Fulham vs. Brentford (Friday, 7.45pm)
Just one place separates the sides ahead of this derby showdown, but Fulham boast a four-point advantage on their near neighbours.
We say: Fulham 1-1 Brentford
Brentford looked impressive in brushing aside Sheffield Wednesday last weekend, but they have won just two of their last 10 away games in the Championship, drawing four of those. Fulham have also won just two of their last six matches, so we are predicting this one to finish all square.
West Brom vs. Birmingham (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Meanwhile, Blues make the short trip to The Hawthorns having failed to win any of their last five matches at the second tier, leaving the club in 16th position in the standings.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 3-1 Birmingham City
Although the Baggies have failed to win their last two Championship matches without scoring a goal, we feel that the promotion contenders will return to form against opposition who have lost the momentum they had generated at the start of the year.
Blackburn vs. Bristol City (Saturday, 3pm)
Despite sitting just below the playoffs, both teams have failed to win for at least four matches at the second tier.
We say: Blackburn Rovers 1-1 Bristol City
Both teams will naturally be wary of handing each other an advantage in the race for the playoffs when squaring off at Ewood Park, and we feel that this will inevitably lead to a low-scoring draw being played out in the North-West.
Huddersfield vs. Wigan (Saturday, 3pm)
The two clubs are only separated by one point in the Championship table, with Huddersfield in 18th while Wigan sit 20th prior to this weekend's meeting.
We say: Huddersfield Town 0-1 Wigan Athletic
While both teams will no doubt be desperate for all three points as the relegation battle continues to gather pace, Wigan have been highly impressive away from home recently and we're backing them for a narrow victory as well as a fifth clean sheet in succession.
Hull vs. Charlton (Saturday, 3pm)
The two teams have each suffered three consecutive league defeats heading into the match, and both sides are in desperate need of wins should they have any hope of avoiding the drop to League One.
We say: Hull City 0-1 Charlton Athletic
Both sides will be aware of what good a victory could do to their survival hopes this weekend. However, Hull's dismal home record coupled with Charlton's slight resurgence of form means that we're going for a narrow victory for Lee Bowyer's men.
Luton vs. Preston (Saturday, 3pm)
A resurgent Luton side will hope to further boost their chances of an unlikely escape from the bottom three as they face an out-of-sorts Preston team in danger of slipping out of the Championship playoff places.
We say: Luton Town 1-1 Preston North End
Preston are in woeful form and their struggles on the road are well-documented. They could avoid a fourth successive defeat on Saturday with a draw at Luton, but a solitary point may not be enough to keep them in the top six.
Middlesbrough vs. Swansea (Saturday, 3pm)
Boro find themselves 19th in the Championship table and embroiled in a real fight to stay in the second tier, whilst 11th-placed Swansea still have an outside chance of finishing in the playoffs and need to keep the pressure on the teams ahead of them.
We say: Middlesbrough 1-1 Swansea City
Both sides have recorded 14 draws this season and another stalemate could be on the cards at the Riverside Stadium.
Millwall vs. Derby (Saturday, 3pm)
The eighth- and 12th-placed teams, respectively, will be hoping to take advantage of Preston North End's poor form of late and claim a top-six spot for their own.
We say: Millwall 0-0 Derby County
Derby have won their last two games and two of their last four on the road. Millwall's strength at home, having lost just three games at The Den this term, means the two sides could end up cancelling each other out.
QPR vs. Barnsley (Saturday, 3pm)
QPR are 13th in the Championship table and have an outside chance of making the playoffs, with a home game against Barnsley potentially a good opportunity to pick up three points.
We say: QPR 2-1 Barnsley
QPR are in fine form and have home advantage, whilst bottom-of-the-league Barnsley have lost their last two and have a poor away record. Warburton's side should have too much at Loftus Road.
Reading vs. Stoke (Saturday, 3pm)
Meanwhile, the Potters make the trip to the Madejski Stadium having avoided defeat in their last four outings at the second tier.
We say: Reading 1-1 Stoke City
Stoke have proven hard to beat of late, something Bowen will have to consider when deciding on his tactics for this contest. A draw arguably suits both teams, and we feel that a share of the spoils is the most likely outcome.
Sheffield Wednesday vs. Nottm Forest (Saturday, 3pm)
Sheffield Wednesday play host to Nottingham Forest in Saturday's Championship clash, as both sides will be looking to bounce back from crushing defeats in their most recent fixtures.
Wednesday sit nine points clear of the relegation zone in 15th, while Forest are aiming to cement their position in the playoff places.
We say: Sheffield Wednesday 0-2 Nottingham Forest
While both sides have been struggling for form as of late, Forest will be determined to further their promotion charge and should have too much quality for the Owls, so we're going for a comfortable win for Lamouchi's men.