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Luton to beat Derby
Luton are two points and two places off the play-offs following their 2-1 victory away to Stoke in midweek.
Nathan Jones’ side have won 10 of their last 14 matches in all competitions and have taken 13 points from a possible 15 against teams currently in the bottom four.
Derby have lost four straight away games and have won just two on the road all season.
Cheltenham to Crewe
Crewe are 10 points from safety, have lost seven straight league games and look destined for the drop.
David Artell’s side have the worst travelling record in League One, having lost 13 and won only one of their 17 matches.
Cheltenham have won back-to-back matches at home and are unbeaten in five.
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Charlton
Sheffield Wednesday are a point off the play-offs with two games in hand following their 3-1 victory over Doncaster last weekend.
That was a sixth victory in eight matches for Darren Moore’s side, who have only dropped points against league leaders Rotherham in their last five at Hillsborough.
Charlton are nine points above the relegation zone, 17 below the play-offs and have lost four on the bounce as their season looks to be petering out.
Wigan to beat Sunderland
Sunderland snatched a 1-1 draw at home to Burton in midweek, thanks to a stoppage-time equaliser from Ross Stewart, but have now gone six without a victory.
The Black Cats have taken one point from their last three away games against AFC Wimbledon, Cheltenham and Bolton – they lost the latter 6-0 – and are within a point of falling out of the play-off places.
Second-placed Wigan have won three of their last four league games and dropped four points in a seven-game unbeaten run at the DW Stadium.
Oldham to beat Colchester
Oldham are unbeaten in the five games since John Sheridan’s comeback as manager and climbed out of the relegation zone last weekend with a 2-0 victory over Bradford.
The Latics have won three of their last four, with the only outlier a 3-3 draw against play-off chasers Newport a fortnight ago, and can make it four in five here.
Colchester have lost 10 and won only two of their last 16 games in all competitions. With three points between them and the bottom two, they look to be in trouble.
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