheltenham Town 0-2 Wigan Athletic
Wigan look a class outfit at this level of football, and it is really difficult to ignore their form when picking a result in this match. Cheltenham are capable of making it a difficult contest, but we are fully expecting the visitors to extend their winning run, with Keane continuing his strong form in front of goal.
Crewe vs. Rotherham (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The two teams locked horns earlier this month in the third round of the EFL Trophy, with the Millers coming from behind to win 4-2 away from home.
We say: Crewe Alexandra 1-3 Rotherham United
Rotherham's away form will need to improve if they are to stay in contention for the League One title, while Crewe are desperate to pick up points both home and away as they aim to avoid the drop this season.
The hosts will fancy their chances of scoring this weekend, after finding the net in eight of their last 11 games at Gresty Road, but the Millers should do enough to claim all three points.
Doncaster vs. Plymouth (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Despite picking up just their fifth victory of the season last week, Rovers are still nine points from League One safety, while the visitors hope to reignite their playoff push having collected one point from their last three games.
We say: Doncaster Rovers 2-2 Plymouth Argyle
Though a gulf of 25 points separates the sides before kickoff, Donny's breakthrough win and Plymouth's propensity to concede goals means that the hosts can take at least one point from a closely-contested affair.
Eager to get back on track in League One before their FA Cup glamour tie with Chelsea, the visitors may over-commit and leave spaces for the hosts to exploit.
Fleetwood vs. Cambridge (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Despite losing their EFL Trophy quarter-final on penalties, the visitors will arrive at Highbury Stadium having won each of their five fixtures since starting the year with a draw, while their hosts are still fighting for survival.
We say: Fleetwood Town 2-1 Cambridge United
Fleetwood can close the gap between the clubs to just four points with a victory, and recent results suggest that they are capable of winning a fourth game from six Highbury Stadium outings since the start of December.
Though their dramatic cup exit will not derail their opponents, momentum could be stalled, and an impressive unbeaten run may come to an end on Saturday.
Gillingham vs. Oxford Utd (Saturday, 3.00pm)
After beating Sheffield Wednesday to end a three-game winless run, the U's sit sixth in the League One table, while their hosts languish in the relegation zone having last tasted victory back in October.
We say: Gillingham 0-2 Oxford United
An away win is on the cards in this clash of two teams with very different ambitions for the rest of the campaign, as Oxford are well-placed to take advantage of their hosts' defensive frailties.
The pressure to produce is relentless at this stage of the season, given such a tightly-packed top half of the League One table, but the U's can make the most of their firepower to take a stranglehold of the game.
Lincoln vs. Burton Albion (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Though the Imps won and Albion lost on their respective last league outings, it is the visitors who have the upper hand in the table after a positive start to the year.
We say: Lincoln City 1-1 Burton Albion
Neither side is particularly prolific, so given both teams' recent improvements a close-fought but low-scoring draw could be the result when they convene this weekend.
While Lincoln will be targeting maximum points against a fellow mid-table outfit, their mediocre home form and Burton's resilience will see the spoils shared.
Sheff Weds vs. Ipswich (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The battle for spots in the top six of the League One table will continue on Saturday, as Sheffield Wednesday welcome Ipswich Town to Hillsborough.
A victory over AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday saw the visitors leapfrog the Owls and move into eighth spot, with the sides separated by just a single point.
We say: Sheffield Wednesday 1-2 Ipswich Town
With the two sides fairly evenly matched in terms of squad strength and points tallies, this could go either way, but, given their superior form, we just give the edge to the visitors.
A trip to Hillsborough is no easy task, but the Tractor Boys come in on a high following their upturn in fortunes and McKenna's men will back themselves to earn a third straight victory to climb closer to the playoff spots.
Wycombe vs. MK Dons (Saturday, 3.00pm)
A defeat last time out saw the hosts drop to fourth spot in England's third tier, while their visitors have climbed to fifth thanks to a strong run of form, most recently defeating Burton Albion on Tuesday.
We say: Wycombe Wanderers 1-1 MK Dons
With two strong sides and two differing styles clashing, we would not be surprised by any outcome on Saturday but see a draw as the most likely.
Both possess the tools to hurt one another, but as two of the league's tightest defences, they may cancel each other out at Adams Park.