Fulham to beat Reading –
Fulham’s charge towards promotion continued last weekend as they extended their club-record unbeaten run to 19 league games.
The Cottagers beat Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 on Saturday and have now dropped just two points in their last eight matches.
Reading beat Preston at home last time out, but have managed only one victory in their last 11 on the road.
Brentford to beat Nottingham Forest –
Brentford secured back-to-back victories over the weekend by beating Ipswich 1-0 at Griffin Park.
Dean Smith’s side have now gone four league games without defeat and look good for another three points against a team with little to play for.
Nottingham Forest have won just one of their last eight at the City Ground, against relegation-threatened Birmingham.
Millwall to beat Bolton –
Millwall moved to within one point of the play-offs with a 2-0 victory over Bristol City on Saturday.
The Lions’ unbeaten run now stands at 15 league games, during which time they’ve won six out of seven on the road.
Bolton were beaten 3-0 at Derby at the weekend and have now lost three consecutive matches.
Blackburn to beat Gillingham –
League One leaders Blackburn recorded their eighth league victory of a 10-match unbeaten run at the weekend, beating Southend 1-0 at Ewood Park.
Rovers have lost just one of their last 29 games in League One and should take another step towards promotion on Tuesday.
Gillingham have picked up just one point in their last four matches and have the third-worst home record in the division.
Wigan to beat Rochdale –
Wigan bounced back from a 2-1 defeat at Portsmouth by thumping MK Dons 5-1 at the DW Stadium on Saturday.
That was their fifth victory in six league games and maintained their 100 per cent record in seven games against teams that are currently in the relegation zone.
Fourth-bottom Rochdale have lost four of their five matches against the top three and, despite a four-match unbeaten run, will struggle here.
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