Don't speculate: 5 tips for Saturday's domestic matches
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Huddersfield to beat Birmingham –
Birmingham have the worst travelling record in the Championship, having won just once in 14 matches.
The Blues are second-bottom of the table, a point away from safety.
Huddersfield have already knocked out Championship side Bolton on the road and, back at home, should sail through.
Millwall to beat Rochdale –
Millwall have won four out of six at the Den in all competitions, including the 4-1 pasting of Barnsley in the FA Cup third round, and are unbeaten in seven.
The Lions have also taken points off play-off chasers Sheffield United and league leaders Wolves at home.
Neil Harris’ side should easily beat Rochdale, who are second-bottom of League One and have lost six out of eight on the road.
Swansea to beat Notts County –
Notts County are second in League Two, but their recent form hasn’t been great.
The Magpies have lost back-to-back games, are without a win in three and will also be without first-choice goalkeeper Ross Fitzsimons, who is suspended.
Swansea are unbeaten in their last four in all competitions and have won four of their last five against lower-league sides, including Wolves in the third round.
Fulham to beat Barnsley –
Fulham demolished Burton 6-0 at Craven Cottage last weekend to stay within a point of the Championship play-offs.
The Cottagers are top of the form table, having dropped just two points in their last six.
Barnsley lost 3-1 at Aston Villa last time out and have beaten only third-bottom Sunderland in their last 14.
Blackburn to beat Northampton –
Blackburn scored a late goal at Fleetwood to win 2-1 last weekend to continue their assault on the League One promotion places.
That was Rovers’ 16th league game without defeat and lifted them up to second for the first time this season.
While Northampton have won their last three, they have lost six of their last seven away games in all competitions.