15:00 Saturday

Sheffield United vs Huddersfield - Sheffield United

A full fixture list returns for the Championship and Sheffield United will be looking to restart where they left off. The Blades are currently sitting second in the table and facing a struggling Huddersfield on Saturday.

Paul Heckingbottom will be wanting his side to start quickly and take advantage of a reasonably easy run for the Blades after the winter break.

Mark Fotheringham will be hoping to change the fortunes of last year’s playoff finalists but until he’s able to bring in some new players in January we think he'll struggle, especially against second in the table.  

15:00 Saturday

Lincoln vs Wycombe – Wycombe

After a disappointing start to this campaign Wycombe have found their groove and only sit three points outside the playoff spots. Gareth Ainsworth’s side have won two of their last three games and both of those wins have been away from home.

Lincoln themselves are only four points outside the playoffs and will be up for the challenge against a physical Wycombe side but the Imps have only won one of their last five games and against an in-form Wycombe side we fancy them to get the win.

15:00 Saturday

Exeter v Sheffield Wednesday – Sheffield Wednesday

Staying in League One we have 11th versus 3rd and Darren Moore will be hoping his Sheffield Wednesday side continue their impressive run. Moore’s side last tasted defeat in the league back in earlier October against current league leaders Plymouth and have since flown up the table and are now in the race for the automatic spots.

Exeter may have only just won promotion to League One at the end of last season but the Grecians have put in an impressive display so far in League One. With that being said, we fancy the quality of Sheffield Wednesday to shine through on Saturday. 

15:00 Saturday

Stevenage vs Mansfield – Stevenage

We now move to League Two where Stevenage take on Mansfield. Stevenage currently sit second and have won 13 games out of the 20 they have played so far this season. Generally, Steve Evans’ men have been pretty reliable at home this year having only lost once to third-place Northampton back in October.

For Mansfield however, they have lost their last three away games in all competitions including a 2-1 loss to Everton Under 21s in the Football League Trophy. Nigel Clough will be hoping to get something from this game but they face one of the best defences in League Two with Stevenge only conceding 16 goals so far this season because of this we fancy a Stevenage win.