Bournemouth vs. Millwall (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The Cherries secured promotion back to the top flight in midweek, while the Lions are in eighth place – three points behind the top six.
We say: Bournemouth 1-1 Millwall
A few sore heads in the Bournemouth dressing room may play into Millwall's hands here as they desperately seek a win, but the Lions have been inconsistent of late and their away record is patchy so we think that they will only manage to take a point from the South coast.
Birmingham vs. Blackburn (Saturday, 12.30pm)
At a time when Mowbray will be taking charge of his final Rovers game, Lee Bowyer may find himself in a similar situation in the Blues dugout with Birmingham down in 20th position and having gone five matches without success.
We say: Birmingham City 2-1 Blackburn Rovers
While both managers will want to end disappointing seasons on a high, they will also want to give each squad a helping hand for the future. With changes aplenty most likely, we feel that Birmingham may show the extra desire to get all three points on the board in front of their own supporters.
Derby vs. Cardiff (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The Rams – who have been deducted 21 points this season – are already relegated, while the Bluebirds sit 18th in the table.
We say: Derby County 1-0 Cardiff City
Derby may be dropping out of the Championship, but Rooney and his players are doing so with plenty of pride and we think the Rams will end on a high with victory on home turf. Only Barnsley are on worse form than Cardiff and the Bluebirds are unlikely to put up much of a fight.
Huddersfield vs. Bristol City (Saturday, 12.30pm)
While the same applies to Bristol City, who will finish in 17th place in the standings, Nigel Pearson will be eager to end the campaign with a third successive win.
We say: Huddersfield Town 1-1 Bristol City
With Huddersfield having one eye on the playoffs, there is an argument that Bristol City will be more determined to get three points on the board in this contest. Nevertheless, the Terriers have been strong at home this season, and we feel that this game will end in a low-scoring draw.
Hull City vs. Nott'm Forest (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Nottingham Forest head into their final Championship fixture of the season still feeling the disappointment of missing out on a chance to fight for automatic promotion.
We say: Hull City 1-1 Nottingham Forest
With there being every chance of Cooper making widespread changes to his squad, Hull will sense an opportunity to record a win which will set them up in a positive mindset for next season. However, with Forest having fringe players who will want to impress, we are backing a competitive draw to play out on Humberside.
Luton vs. Reading (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The Hatters currently sit sixth in the table, two points ahead of seventh-placed Middlesbrough. The Royals will definitely finish 21st after confirming their survival a fortnight ago.
We say: Luton Town 1-0 Reading
It will certainly be a nervous afternoon at Kenilworth Road, but we expect Luton to get the job done and secure an all-important victory. The Hatters have been strong at home all season and Reading have shown in their last two games that there is little motivation in the squad now that they are assured of safety.
Peterborough vs. Blackpool (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors are sitting pretty in 16th place in the table and cannot finish any lower, but a couple of sides are there to be usurped.
We say: Peterborough United 1-1 Blackpool
There is no reason for Peterborough not to go for broke with nothing on the line in this contest, and McCann may look to harness the energy of his youngsters itching to get stuck into the action.
Blackpool will already have one eye on the 2022-23 campaign and have flattered to deceive on the road this term, so we anticipate the two clubs shaking hands on a draw before Posh bid their farewells.
Our analysis of all available data, including recent performances and player stats, suggests the most likely outcome of this match is a Blackpool win with a probability of 45.28%. A win for Peterborough United has a probability of 27.88% and a draw has a probability of 26.8%.
The most likely scoreline is Peterborough United 1-1 Blackpool with a probability of 12.68% and the second most likely scoreline is Peterborough United 0-1 Blackpool with a probability of 12.21%.
Preston vs. Middlesbrough (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Middlesbrough make the trip to Deepdale to face Preston North End knowing that only three points will do if they want to retain a chance of qualifying for the Championship playoffs.
Meanwhile, the home side can still finish as high as 11th position in the standings, and Ryan Lowe will want to end the campaign with back-to-back victories.
We say: Preston North End 1-2 Middlesbrough
Scoring goals and being decisive has not come naturally to Middlesbrough this season, and it will leave Preston fancying their chances of an upset. However, Boro have been much more clinical of late, something which leads us to back a narrow victory for Wilder's side.
Sheff Utd vs. Fulham (Saturday, 12.30pm)
At a time when the Blades want to extend their season, the Cottagers are competing in their final fixture before returning to the Premier League.
We say: Sheffield United 1-1 Fulham
While Fulham will naturally have one eye on their summer holidays and top-flight football next season, they will still want to end the season as champions should do. With that in mind and the pressure on the shoulders of their hosts, we are backing a competitive draw to play out at Bramall Lane.
Stoke vs. Coventry (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Just two points separate the teams, with Coventry in 11th spot and Stoke in 13th place, but both clubs end the campaign feeling like they have missed an opportunity to compete for promotion.
We say: Stoke City 2-1 Coventry City
With both teams having the chance to play with relative freedom in this fixture, an entertaining contest could be in store. Although Coventry will keep things competitive throughout the 90 minutes, we are backing Stoke to post a win which may keep O'Neill in a job.
Swansea vs. QPR (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The 59-year-old is departing the West London club at the end of his contract following a campaign that promised plenty but has dramatically unravelled.
We say: Swansea City 2-1 Queens Park Rangers
QPR have been in freefall for a couple of months now and news of Mark Warburton's impending exit makes victory in this game even more unlikely. Swansea should take advantage of the downbeat mood in the Hoops' camp and end the season on a high.
West Brom vs. Barnsley (Saturday, 12.30pm)
West Bromwich Albion and Barnsley will bring largely miserable campaigns to a close when they meet at The Hawthorns on Saturday.
The Baggies are currently 10th in the Championship table having had hopes of promotion at the start of the season, while the Tykes are already relegated and guaranteed to finish bottom.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 2-0 Barnsley
A disappointing season is likely to end on a high for West Brom, who despite their struggles have remained hard to beat on home turf. Barnsley will want to say farewell to the Championship with a win, but their awful recent form suggests that there is little chance of that happening.