It's more Championship action for Paul Robinson today as his Daily Acca comes in at the 21/1 mark. Here are his selections:
Points to stay in Yorkshire
Bet 1: Back Sheffield Wednesday @ 9/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
The Owls are a shade of odds-on for their fixture against Birmingham this evening, and while they have gone four without a win, I strongly fancy them to end that run here.
The Blues did manage an away point at Huddersfield on Saturday, but prior to that they had lost their four previous away matches - and six of their eight in total this term.
Only QPR have beaten Garry Monk's men at Hillsborough this season, and it's quite telling that when they have faced the lower ranked teams, they have won - Barnsley, Luton, Wigan and Stoke have all come-a-cropper on this ground.
Woodgate to lead Boro to a big three points
Bet 2: Back Middlesbrough & BTTS @ 12/5 - KO 19:45 GMT
It isn't the best time to be a Boro fan at present, as they are currently languishing down in 22nd place in the Championship.
There has been a hint of improvement in recent weeks though, as they have avoided defeat in four of their previous five - albeit, they haven't won a game since a 1-0 win against Reading on September 14th.
They won't get much of a better opportunity than this however, as the visitors to the Riverside today are Barnsley.
The Tykes are bottom of the pile, with just nine points, and they have conceded 36 goals across their 17 fixtures.
Away from home they have drawn two and lost the rest since their promotion from League One, but they did find the net in all three of their latest road defeats.
Rangers and Forest to end all square
Bet 3: Back The Draw in QPR v Nottingham Forest @ 12/5 - KO 19:45 GMT
QPR's bright start to the campaign has nosedived since their last win, as they have played five, drawn two and lost three.
At Loftus Road, Mark Warburton's side have drawn two of their last three, and it's their inability to keep clean sheets that is costing them.
The visitors this evening are Nottingham Forest, and their good form - seven points from their last three games - has lifted them into the Play-off positions.
Nevertheless, Sabri Lamouchi's men have won just one of their last four away from the City Ground - two draws - and I think that the spoils will be shared again in this one.