There's a busy calendar of midweek fixtures in the Premier League, Championship and below so get out football experts' best bets for the upcoming games...
Alex Keble assesses the tactical battles in the midweek Premier League games, predicting that Wolves can trouble Man City while Liverpool and Chelsea will play out a tame draw.
He says: "For all the positional rotation in City performances, it should come as no surprise that what is essentially a 3-2-5 formation is best nullified by its man-for-man inverse, a 5-3-2."
Manchester City are looking for their 21st straight victory on Tuesday night against Wolves and Alan Dudman won't be opposing Pep Guardiola's team.
Alan says: "Wolves are a decent outfit against big six teams and are sure to try and keep this as tight as possible."
Sheffield United look destined for Championship football next season and Kevin Hatchard thinks they'll find it tough to contain Aston Villa on Wednesday.
He says: "Villa are averaging five shots on target per game in the Premier League, while only West Brom have given up more shots on target than Sheffield United."
Chris Wood and Cengiz Under are the men to follow in Wednesday's Premier League clash between Leicester and Burnley, according to Andy Schooler.
He says: "The New Zealander has scored in his last three league appearances against his old club, including the reverse fixture in September."
Dan Fitch thinks Manchester United's defence will handle Crystal Palace with ease, delivering a low scoring victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team.
"United have kept clean sheets in six of their last nine away games across all competitions and with Palace failing to score in three of their last four matches, the visitors could keep it tight again."
Liverpool v Chelsea is on Thursday but get the early view from Stephen Tudor and make sure you come back to read our match preview from Wednesday morning.
Championship leaders Norwich welcome second-placed Brentford to Carrow Road for a mouthwatering match-up on Wednesday night.
Mark O'Haire says: "Recent matches between this well-matched pair have tended to be tight and it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see Wednesday evening's encounter go against the goals grain."
The Tuesday matches continue in League One as Alan Dudman opposes out-of-sorts Charlton and goes against the Joey Barton revival at Bristol Rovers.
Alan says: "Burton's only defeat in the run of five came against Sunderland, and they even beat Hull 1-0."
Simon Weaver's side have strength in depth to continue a fine run says Ian Lamont who also tips Tranmere and Bolton to keep up winning ways.
Ian says: "What should worry Barrow - who are battling Grimsby at the bottom - is that Harrogate have one of the top half a dozen away records, with seven wins and two draws."
Using Expected Goals (xG) data from Infogol, Tom Victor provides result and scoreline predictions for midweek matches in Serie A as the top four race heats up.
He says: "Roma put in one of their most dominant displays of the season in cruising to victory over Fiorentina in November, and while it might not be quite as easy for them at Artemio Franchi, the Giallorossi should still prevail."