We're off to the East Midlands for our first selection of this three team multiple - and focusing on action in the Championship, as in-form Nottingham Forest welcome a wounded Blackburn Rovers to the City Ground.
The hosts have been particularly dominant of late, and go into this one having won their last three home outings - a draw prior to that run making in four unbeaten in front of their own fans.
Billy Davies' side have hit a whopping nine goals in their last trio of fixtures on home turf, and will be keen to pick up where they left off, as they thrashed West Ham United 5-0 last time they had their City Ground advantage.
That leaves the Reds sitting fifth in the table ahead of this clash - and with local rivals Derby currently enjoying three points superiority on them, they'll be desperate for a victory in order to pile the pressure upon the Rams.
Visitors Blackburn travel south having been themselves on the wrong end of a 5-0 drubbing on Wednesday night, as they visited a rampant Manchester City side in their FA Cup replay.
Gary Bowyer's side weren't embarrassed in that clash, far from it, but they may well still be feeling the effects of such a challenge, and it will be interesting to see how Rovers respond to that loss.
The Lancashire club sit eighth in the second tier following some up and down form - indeed, just two wins from their last half a dozen suggests that they sometimes lack the cutting edge to turn one point into three.
Just two wins from their last eight on the road will have hit the confidence of the away side, and I reckon that they may be consigned to further misery by this Forest side, who will be looking to take advantage of some tired legs.
Bet 1: Nottingham Forest (HOME) @ 1.9520/21
Shropshire is the venue of our second selection - where Rotherham United travel to Shrewsbury Town in League One.
The Millers currently find themselves occupying fifth place in the division, and an impressive run of away results before Christmas saw them secure five wins from seven away from the New York Stadium.
Boss Steve Evans will be delighted with that return from his charges, and will be keen for them to get back to winning ways following a 2-0 loss at Port Vale in their last encounter away from home just before the new year.
A 4-2 defeat of Crewe Alexandra last Saturday will buoy the visitors, and they'll be looking to add to their 11 goals scored in six outings.
Graham Turner' Shrewsbury side line up for this game on a nightmare run, and five straight defeats at the Bauhaus Meadow will have loyal Salop fans checking the refund policy on the back of their season tickets.
But it has been the manner in which the home side have succumbed to those losses which will most alarm Turner - and no goals notched in their last four in front of their own fans leaves them severely lacking in the final third.
It is now four defeats from their last five home and away for the Shrews, and if Rotherham want to pile the pressure on the rest of the sides in play-off contention, they need to be taking advantage of sides at a low ebb like this.
Bet 2: Rotherham United (AWAY) @ 2.111/10
Dropping to League Two for our final pick now, as Scunthorpe line up at Glanford Park for the visit of AFC Wimbledon.
The home side go into this one sitting pretty atop the fourth tier, and that is largely down to a resurgence under boss Russ Wilcox, which has seen the Iron grab an impressive seven wins from nine outings.
Three consecutive victories on home turf has seen the hosts looking dominant and dangerous in the final third, and eight goals notched in that time, alongside just one conceded, underlines just how lethal that have been of late.
A 2-0 win at lowly Mansfield Town last time out was their four clean sheet from five outings, and Wilcox will be keen for his charges to maintain that momentum as the rest of the division looks to dislodge them from their perch.
Visitors AFC Wimbledon travel to Lincolnshire occupying 15th position in the table - and just a single win from nine outings sees them in the midst of a miserable run.
That slump stretches all the way back to mid November, and suggests that Neal Ardley must engineer a turnaround sharpish - or his side may get sucked into the mire.
Seven without a win from 10 on the road indicates that the Cherry Red Records Stadium club are gripped by a travel sickness away from south west London, and, having scored in just two of their last seven outings, they are looking a little short up top.
Recent outings by the Iron have been so dominant that it will take a special away performance to wrestle the points from Glanford Park - and I don't think that Wimbledon are capable of that at the moment.
Bet 3: Scunthorpe United (HOME) @ 1.758/11
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