Brighton & Hove Albion v Southampton
This South Coast derby kicks-off tomorrow evening, when Alan Pardew expects to see his goal-scoring superstars sweep Brighton aside. Current form would appear to favour the Saints but Brighton have been improving of late under Gus Poyet and with local pride at stake, I'll take the Seagulls for a point.
Carlisle United v Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers still have outside hopes of making the play-offs but they could be trodden into the mud at Brunton Park. Lose and they will most likely find themselves with too much to do to catch Huddersfield and Colchester.
Exeter City v Colchester United
Colchester go looking for their sixth away win of the season at Exeter who have only been beaten four times at home. After two stuttering home draws, this could be a costly defeat for Colchester.
Millwall v Brentford
Another of the Good Friday fixtures and Millwall fans will be praying for more goals and three points which would take them clear into second place. Brentford have been playing party-poopers in recent weeks, having drawn 3-3 at Colchester, but this is a huge task against a high-flying and fast-finishing Millwall. We might have to wait until Easter Monday to see Millwall dropping points.
Tranmere Rovers v Norwich City
The last of the Good Friday matches and Norwich can almost put one hand on the League One title. Tranmere are back in the drop zone and will fight hard but City should have too much class and enough confidence to collect the points.
Leeds United v Swindon Town
Another cruncher at Elland Road and their long-suffering fans will be dreading losing further ground in the race for promotion. I suspect they will start this game in third knowing that a defeat would see them slip below Swindon. For that reason alone, I think Leeds will avoid defeat but suspect this will be very close and Leeds may have to share the points.
Leyton Orient v Hartlepool United
Hartlepool hover perilously close to the drop zone and this is a big opportunity against mid-table Orient for Hartlepool to record a rare away win.
MK Dons v Charlton Athletic
On the evidence of their showing at the Valley before Christmas, you would fancy the Addicks for the points here. Much will depend on what side we are able to put out. This could be the final nail in Paul Ince's play-off ambitions, but they have a good home record and will need to be beaten. On the evidence of the point at Huddersfield, I am going to go for a big Charlton win against the odds.
Oldham Athletic v Gillingham
The Gills are not out of the relegation woods yet and face Oldham who are level with them on 40 points and will see this as a golden opportunity to put some distance between themselves and the drop.
Southend United v Yeovil Town
Southend could haul themselves level with the Gills with a win here and I can see them doing just that.
Stockport County v Walsall
It's fixtures like this that bring home just how low we've fallen and how desperate we should be to get out of this division. Stockport will be in League Two next season but we face the prospect of Walsall again unless we can get a grip.
Wycombe Wanderers v Huddersfield Town
Wycombe have only managed four wins at home all season. They are seven points behind safety so this could be their last chance of home win that could spark a revival. Trouble is, they face a Huddersfield side battling to stay in the play-off places and I can't see them winning. A point apiece wouldn't help either club.