Millwall vs. Swansea (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Millwall have won three games in a row to climb up the table, while Swansea are looking over their shoulder after losing four in a row.
We say: Millwall 1-1 Swansea City
Going by form alone, this is a game that in-form Millwall will feel confident of winning against out-of-form Swansea.
It is surely just a matter of time before the Swans click back into gear, however, and they are without defeat in four trips to The Den, so we are backing them to claim a point.
Bournemouth vs. Coventry (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Cherries are currently in seventh, a point behind Reading who they have a game in hand over, while Coventry sit in 20th and are not yet clear of relegation danger.
We say: Bournemouth 2-0 Coventry City
Despite a confidence-boosting win for Coventry on Monday, this will be a much tougher challenge for the Sky Blues, particularly with their poor away record. Bournemouth will eager to carry on building momentum in their playoff push and should get all three points.
Barnsley vs. Middlesbrough (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Tykes returned to winning ways last time out to climb into fifth, while Boro are nine points off the playoffs following a three-game winless streak.
We say: Barnsley 2-1 Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough won October's reverse fixture 2-1 and are seeking a first league double over Barnsley since the 2011-12 campaign.
The hosts are a completely different side six months on, though, even if they have been shaky at Oakwell of late, and we can see them picking up all three points here.
Birmingham vs. Stoke (Saturday, 3.00pm)
While Blues are attempting to avoid relegation, the visitors have been left to play for pride now that they sit 11 points adrift of the playoffs.
We say: Birmingham City 0-0 Stoke City
While Stoke have little to play for on Saturday afternoon, they do not possess the best record in front of goal. With Blues likely being content with a share of the spoils, do not be surprised to see a low-scoring draw.
Bristol City vs. Nott'm Forest (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Nigel Pearson's side were put to the sword by Coventry City last time out, while Forest secured back-to-back wins by beating Queens Park Rangers.
We say: Bristol City 1-2 Nottingham Forest
Bristol City's abysmal home record has to end at some point, but an in-form Forest will leapfrog their opponents in the table with a win and will not want to pass that opportunity up. While we think Pearson's side will do enough to find the back of the net, the visitors' Easter results cannot be overlooked, so we expect Forest to prolong the Robins' misery at Ashton Gate.
Cardiff vs. Blackburn (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Cardiff City 0-0 Blackburn Rovers
Both sides could really do with a victory this weekend to put a bad run of form behind them.
Cardiff are 12 points better off than Blackburn, but six of the last nine encounters between these sides have finished all square, which we can see being the case again here.
Derby vs. Norwich (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Derby County 0-3 Norwich City
After two successive draws, Norwich's thrashing of Huddersfield on Tuesday served as a reminder of their sublime quality, and we expect them to be unstoppable again on Saturday. Derby's injury problems make this game even harder, and Rooney may simply be prepared to write this one off in their fight for survival.
Huddersfield vs. Rotherham (Saturday, 3.00pm)
While the Terriers currently hold an eight-point advantage over their 22nd-placed opponents, Rotherham possess three games in hand ahead of their trip to the John Smith's Stadium.
We say: Huddersfield Town 2-1 Rotherham United
For a number of reasons, nerves will play their part on Saturday afternoon as both teams look to claim a much-needed victory. Although the Millers are strong away from home, we are backing Huddersfield to earn a narrow win, potentially through a fast start to the contest.
Preston vs. Brentford (Saturday, 3.00pm)
At a time when Brentford have recorded four Championship draws in succession, Preston have eased any relegation concerns with four points from games against Norwich City and Swansea City.
We say: Preston North End 1-1 Brentford
With extra breathing space above the bottom three, Preston can afford to play with freedom against another promotion-chasing team. With that in mind, we feel that the home side are well equipped to claim a positive result, holding their out-of-form opponents to a draw.
QPR vs. Sheff Weds (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Sheffield Wednesday will be looking to build on their impressive win over Cardiff City last time out when they travel to Queens Park Rangers on Saturday afternoon.
We say: Queens Park Rangers 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Wednesday will be full of confidence on the back of their big win over Cardiff, which makes it two victories in their last three.
QPR were beaten by Forest last time out, meanwhile, but they have looked strong on home soil since the start of February and we can see them prevailing in this clash.
Wycombe vs. Luton (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Although Luton have already reached the 50-point mark, Nathan Jones will want to end a two-match losing streak as soon as possible as the Hatters bid to end an excellent season on a high.
We say: Wycombe Wanderers 2-1 Luton Town
Despite their respective league positions, we can only back Wycombe to prevail on Saturday afternoon. Ainsworth will throw caution to the wind, and his team are currently playing with the confidence to produce some quality in the final third.