Cardiff vs. Derby (Tuesday, 7.00pm)
The Bluebirds and the Rams both played out 1-1 draws in their last fixtures to continue their positive runs of form.
We say: Cardiff City 2-1 Derby County
Cardiff will be eager to get back to winning ways on Tuesday in order to climb back into the top six, while Derby could do with putting some further distance between themselves and the bottom three.
The Bluebirds have won back-to-back league matches on home soil and we are backing them to make it three in a row in South Wales for the first time since March 2018 with three points here.
Coventry vs. Middlesbrough (Tuesday, 7.00pm)
The sides have both taken one point from their last two games and need to get back to winning ways in midweek if they are to achieve their targets for the season.
We say: Coventry City 1-2 Middlesbrough
Boro cannot afford to let the gap on the top six grow this week and will therefore be targeting all three points at St Andrew's, where Coventry have lost just two of their last 12.
This will by no means be a straightforward test for Warnock's men, but we can see them doing enough to come away from the Midlands with the victory that they crave.
Huddersfield vs. Birmingham (Tuesday, 7.00pm)
While the Terriers and Blues sit seven and five points ahead of Rotherham United, the 22nd-placed side in the division have two matches in hand.
We say: Huddersfield Town 1-1 Birmingham City
A win for either team on Tuesday could potentially change their season, putting them within touching distance of getting out of trouble. However, despite the rewards on offer, both managers will first want to avoid defeat, and that could lead to a low-scoring draw.
Millwall vs. Preston (Tuesday, 7.00pm)
There is a nine-point gap to the playoffs, putting the pressure on both Gary Rowett and Alex Neil to push for a maximum return in East London.
We say: Millwall 2-1 Preston North End
With no immediate threat of relegation for these two clubs, there is no reason why they cannot throw caution to the wind on Tuesday. While Preston are capable of scoring goals away from home, we think that Millwall are better equipped to claim all three points in a hard-fought match.
Nott'm Forest vs. Luton (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Forest drew 1-1 with Derby County last time out and are one point behind Luton, who beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 on Saturday.
We say: Nottingham Forest 1-1 Luton Town
The reverse meeting finished 1-1 in October and there has been very little between the sides all season, highlighted by the one-point gap between them heading into this match.
Forest have a pretty poor home record and Luton struggle for wins on their travels, so we are tipping this contest to finish all square.
Reading vs. Blackburn (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Meanwhile, Blackburn make the trip to the Madejski Stadium on the back of six matches without success, a run of form which has left the North-West outfit having to consider the possibility of a relegation fight.
We say: Reading 2-1 Blackburn Rovers
Mowbray knows that he has to end the club's current run of form as soon as possible, a scenario which should lead to him naming an attack-minded team. However, Reading are a more well-rounded side, leading us to predict a narrow victory for the hosts.