Middlesbrough vs. Watford (Monday, 12.30pm)
The Hornets have won six games in a row to open up a healthy gap on the chasing pack, while Boro have lost back-to-back matches to lose ground on the playoffs.
We say: Middlesbrough 0-1 Watford
Watford have won six games in a row, whereas Middlesbrough's promotion charge has halted with back-to-back losses on their travels.
Boro have won none of their last eight league games against Watford, meanwhile, and have failed to even score in the last four of those, so we are going with an away win here.
Blackburn vs. Bournemouth (Monday, 3.00pm)
We say: Blackburn Rovers 0-2 Bournemouth
Bournemouth have found some momentum in the league with back-to-back wins, albeit either side of a disappointing FA Cup exit, while Blackburn have won just once since January.
The Cherries have not lost a league game on Easter Monday since April 2009, meanwhile, winning four and drawing two, which is a run we can see them extending with victory here.
Coventry vs. Bristol City (Monday, 3.00pm)
We say: Coventry City 0-1 Bristol City
Both Coventry and Bristol City ought to feel confident about ending their goalscoring droughts in this battle, but recent injuries have left Robins and Pearson with more selection headaches to contend with. The hosts' stellar defensive record at home and the visitors' strong recent away run should make for a fascinating battle - one which we eventually expect Bristol City to prevail in - but it will certainly be close.
Luton vs. Barnsley (Monday, 3.00pm)
We say: Luton Town 1-2 Barnsley
On another day, Barnsley could have easily taken all three points against fellow promotion hopefuls Reading, and Ismael will feel confident in his side's ability to right the wrongs of Good Friday's draw here. Luton define inconsistency at home, but they are more than capable of giving the Tykes a good run for their money, although their efforts may end up proving futile as Ismael's side seek to get their playoff charge back on track.
Nott'm Forest vs. QPR (Monday, 3.00pm)
Nottingham Forest and Queens Park Rangers do battle on Monday at the City Ground, with both sides looking to build on victories on Good Friday.
The hosts broke a six-game winless run with a victory over Cardiff City, moving them up to 16th spot in the Championship table, while QPR comfortably defeated Coventry City at home to maintain their top-half position.
We say: Nottingham Forest 0-2 Queens Park Rangers
While the hosts did secure a win last time out to boost their confidence, we see the momentum of QPR carrying them to another victory to extend their strong run of form.
The Reds are a strong defensive outfit, but the attacking threat posed by Dykes, Austin and Chair should be enough to break through.
Reading vs. Derby (Monday, 3.00pm)
Reading play host to Derby County on Monday afternoon potentially requiring all three points to remain in the Championship playoff positions.
Meanwhile, Derby head into this contest sitting eight points clear of the relegation zone courtesy of their 2-0 win over Luton Town.
We say: Reading 2-1 Derby County
Having defeated Luton on Good Friday, Rooney and his squad will feel that they can perform with an extra degree of freedom. However, that may work against them, and we feel that the Royals have enough quality in the final third to edge this contest by the odd goal in three.
Rotherham vs. Wycombe (Monday, 3.00pm)
While the Millers are four points adrift of safety with several games in hand, the visitors are nine points behind 21st-placed Coventry City.
We say: Rotherham United 2-1 Wycombe Wanderers
Against one of their direct rivals, Wycombe have little choice but to push for all three points in Yorkshire. Nevertheless, with the added motivation of remaining well ahead of their opponents, we are backing Rotherham to edge a close contest.
Stoke vs. Millwall (Monday, 3.00pm)
Something has to give at the bet365 Stadium on Monday afternoon as Stoke City and Millwall both look to extend their winning streaks in the Championship.
Both sides have won back-to-back league matches and are locked on the same number of points in mid-table, with the top six not yet out of reach.
We say: Stoke City 0-0 Millwall
Stoke and Millwall have won back-to-back matches and they are level on points in the table, making this one very tough to call.
Both sides have strong defensive records of late, while three of the last four league meetings between Stoke and Millwall have ended goalless, so we are backing a stalemate here.
Swansea vs. Preston (Monday, 3.00pm)
A dip in form has seen the Swans fall well behind the top two in the Championship table, with nine points now separating them from second-placed Watford, while Preston will play their second game without Alex Neil as manager, after the Scotsman departed prior to the international break.
We say: Swansea City 1-1 Preston North End
Preston North End have reason to be positive after their first game under McAvoy, while Swansea are in a concerning run of form which has seen them lose all momentum.
As a result, we see the visitors sealing an impressive result on Monday, with Swansea extending their winless run to four matches.
Sheff Weds vs. Cardiff (Monday, 5.30pm)
Two sides in identical form face off at Hillsborough on Monday evening as relegation-threatened Sheffield Wednesday host top-six chasing Cardiff City.
We say: Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Cardiff City
Sheffield Wednesday won 2-0 at Cardiff on the opening weekend of the season and are seeking a first league double in this fixture since 1983-84.
Cardiff were 2-1 winners the last time the sides met at Hillsborough, meanwhile, and could win consecutive league games there for the first time since 1976.
Ultimately, though, we can see two sides in identical form cancelling each other out in this Easter Monday clash.