Burton Albion vs. MK Dons (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Burton themselves hold an outside chance of finishing inside the top six, but will need to improve on performances if they are to do so.
We say: Burton Albion 1-2 MK Dons
Neither side can really afford many more slip-ups if they are to achieve their respective ambitions for the campaign.
However, the form book weighs in on MK Dons' favour, with Manning's men likely to pick up another win over Burton this weekend.
AFC Wimbledon vs. Ipswich (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The hosts extended their winless spell to seven games at the weekend, whilst the visitors came from behind to win for the third time in four games.
We say: AFC Wimbledon 0-2 Ipswich Town
Wimbledon are likely to remain solid and look to frustrate Ipswich on Tuesday, as they have done to most teams at Plough Lane this season.
However, their struggles in front of goal mean they are likely to have to play for a goalless draw, but we believe Ipswich will have too much quality and confidence behind them to see off their hosts relatively comfortably.
Fleetwood vs. Plymouth (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The hosts have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone in recent weeks but remain dangerously close, whilst the visitors are hoping to regain their spot in the top six.
We say: Fleetwood Town 1-1 Plymouth Argyle
We are predicting Fleetwood to frustrate their visitors and pick up a point on Tuesday, with them capitalising on their opponent's recent dip in form.
Should Hardie be fit for Plymouth, they will be confident of picking up the win, but Fleetwood's home advantage means we believe they are capable of getting something out of the game.
Gillingham vs. Shrewsbury (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The hosts lost yet again at the weekend despite an admirable display at the league leaders, whilst the visitors' FA Cup hangover continued after they suffered a loss themselves.
We say: Gillingham 1-1 Shrewsbury Town
If Gillingham can replicate their second-half display at Wigan on Saturday in this game then they will be confident of picking up a result against Shrewsbury.
The visitors have been poor on their travels this season, so despite them coming up against a side on a dreadful run of form and rooted to the bottom of the table, it is difficult to see them winning here, so a draw seems a likely outcome.