Preston to make it a super six
Sky Blues to beat the Bluebirds
Celtic to be downed by the Dutch
Preston are flying so far this season, and another victory on Saturday saw them remain one point clear at the top of the Championship.
After drawing their opening fixture at Bristol City, they have gone on to win their next five - and their record at home is 100%.
Birmingham head to Deepdale having gone three without a win in all competitions - two of which were defeats. They were beaten 2-0 at Watford on Saturday, and it will be a big ask for them to take anything from Ryan Lowe's side.
The Sky Blues drew their fourth straight match on Friday night, as they conceded a relatively late equaliser at Hull. Only Leicester have managed to beat them this season, and they actually led at the King Power until the 77th minute.
Cardiff are the hosts this evening, and they beat rivals, Swansea, on Saturday. That was their third win from four in all competitions, but it's worth noting that QPR have beaten them here this term.
Mark Robins' visitors are still a very good Championship side, and despite a couple of high profile player leaving this summer, I think they are capable of winning a the Cardiff City Stadium.
Into the Champions League now, and unfortunately for Brendan Rodgers, I can't see his Celtic team taking anything from Group E fixture at Feyenoord.
The hosts are unbeaten in the Eredivisie this year, and their last three matches saw them win 6-1, 1-5 and 6-1. Even in a league that doesn't have too much strength in depth, that is some achievement.
The Bhoys are top of the SPL, with just two points dropped in five fixtures, and that includes a victory at Ibrox. They managed just two points in their Champions League group last season though, and they will be relying on their home form.