Championship: Predictions for five games on Saturday
There is another round of Championship fixtures on the agenda this week as the second tier plays catch up after the recent international break.
The battle for promotion continues to heat up, and there are now several teams trying to hunt down the top two, Leicester City and Ipswich Town.
League-leaders Leicester face a tricky trip to West Brom, while Leeds United welcome Middlesbrough to Elland Road in two of the best games on Saturday.
West Brom vs Leicester (Saturday, 12.30pm)
This fixture would have favoured Leicester a few weeks ago, but back-to-back defeats to Leeds and Middlesbrough showed teams the Foxes can be beaten.
While they got back to winning ways against Watford, their 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday allowed the chasing pack to gain ground.
West Brom continue to improve under coach Carlos Corberan, and five wins in their previous six suggest the Baggies can get a share of the spoils.
Birmingham vs Rotherham (Saturday, 3pm)
Birmingham may well find themselves in a relegation scrap if they are not careful, but their home form has been solid all season.
The Blues have only lost two of their last 10 in front of their own supporters, and they will lean on them for the clash with the Millers.
Rotherham are winless in six and have been hapless away from home, picking up just one point so far, so Wayne Rooney's men should have too much for them in the end.
Hull vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)
Liam Rosenior's men have gone under the radar this season thanks to some of their rivals' form, but they have won three on the spin at home in the Championship.
Watford continue to show signs of inconsistency this season, and they have only one once on their travels in eight games.
Hull have recently found a way to win and they should do the same against the Hornets.
Ipswich vs Coventry (Saturday, 3pm)
The Tractor Boys have been a joy to watch at home this season, and they have won eight of their nine league games in front of their own supporters.
A total of 44 goals have been scored in games at Portman Road this season, and while Coventry have enough to cause them problems, the safe bet should be in the overs market for this second-tier fixture.
Leeds vs Middlesbrough (Saturday, 3pm)
Daniel Farke continues to get the best out of his side at Elland Road, with the Whites winning their last six home league games.
However, they are getting over the line the hard way, and they have now kept two clean sheets in their last 10 outings.
Their recent 1-1 draw against Rotherham showed Leeds can be vulnerable, and while Leeds should win, Middlesbrough should be able to make them sweat.
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