Cardiff vs. Middlesbrough (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The Bluebirds are hovering right above the relegation zone on the back of seven successive defeats, whereas Boro are up in 10th thanks to back-to-back victories.
We say: Cardiff City 1-1 Middlesbrough
Cardiff are on their worst run of form at home since 1974 and never before have they lost six games on the bounce on their own patch.
Boro have themselves lost successive games on their travels, though, and despite being in better form overall, we can see Warnock's men being held to a draw on Saturday.
Bournemouth vs. Huddersfield (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Cherries are five points clear at the top of the second tier, while the Terriers are inside the top six on goal difference.
We say: Bournemouth 2-0 Huddersfield Town
It would seem naïve to bet against Bournemouth in the form that they are in so we think the Cherries will be victorious again on Saturday. Huddersfield's defence has proved resolute in recent weeks though and the Terriers are on their own unbeaten run, so it will not be a walkover for Parker's side.
Birmingham vs. Swansea (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Swans have won back-to-back games to climb into 15th place, while Birmingham are four points and four places worse off after going seven games without a victory.
We say: Birmingham City 0-0 Swansea City
Birmingham were 1-0 winners when these sides last met in April and are seeking back-to-back wins in this fixture for the first time since January 1992.
The Swans have momentum on their side, whereas Birmingham have not picked up a win or scored a goal since September, but we are backing the hosts to claim a point this weekend.
Blackburn vs. Reading (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Rovers are currently two points adrift of eighth-placed Reading, who have prevailed in four of their last six fixtures.
We say: Blackburn Rovers 2-1 Reading
Each team's inconsistency should result in an entertaining fixture at Ewood Park. We expect a winning goal in the closing stages, most likely from Rovers who are more in need of maximum points.
Blackpool vs. Preston (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The derby has taken place across all of the top four divisions of English football, but this will be the first league meeting between the two sides since 2010.
We say: Blackpool 2-1 Preston North End
Blackpool have settled well in the Championship and probably head into the derby as favourites, but Preston's midweek win will have given them a confidence boost. A fiery game should be in store with local bragging rights on the line and we think the hosts will just sneak victory.
Coventry vs. Derby (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Rams are seven points adrift of safety due to their 12 point deduction for going into administration, while the Sky Blues are flying high in fourth.
We say: Coventry City 1-0 Derby County
Considering Coventry's perfect home record and Derby's patchy away record, this game seems likely to end only one way. That said, the Rams are not easily beaten and will certainly make life difficult for the Sky Blues.
Luton vs. Hull City (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Despite their recent improvement, the Tigers make the long trip South on the back of a 2-1 reverse at home to relegation rivals Peterborough United.
We say: Luton Town 2-0 Hull City
McCann may encourage his Hull players to throw more caution to the wind at Kenilworth Road in a bid to get back on track. However, we can only back the home side to prevail, the Hatters seemingly in good shape to record three points with the added bonus of a clean sheet.
Millwall vs. Stoke (Saturday, 3.00pm)
While the Potters currently sit in seventh position in the standings, their 11th-placed opponents will move level with them with victory at The Den.
We say: Millwall 1-1 Stoke City
If ever a game looks like a low-scoring draw, this has to be it, right? With both teams performing better in defence than in attack, we are predicting a competitive share of the spoils in East London.
Peterborough vs. QPR (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Hoops are fifth in the table following a promising start to the campaign, while Posh are fighting to avoid an immediate return to League One.
We say: Peterborough United 0-2 Queens Park Rangers
QPR's potent attack will fancy their chances against Peterborough's weak defence and we think the visitors will take all three points. A midweek win for Posh will have boosted their confidence, but the Hoops will expect to win a game like this if they are to finish in the top six this season.
West Brom vs. Bristol City (Saturday, 3.00pm)
At a time when the Baggies have dropped into third position in the Championship table, Bristol City are down in 16th place after their dramatic loss at home to Nottingham Forest.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 3-0 Bristol City
While both teams were left frustrated in midweek, we feel that there will be only one winner in this game. West Brom are in need of delivering a statement-like performance, and that could arrive against opponents who are low in belief.