Cambridge vs. Plymouth (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
An eye-catching upturn in form has seen the Pilgrims climb back up to fifth spot in the League One table, while their hosts sit 14th after a win of their own at the weekend.
We say: Cambridge United 1-2 Plymouth Argyle
While Cambridge will have renewed confidence after their win at the weekend, Plymouth arrive at the peak of their powers, and we fancy them to post a fifth straight league win on Tuesday.
Schumacher's side have plenty of momentum on their side, and, with an abundance of attacking talent, they will expect to return home with all three points.
Charlton vs. MK Dons (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
We say: Charlton Athletic 1-2 MK Dons
Crewe vs. Oxford Utd (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Oxford will enter the contest off the back of a 4-0 victory over Charlton Athletic, while Crewe suffered a 2-0 defeat at Wigan Athletic last time out to remain rooted to the bottom of the division.
We say: Crewe Alexandra 1-3 Oxford United
Doncaster vs. Accrington (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
We say: Doncaster Rovers 1-1 Accrington Stanley
Fleetwood vs. Sheff Weds (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The Owls will enter this match off the back of a 3-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers on Saturday, while Fleetwood suffered a 2-0 loss at Cheltenham Town in their last game on February 12.
We say: Fleetwood Town 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday
Gillingham vs. AFC Wimbledon (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Neil Harris's men suffered a comprehensive 2-0 defeat to Plymouth Argyle in their most recent battle, while the visitors' winless streak continued with a 4-0 drubbing away to Bolton Wanderers.
We say: Gillingham 1-0 AFC Wimbledon
Given Wimbledon's wealth of absentees and severely depleted morale after the heavy loss to Bolton, the stage is set for Gillingham to boost their survival hopes at the expense of their opponents'.
Ipswich vs. Cheltenham (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Ipswich Town will endeavour to claim a fourth win from five League One matches when Cheltenham Town pay a visit to Portman Road on Tuesday night.
Kieran McKenna's side eased past Burton Albion 3-0 at the weekend, while their visitors were involved in a breathtaking 5-5 draw with Wycombe Wanderers.
We say: Ipswich Town 3-1 Cheltenham Town
With two prominent goal-getters in Bonne and May set to lock horns at Portman Road, the stage is set for a terrific watch for the neutrals - especially if the visitors' draw with Wycombe is anything to go by.
Rotherham vs. Morecambe (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The visitors, who are currently embroiled in a relegation battle, will look to end a five-match winless run when they make the midweek trip to the New York Stadium.
We say: Rotherham United 3-1 Morecambe
Shrewsbury vs. Portsmouth (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The visitors, who sit in 18th place, will be aiming to end an eight-game winless run in all competitions as they bid to move away from the danger zone.
We say: Shrewsbury Town 1-2 Portsmouth
Cotterill will be hoping to get one over his former side, but with Pompey looking rejuvenated, we think the visitors will prove to strong for their hosts to claim a fifth away league victory of the season.
Sunderland vs. Burton Albion (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Sunderland will look to end a five-game winless run on Tuesday when they welcome Burton Albion to the Stadium of Light for a League One contest.
The visitors are also struggling for form of late, having won just once in their previous five matches.
We say: Sunderland 2-2 Burton Albion
Burton Albion have never tasted defeat at the Stadium of Light and with Sunderland currently enduring a winless run, we think that the Brewers will be able to hold their hosts to a draw on Tuesday.
Wycombe vs. Wigan (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Fresh off the back of a frenetic and action-packed 5-5 draw with Cheltenham Town, Wycombe Wanderers play host to Wigan Athletic at the Adams Park on Tuesday.
The visitors, meanwhile, were denied a third win on the bounce last time out when they played out a 1-1 draw with Rotherham United and will look to quickly return to winning ways.
We say: Wycombe Wanderers 1-2 Wigan Athletic
Despite their impressive attacking display against Cheltenham Town, Ainsworth will be disappointed by his side's performance at the opposite end of the pitch having failed to protect their lead. While we expect a cagey affair on Tuesday, we expect Wigan to come away with all three points, albeit by a slender margin.
Bolton vs. Lincoln (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Round 35 of the League One comes to an end at the University of Bolton Stadium where Bolton Wanderers play host to Lincoln City on Tuesday.
The Trotters will be looking to complete a league double over the visitors after grinding out a 1-0 victory when the sides squared off in August's reverse fixture.
We say: Bolton Wanderers 3-1 Lincoln City
Since losing their opening three games of the new year, Bolton Wanderers have turned a corner in impressive fashion, claiming seven wins and one draw from nine outings. Next up is an out-of-sorts Lincoln City side who have struggled for consistency this season and are languishing five points above the relegation zone. We are backing Bolton to come away with a comfortable win on Tuesday.