Swansea vs. Sheff Weds (Sunday, 12.00pm)
In contrast, Wednesday are currently nine points adrift of the top six and realistically have little to play with six gameweeks of the season remaining.
We say: Swansea City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Wednesday's defensive problems are well-documented - with the Owls having kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 Championship outings. Swansea's recent form has also left a lot to be desired, but we are backing the home side to keep the pressure on the top six with a narrow victory over the Owls.
Middlesbrough vs. QPR (Sunday, 2.00pm)
QPR are not in any real danger of being dragged into a scrap for survival, but they will no doubt be looking over their shoulder following a three-game losing streak since the Championship resumed.
We say: Middlesbrough 1-1 Queens Park Rangers
QPR did not perform all that badly against promotion-chasing Fulham, and they are now taking on Middlesbrough side facing problems of their own in the relegation battle. We are backing QPR to finally get some points on the board this weekend, although we expect it to be one rather than three for Warburton's men at the Riverside.
West Brom vs. Hull City (Sunday, 3.00pm)
Slaven Bilic's men returned to winning ways in midweek and are five points clear of third ahead of this visit of relegation-threatened Hull, who are down in 19th place.
We say: West Brom 2-0 Hull City
Both teams will be looking to build on big midweek victories. Hull have lost their last three away matches against promotion-chasing West Brom and we are expecting that run to continue this weekend.