Preston vs. Watford (Tuesday, 7.00pm)
The Hornets blew the Robins away on Saturday to remain fourth, while Preston beat Blackburn Rovers 2-1 on Friday night to move up to 11th.
We say: Preston North End 0-2 Watford
Both clubs will be on a high after their latest wins and keen to now put a run of good form together. Watford's new system looks clinical and although their poor away record should not be ignored, we think that the Hornets will emerge victorious again.
Stoke vs. Sheff Weds (Tuesday, 7.00pm)
The visitors are back in the bottom three of the standings, a consequence of their meeting with Swansea City at the weekend being postponed due to a frozen pitch.
We say: Stoke City 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Having made considerable progress since the temporary appointment of Thompson, we fancy Wednesday to earn a result at the bet365 Stadium. However, Stoke are under pressure to improve, and they have the tools to earn a share of the spoils on Tuesday evening.
Wycombe vs. Derby (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Meanwhile, Derby head into this contest on the back of four victories from five matches, the latest coming against Middlesbrough at the weekend.
We say: Wycombe Wanderers 1-2 Derby County
Wycombe will naturally be full of confidence after the scenes at the John Smith's Stadium at the weekend. Nevertheless, we feel that Derby's more measured approach will be the difference here, the visitors well equipped to edge a close match against their relegation rivals.
Bristol City vs. Reading (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The Robins are now 13th in the Championship and seven points behind the playoff positions, with the pressure mounting on manager Dean Holden.
We say: Bristol City 0-1 Reading
The result of this game will hinge on Bristol City's response to their drubbing at Watford; they could go into their shell and be beaten again or could set out to prove their doubters wrong and get back on track with a win. Reading will not be an easy side to overcome, though, and we think that the Royals will be the victors.
Middlesbrough vs. Huddersfield (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Middlesbrough and Huddersfield Town square off on Tuesday evening with both teams looking to end lengthy winless streaks in the Championship.
While Boro have gone five matches without recording maximum points, Huddersfield's last success came on December 29, a run spanning seven games.
We say: Middlesbrough 2-1 Huddersfield Town
While Huddersfield would be content with a point at the Riverside Stadium, Warnock knows that he must push for all three points. With that in mind, we feel that the home side's superior quality in the final third will prove decisive when it matters.
Luton vs. Cardiff (Tuesday, 8.15pm)
We say: Luton Town 1-2 Cardiff City
Cardiff are building momentum under McCarthy, and they will see this as another winnable game. Luton show plenty of encouraging signs but are too inconsistent and struggle in front of goal, and we are backing an away victory at Kenilworth Road.