West Brom vs. Leicester (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Coming off the back of consecutive victories, West Bromwich Albion will give their promotion credentials the ultimate test when they welcome Leicester City to The Hawthorns on Saturday lunchtime in the Championship.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Leicester City
West Brom have been enjoying a stellar run of form recently, however you feel that the visit of Leicester could halt the Baggies' momentum dead in its tracks.
The Foxes were disappointing in the draw at Sheffield Wednesday in midweek, although a similar result away at one of the division's in-form sides would be better received by supporters.
Birmingham vs. Rotherham (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Looking to record back-to-back home wins under the stewardship of Wayne Rooney, Birmingham City will host relegation-threatened Rotherham United at St Andrew's on Saturday afternoon in the Championship.
We say: Birmingham City 3-1 Rotherham United
Birmingham have been defensively weak since the arrival of Rooney last month, however you feel that the likes of Dembele and Miyoshi will be able to cause Rotherham enough problems to bail out the hosts' backline.
Rotherham have struggled massively away from home this season and we cannot envisage that changing at an expectant St Andrew's on Saturday afternoon.
Hull City vs. Watford (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Hull City play host to Watford on Saturday afternoon looking for the win that will further strengthen their hold of a Championship playoff spot.
At a time when the Tigers sit in sixth position in the standings, Watford are in 13th, six points adrift of their upcoming hosts.
We say: Hull City 1-1 Watford
With both teams having built some momentum, this has all the makings of an entertaining contest. There are more vulnerabilities in the Watford ranks than within their hosts, yet we feel that the Hornets will do enough to earn a share of the spoils.
Ipswich vs. Coventry (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Ipswich Town 2-0 Coventry City
Ipswich could have scored four or five in the clash with Millwall last time out, showing that the Tractor Boys are back on track after their setback at The Hawthorns.
Coventry were unconvincing in the home victory against a Plymouth side who struggle massively on their travels, meaning we are expecting the Sky Blues to find it very difficult at Portman Road this weekend.
Leeds vs. Middlesbrough (Saturday, 3.00pm)
At a time when the Yorkshire giants occupy third position in the standings, Boro sit three points adrift of the playoffs despite an inconsistent run of form.
We say: Leeds United 2-2 Middlesbrough
Many will argue that these are two of the best teams in the Championship and we are not going to argue. It leads us to predict a thrilling encounter, one which may go back and forth before they settle on a share of the spoils, a result that would suit neither team.
Millwall vs. Sunderland (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Millwall and Sunderland meet at The Den on Saturday afternoon with both teams having lost their last two fixtures in the Championship.
Although these clubs are separated by eight positions in the standings, Millwall sit just six points adrift of the 11th-placed visitors.
We say: Millwall 2-2 Sunderland
With both teams having been poor since the return from the international break, this is a difficult one to call. Sunderland are always a threat in the final third, yet we feel that Millwall will take advantage of their growing uncertainty at the back to claim a point.
Plymouth vs. Stoke (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Both looking to bounce back from controversial away defeats in midweek, Plymouth Argyle and Stoke City will clash at Home Park in the Championship on Saturday afternoon.
The Pilgrims were unable to earn any points from a hard-fought contest with Coventry City, while the Potters helped Queens Park Rangers to a rare success at Loftus Road.
We say: Plymouth Argyle 2-1 Stoke City
Plymouth are continuing to lean on their home form significantly to keep them out of trouble in the Championship, and we are expecting another strong performance from the Pilgrims at Home Park this weekend.
Stoke were hit with questionable refereeing decisions and a load of suspensions to key players at QPR last time out, meaning we cannot envisage the Potters earning coming out on top in Devon.
Sheff Weds vs. Blackburn (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Both aiming to build on positive midweek results, Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn Rovers will square off at Hillsborough on Saturday.
The hosts earned a creditable point at home to leaders Leicester City on Wednesday but remain at the foot of the Championship table, while their visitors only trail the playoff places by two points after back-to-back wins.
We say: Sheffield Wednesday 1-3 Blackburn Rovers
Sheffield Wednesday can certainly take some confidence from their midweek draw with the league leaders and will hope to turn that into a victory when they host Blackburn at Hillsborough at the weekend, but the visitors are in fine fettle, particularly going forward, and we can only envisage Tomasson's side making it three straight Championship wins.
Southampton vs. Cardiff (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Southampton will be looking to further extend their prolonged undefeated streak when they play host to Cardiff City on Saturday afternoon.
At a time when the Saints are sitting in fourth position in the Championship standings, Cardiff have recently dropped down to ninth spot.
We say: Southampton 2-1 Cardiff City
Bulut will have his side motivated to hit back from their controversial defeat to West Brom earlier this week and we expect them to push Southampton all the way. Nevertheless, the Saints look like a team who can still be a factor in the automatic promotion race and we are backing another home victory here.
Swansea vs. Huddersfield (Saturday, 3.00pm)
At the same time, the visitors have collected four valuable points behind them, leaving just a one-point gap between these teams in the standings.
We say: Swansea City 1-1 Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield will fancy their chances of increasing the pressure on Duff when they take to the pitch in South Wales. However, we feel that the Swans will do enough to earn a share of the spoils, even if it will not boost Duff's hopes of retaining his job in the long run.