Bournemouth 2.111/10 v Nottm Forest 3.65; The Draw 3.711/4
A few weeks ago Forest were gone, losing games for fun, season over - Bournemouth were the side most likely to challenge for a play-off position. Oh how the picture has changed.
Back-to-back wins over Birmingham and Leeds (admittedly two out of form sides) means Forest are right back in the race for promotion, and the final play-off place looks set to rest between Gary Brazil's men, Reading, Brighton, and Ipswich.
In the same period of time the Cherries' play-off surge has gone the same way Forest's looked like going. Eddie Howe's men have taken just one point from the last nine available to them and their dreams of reaching the Premier League are over for another season. Not mathematically of course, but odds of 200.0199/1 to be promoted tell their own story.
So I never thought I'd be saying this, but with Forest the side needing a win to keep their own Premier League dreams alive (they are 21.020/1 to be promoted by the way) I fancy that they're the most likely winners at Dean Court and a decent price to take all three points.
Those wins over Brum and Leeds were achieved by keeping a clean sheet, and that's highly encouraging when you consider that Bouremouth have been shipping lots of goals lately, including two to Birmingham and four to Sheffield Wednesday.
If Forest can limit the home side to no more than one goal then they'll have a great chance of winning this.
Recommended Bet: Back Nottm Forest to Win @ 3.65 (best bet)
Doncaster 3.412/5 v Reading 2.35/4; The Draw 3.613/5
Ater a terrific run of form away from home Reading suffered back-to-back defeats on their travels but there's perhaps no shame in losing to a Bournemouth side bang in form at the time, and a Wigan side almost certain to be in the play-offs.
The Royals also want to be in the play-offs, and winning at relegation threatened Doncaster is likely to be a must if they are to achieve that target. Nigel Adkins' men had taken 16 points from a possible 18 away from home prior to those latest defeats, and they've held Leicester and beat Middlesbrough at the Madejski in recent weeks. They're a side in decent form.
Donny on the other hand are one of five teams still in danger of becoming the third team to be relegated (Barnsley and Yeovil are all but gone). They go into this game in dreadful form having lost four and drawn one of their last five games and I'm very surprised that Reading aren't a tad shorter in the betting to win this game.
What's more, Doncaster have lost their last three at the Keepmoat Stadium, losing to bottom-half sides Birmingham and Bolton and being outclassed last Saturday by Derby.
So consider a side in poor form, one who are on a losing run in front of their own fans, against a side that are chasing promotion and have been in great form on their travels in 2014, then there should only be one outcome for me.
Recommended Bet: Back Reading to Win @ 2.35/4
QPR 2.01/1 v Millwall 4.03/1; The Draw 3.8514/5
I apologise for not giving Millwall the credit they deserve because looking at their results away from home lately they should be applauded. Winning at Derby, Nottm Forest, Wigan, and Middlesbrough is some achievement but I still can't help but feel that those results are a little misleading.
Wigan made wholesale changes in preparation for an FA Cup semi-final, Forest were way out of form, and Middlesbrough were caught by a few sucker punches but largely controlled the game.
One more away win for Ian Holloway's men will very likely secure their Championship status, and believe me, if they can carry on that terrific run of form at Loftus Road then I will hold my hands up next week and admit I got them completely wrong. But at the odds I simply have to back QPR here.
True, the Hoops are certain to be in the play-offs but they'll want to keep winning for two reasons - one, to make sure they play at home in the second leg of their semi-final, and two, to build up momentum ahead of those end-of-season dramas.
And of course, there's also the small matter of keeping their fans happy by winning a London derby.
Although Harry Redknapp's men have been in and out of form in 2014 they're still a very talented side on their day and I just can't let them go at even money when they have so much incentive to win.
Recommended Bet: Back QPR to Win @ 2.01/1