Bristol City to beat Bolton –

There is no let up for Bolton.

Phil Parkinson’s side were beaten 3-0 for the second consecutive match at the weekend, and have now lost six on the spin without scoring for the first time in their history.

Bristol City are unbeaten in eight in all competitions and have won back-to-back matches at Ashton Gate, so are a banker in this one.

Blackburn to beat Rotherham –

After a dodgy start to the season, Blackburn are beginning to find their feet in League One.

Their 1-1 draw with league leaders Shrewsbury kept them within four points of the play-off spots and they have won four of their last six.

Rotherham have been impressive at home and hit five again at the weekend, but they have lost four out of five on the road.

Bradford to beat Fleetwood –

Third-placed Bradford are now just three points off the top after winning again at the weekend.

Their 1-0 victory over Northampton was the Bantams’ fourth in five league games, making them the most in-form team in the division.

Fleetwood were beaten 4-2 by out-of-form Southend on Saturday and have now lost back-to-back matches, conceding four in both.

Wigan to beat Plymouth –

Despite defeat at the weekend, Wigan can still be trusted.

Prior to their narrow loss against Peterborough, the Latics had won three on the spin without conceding a goal.

They should be too strong for bottom-of-the-league Plymouth, who have picked up just one point in six.

Cambridge to beat Forest Green –

The Football League has not been kind to Forest Green since their promotion.

Mark Cooper’s side have managed just one league win so far this season and are bottom of League Two with one point from their last six matches.

Play-off chasing Cambridge have won two out of three and shouldn’t have many problems.