Derby vs. Nott'm Forest (Saturday, 12.30pm)
While the Rams sit one point adrift of the playoffs, Forest hold a seven-point advantage over their next opponents in the standings.
We say: Derby County 2-1 Nottingham Forest
All things considered, this is an extremely difficult match to call. However, despite Forest's recent improvement, we cannot back against Derby at this time, who we feel will be able to battle their way to a narrow win.
Blackburn vs. Leeds (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Meanwhile, Blackburn welcome the league leaders on the back of successive defeats, results which have left Rovers five points adrift of the playoffs.
We say: Blackburn Rovers 1-2 Leeds United
Although Leeds have been far from convincing since the resumption, we have to back Bielsa's side to get the better of Blackburn, who have struggled to show the same kind of form and resilience which they displayed before the enforced break.
Brentford vs. Wigan (Saturday, 3.00pm)
While Wigan are another of the form teams in the division, the Latics are back in action for the first time since being placed into administration on Wednesday afternoon.
We say: Brentford 2-1 Wigan Athletic
Given the turmoil of recent days, it remains to be seen how Wigan's players will react. However, with Brentford having already built momentum over recent games, we expect the Bees to claim another three points.
Bristol City vs. Cardiff (Saturday, 3.00pm)
However, Bristol welcome the Bluebirds to Ashton Gate having lost each of their three games since the resumption, leaving the club down in 12th position.
We say: Bristol City 0-1 Cardiff City
Although Bristol have been in dismal form, we feel that this fixture could get the best out of Johnson's side. However, Cardiff have been hugely impressive of late, especially at the back, and we cannot go against the visitors claiming another narrow win.
Fulham vs. Birmingham (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Although they remain clear of the relegation zone, Blues head into the game at Craven Cottage on a nine-match winless run in all competitions.
We say: Fulham 2-0 Birmingham City
With Fulham having gotten back on track in midweek, that should act as the springboard for an improved run going forward. With out-of-form Birmingham ideal opponents at this stage, we expect the Cottagers to enjoy a comfortable afternoon.
Huddersfield vs. Preston (Saturday, 3.00pm)
In contrast, Preston have seen their playoffs hopes dwindle following a 1-0 defeat to Derby County - their fifth loss in six outings.
We say: Huddersfield Town 2-1 Preston North End
Huddersfield's confidence ought to be sky high following their impressive victory at St Andrew's, whereas Preston are showing no signs of a revival as the fight to make the playoffs hots up. That being said, we are backing the Terriers to record their second victory on the bounce and condemn Preston to their third defeat in a row on Saturday afternoon.
Luton vs. Reading (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Reading, meanwhile, are at risk of being dragged into a relegation scrap as they search for their first three points since the English second tier returned to action.
We say: Luton Town 2-1 Reading
This is a difficult one to call. Reading's recent form is nothing to write home about, and Luton have not been known for their goalscoring capabilities despite their unbeaten run. Nevertheless, we are backing the Hatters to scrape a narrow home victory and keep their survival bid well and truly alive.
Stoke vs. Barnsley (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Stoke City 0-1 Barnsley
O'Neill's scathing assessment of his players is sure to have an effect on their performances in these final few weeks, but whether the Potters can kickstart a revival against one of their fellow strugglers remains to be seen. Barnsley have shown plenty of positive energy since they returned to action, and we expect the Tykes to carry that momentum forward against a substandard Stoke side this weekend.