Bournemouth vs. QPR (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Both teams occupy a playoff position after the opening six games in the second tier of English football, with an identical record of three wins and three draws apiece.
We say: Bournemouth 2-2 Queens Park Rangers
With two open, attacking sides on display in this one, it should be an entertaining encounter with goals expected. After strong unbeaten starts to the season for both, it is hard to separate them so we are predicting a score draw here.
Blackburn vs. Hull City (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Both sides head into this one after drawing their fixtures at the weekend, with the hosts sitting in mid-table and the visitors struggling above the relegation places on their return to the second tier.
We say: Blackburn Rovers 2-1 Hull City
Although we believe Hull will manage to score their first goal in six matches, we say Blackburn will edge out their visitors by a narrow scoreline here. The home advantage, as well as their extra piece of quality in the attacking third, should see them secure a narrow victory in a hard-fought encounter.
Blackpool vs. Huddersfield (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The hosts earned their first league win of the season at the weekend, whilst their visitors lost just their second league game of the new campaign.
We say: Blackpool 1-1 Huddersfield Town
We expect a tight affair between these sides on Tuesday. The home advantage of Blackpool and the high spirits after their first win at the weekend should see them pick up at least a point against a Huddersfield side that has impressed so far this season. We say a hard-fought 1-1 draw.
Sheff Utd vs. Preston (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
After a slow start to the new season, the Blades thrashed Peterborough United 6-2 at home on Saturday, while the visitors arrive on the back of a goalless draw away at Bristol City.
We say: Sheffield United 2-1 Preston North End
While Preston also find themselves recovering from a difficult start, we see the hosts having the quality to make it two straight Championship victories on Tuesday.
The injection of Gibbs-Wite and Ndiaye breathed new life into the Blades on Saturday, and Jokanovic will hope to see a similarly impressive performance from his side when they welcome the Lancashire outfit.
Reading vs. Peterborough (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Reading and Peterborough United will both look to put poor runs of form to an end on Tuesday, when they clash at the Madejski Stadium.
The hosts broke a three-game losing run with a 3-3 draw against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, while their visitors suffered a 6-2 thrashing at the hands of Sheffield United.
We say: Reading 3-2 Peterborough United
In a clash between two sides who thrive more going forward than defensively, we certainly see this being a high-scoring encounter, and give the slight edge to the hosts.
Even with a long injury list, the Royals are dangerous on the break, especially with Ejaria returning to join the likes of Swift and Puscas, and we see them having enough to narrowly get past the newly-promoted side.
West Brom vs. Derby (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
The Baggies maintained their spot at the summit of the Championship table with a draw against Millwall on Saturday, while their visitors continued to slip down the league after a promising start, as they were defeated by Birmingham City.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 3-0 Derby County
Given the form of the two sides so far this season, we cannot look past a convincing victory for the Baggies on Saturday.
Ismael has an abundance of attacking options at his disposal, and they should have far too much for a struggling Rams back line that has made several errors this season as Rooney looks to implement a new system.