Atdhe Nuhiu (Sheffield Wednesday) –
Nuhiu’s brace inspired Sheffield Wednesday’s emphatic 4-1 win over Preston on Friday, and he can continue his good run at Sunderland.
The Kosovan has scored twice in his last two matches, and should be further helped by the return of Wednesday’s chief creator Fernando Forestieri.
Sunderland have conceded at least twice in five successive home games, so chances should not be in short supply.
Charlie Wyke (Bradford) –
Wyke’s return from a three-game suspension was a difficult one away at second-placed Blackburn, but he can return to form in Bradford’s home game with Walsall.
The striker has scored in four of his last six home matches for the Bantams, including in his last outing there against Bury.
The visitors to Valley Parade are without a clean sheet in four, and have conceded at least twice in seven of their last 10.
Danny Hylton (Luton) –
Luton’s home form is proppelling their League Two title bid, and Hylton is a good bet to ensure that continues on Monday.
The 29-year-old has recovered from a two-month goal drought to score in both of the Hatters’ last two matches, including the win over Barnet at Kenilworth Road last weekend.
The division’s fifth-highest scorer can extend that run against Mansfield, who have conceded in six consecutive matches.