Fulham to boost their automatic promotion hopes
Bet 1: Back Fulham @ 13/20 - KO 15:00 GMT
Fulham had midweek off, while Huddersfield had to travel to Hull. The Terriers did win the game - their first victory of 2020 - but I can't see them being able to repeat that at Craven Cottage.
Scott Parker's side are fourth in the table, and have won three of their last four at home - including a 2-1 success over Leeds United.
The visitors had taken just one point from a possible nine in their three away games prior to their Hull win, and they lost the reverse fixture back in August.
Another road success for Forest
Bet 2: Back Nottingham Forest @ 9/5 - KO 15:00 GMT
Nottingham Forest have been the away day specialists this season, as they have won as many on the road as they at the City Ground, and no other Championship team has lost fewer away games.
Sabri Lamouchi's side make the trip to St Andrew's sitting third in the league, and on the back of a 1-0 win at Brentford - a team that had six on the bounce at home prior to that.
The Blues are actually unbeaten in five in all competitions - two wins and three draws - but in the league, they have take just two points from their last seven in front of their own fans.
All square at the Riverside
Bet 3: Back The Draw in Middlesbrough v Blackburn @ 11/5 - KO 19:45 GMT
The Boro's upturn in form has tailed off slightly in recent weeks, as while they haven't been losing all of the time, they have now gone five without a win in all competitions - albeit two of those matches were against Spurs in the cup.
In the Championship it still is only two points from their last three outings though, and two of those were at the Riverside - both of which were draws.
Blackburn have won their last two fixtures - away at Sheffield Wednesday and at home to QPR. They have an inconsistent profile away from Ewood Park this term, but given their recent form, I fancy them to hold Jonathan Woodgate's men this afternoon.