To Hull and back
Bet 1: Back Hull @ 31/20 - KO 15:00 GMT
It was actually Hull who let us down big time last weekend as they long Championship undefeated run come to an emphatic end at Blackburn. I am willing to give them another chance today though, especially at the current odds.
The visitors to the KCOM are Stoke, and the once favourites for promotion are languishing down in 15th place. They come into this game on the back of three defeats from their last four in all competitions, and they failed to build on their victory over Leeds, as they lost 2-0 at home to Preston last Saturday.
Nigel Adkins' hosts have won their last four in front of their own fans - largely in convincing fashion too. The aggregate score of their victories over Brentford, Swansea, Bolton and Sheffield Wednesday was 14-2, while Stoke have won just two away games all season - losing two of their last three.
Villans guilty of conceding too many goals
Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Reading v Aston Villa @ 4/6 - KO 15:00 GMT
If you sort the Championship table by average goals per match involved in, it is Aston Villa who sit on top. Their games have averaged 3.41 goals each time this term - with 19 of their 29 seeing over 2.5 backers collect.
Reading are only 14th in that list, but their fixtures still boast an average of 2.62 goals per 90 minutes, and over half of them have ended with the ball in the net on three occasions or more.
Dean Smith's men badly need a victory to keep their promotion hopes alive, as they trail the top six by five points, while the Royals need the points to lift themselves out of the relegation zone. Expect a goal-fest.
Wins not common enough for Posh
Bet 3: Back Plymouth and Draw @ 10/11 - KO 15:00 GMT
Peterborough were amongst the early pace-setters in League One, but their form has tailed off and they now find themselves clinging on to a Play-off position.
Victories have been hard to come by of late for Posh as they have won just three of their last 14 in the league, and even at home it's one win in five - which came against third from bottom, Rochdale.
We don't need Plymouth to take all three points at London Road - just one will do - but they have been in the winning habit recently anyway. The Pilgrims have won four of their last five, and while they were beaten 1-0 at Wycombe last time out, the Chairboys had been on a good run.