Brentford vs. Preston (Wednesday, 5.00pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors make the trip to Griffin Park knowing that they can not afford another defeat if they wish to remain as one of the main contenders for a playoff spot.
We say: Brentford 3-1 Preston North End
Despite Preston's resurgence, it would come as a surprise if Brentford did not record another three points. Although it may prove to be more competitive than some of their recent games, the Bees have been relentless since the resumption and there is no reason to think that will not continue on Wednesday.
Bristol City vs. Stoke (Wednesday, 5.00pm)
Meanwhile, Stoke make the trip to Ashton Gate aware that a draw may be enough to move them significantly closer to avoiding relegation to League One.
We say: Bristol City 2-1 Stoke City
With Stoke having returned to winning ways at the weekend, this contest could be closer than many would have initially anticipated. However, the home side have the greater momentum, and we feel that it could prove pivotal on Wednesday.
Birmingham vs. Charlton (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
While Blues are likely to be content with avoiding defeat, victory for 21st-placed Charlton would move them above their hosts on goal difference.
We say: Birmingham City 1-1 Charlton Athletic
This has all the makings of a tense affair. While Charlton have been struggling in the final third, expect Bowyer's side to do enough going forward to claim a share of the spoils against opponents who are low in confidence.
Nott'm Forest vs. Swansea (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
However, should the Welsh outfit prevail at the City Ground, just three points will separate the clubs with two matches remaining.
We say: Nottingham Forest 1-1 Swansea City
From Forest's perspective, they will be relatively content with avoiding defeat on Wednesday evening, leaving Swansea to press for a much-needed win. All things considered, we feel that the circumstances will dictate that a draw is played out in the East Midlands.
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