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Millwall to beat Middlesbrough
Millwall come into this in great nick, having won five and drawn one of their last six matches as they hover four points below the play-off places.
Gary Rowett’s side have won four and drawn one of their last five at the New Den, conceding just one goal in that sequence.
Middlesbrough slipped out of the top six in midweek following a 4-1 drubbing away to Sheffield United, which was their third straight away defeat and sixth away game without a win.
Lincoln to beat AFC Wimbledon
Wimbledon were beaten 2-0 by Plymouth in midweek, extending their winless run to 18 matches in all competitions.
That run has left the Dons teetering over the relegation zone, with only a point separating them and fourth-bottom Morecambe.
Lincoln were well beaten by an impressive Ipswich side on Tuesday, but had recorded a 3-1 victory over in-form Sheffield Wednesday prior to that.
Bristol Rovers to beat Harrogate
Harrogate have managed just two victories in their last 11 matches in all competitions, both of which came against an out-of-form Bradford City side.
Simon Weaver’s side come into this on the back of a 2-1 defeat at home to Hartlepool, while they have lost five of their last eight on the road.
Bristol Rovers have won five of their last seven as they make a late charge for the play-off spots.
Hartlepool to beat Leyton Orient
Leyton Orient were a stoppage-time equaliser away from a 2-1 defeat at home to fellow strugglers Stevenage last weekend.
That result extended the O’s winless run to 14 matches in all competitions and they have won just once away from home all season.
Hartlepool took League One leaders Rotherham to penalties at home in the EFL Trophy in midweek and are unbeaten in 11 at Victoria Park – a run that stretches back to November.
Newport to beat Stevenage
Newport solidified their place in the top seven of League Two with a 1-0 victory over in-form Bristol Rovers last weekend.
The Exiles are unbeaten in five, but their only two defeats in 11 came against Forest Green and Northampton – the current top two in the division.
Stevenage are winless in seven and, with three points between them and the relegation zone, could still be caught out.
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