Everton to beat Huddersfield –

Everton should follow up their 4-0 win in midweek with a win over struggling Huddersfield.

The Terriers have lost six of their last seven away games without scoring, and have been beaten 2-0, 3-0, 4-0 and 5-0 in their last four on the road.

Don’t put your house on the Toffees bagging six, but it’s safe to assume that they’ll take the three points.

Derby to beat Burton –

Derby’s 1-0 defeat to Ipswich in midweek was just their second defeat in 12 games.

The Rams have won six of their last nine in the Championship and are nailed on to beat 23rd-placed Burton, who have lost seven of their last 10 games.

Nigel Clough’s side were beaten 2-0 by relegation-threatened Sunderland last time out, and have only won once and scored three goals in eight matches away from home.

Sheffield United to beat Millwall –

Despite drawing at home to Birmingham last weekend, Sheffield United are third in the Championship and should get back to winning ways against  19th-placed Millwall.

Neil Harris’ side are winless in six games and have lost five of their last nine after being beaten 1-0 by Fulham last time out.

The Blades have won five of their last seven away matches, scoring twice or more on four occasions.

Gillingham to beat Carlisle –

Gillingham have won five, drawn four and lost just one of their 10 games under Steve Lovell, and they are yet to lose at home under the former Wales international.

Their unbeaten run should extend to eight games against a Carlisle side that sit 14th in League Two.

Gills fielded a strong side in the cup against Leyton Orient, and should do so again on Saturday.

MK Dons to beat Maidstone –

MK Dons are difficult to beat at Stadium MK, with a 4-1 defeat to Bradford in October their only loss in 10 home games.

Robbie Neilson’s side should have no problem beating National League side Maidstone.

The Stones are having a decent season and are tenth in the table, but they have lost each of their last two games 4-0.