Doncaster 2.56/4 v Birmingham 3.211/5; The Draw 3.45
You can soon come down to earth in this game. After recommending a few excellent winners at 3.39/4 and 5.24/1 just a few days before, last Saturday's three selections were all but doomed after 15 minutes. But you get used to the highs and lows in this division and you just have to get on with it.
One of those excellent winners I alluded to above was Birmingham, who won 2-3 at Millwall before reverting to type at St Andrews last weekend. Brum's home/away record is now becoming so obvious that it's almost impossible not to profit from it - yet once again they are available to back at a very appealing price on the road.
Put simply, you oppose Lee Clark's men on home soil and you back them away from home. Birmingham have now failed to win any of their last 15 league games at St Andrews, and they've won seven of their last 13 away games, all at odds of 3.02/1 or better.
Brum are rock bottom of the 'home' league table, and they are in the top eight of the 'away' table. So once again I'm a little surprised that they're not a bit shorter to win at lowly Doncaster.
Perhaps the reason for Birmingham's appealing price is the fact that Rovers are on an excellent run of form at home themselves, winning five and drawing two of their last seven league games at the Keepmoat Stadium.
But ability-wise I don't think there's anything to separate these two sides and I'm more than happy to keep supporting Birmingham on the road.
Recommended Bet: Back Birmingham to Win @ 3.211/5 (best bet)
Bournemouth 2.447/5 v QPR 3.211/5; The Draw 3.412/5
Bournemouth are making a late charge towards the play-offs and won't be fearful of a relatively out of form QPR coming to Dean Court on Saturday.
Eddie Howes' men have won six of their last eight league games, taking 19 points from a possible 24 in the process. They now sit just five points behind the top six and know that only a win against Harry Redknapp's men will keep them in the hunt for promotion.
The Cherries have been particularly strong on home soil of late, scoring five against Doncaster and four against Leeds in two of their last three games in front of their own fans.
QPR have won just four of their last 12 league games, losing five of those matches, and this is not the time to start losing momentum despite them looking very safe for a play-off spot. It looked as though they were starting to turn the corner again but failure to beat woeful Blackpool on home soil last Saturday was a huge disappointment.
Given the current form of the two clubs, Bournemouth have to be the call.
Recommended Bet: Back Bournemouth to Win @ 2.447/5
Watford 2.427/5 v Burnley 3.259/4; The Draw 3.45
The rest of Saturday's Championship fixtures look really difficult to call from a Match Odds perspective so I'm going to go for a game that I can see containing goals.
Watford were one of the teams that spoilt my weekend seven days ago when they thrashed Sheffield Wednesday away from home despite not winning on the road for over five months, but at Vicarage Road the Hornets have been in superb form of late.
Giuseppe Sannino's men have won five and drawn one of their last six home games, and in the last three of those matches they scored an impressive 10 goals in total.
Burnley lost their unbeaten home record last week, and may again be without their two main strikers Sam Vokes and Danny Ings, and that's perhaps why were are getting a decent price about Over 2.5 Goals landing here.
But the Clarets are more than capapble of scoring goals on the road - eight in their last three away games - and I can see this being a very entertaining affair with plenty of goalmouth action. Burnley will be keen to get back to winning ways as quickly as possible and that sets this game up to be an open encounter.
Recommended Bet: Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.111/10