After calling four from six W-L-D results correctly on Saturday, our expert tipsters are back with their Super 6 correct score predictions for Tuesday.
Games kick off at 19:00 BST on Tuesday unless otherwise stated
Thomas Tuchel's side take a 2-0 advantage into the home leg of this League quarter-final; it really is a mountain to climb for Porto.
Chelsea laid siege to Crystal Palace on Saturday, thumping Roy Hodgson's side 4-1 in a game that could've been won by a far greater margin. But this is the Champions League knockout stage.
More rope-a-dope and counter than gung-ho and scramble should be the order of the day for Tuchel's men against an opponent who must score at least twice.
The Blues' pacy attacking players must be licking their lips.
What a stunning first leg this was, with two-goal Kylian Mbappe taking the headlines to secure a 3-2 win that, against almost any other side in world football, would all but put PSG in the Champions League semi-finals; especially given Bayern's injury problems.
But even without a string of first-choice players, the holders will still field a strong XI unwilling to go out without a fight. Another classic, ending in glorious failure could be on the cards, with revenge for PSG after defeat in last season's final.
This is not a game to put in your Tuesday coupon, though.
Welcome to part two of what is objectively a run-in from hell for Rotherham United - a month that encapsulates pandemic football.
Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday looks bad enough doesn't it? Well, there is no let-up for the Millers as they are forced to catch up on a swathe of fixtures postponed because of Covid-19 outbreaks earlier in the season.
Their final 12 matches will be played across 36 days. Their final 10 inside just 28.
QPR thumped Rotherham's South Yorkshire and relegation rivals Sheffield Wednesday 4-1 at the weekend and should nudge the Millers closer to the trapdoor.
Blackpool are Sky Bet League One's in-form side, form that stretches back more than 30 games after a slow start under Neil Critchley.
Unbeaten in 14, winning eight, they let slip a 2-0 lead late on to draw 2-2 with Lincoln on Saturday, but shouldn't make a similar error in this Lancashire derby.
Accrington's story couldn't be more contrasting. Three wins in 13, with a 5-1 defeat by AFC Wimbledon on Saturday coming only a couple of weeks on from a 7-0 pasting at Peterborough.
Doncaster must just want this season to end as soon as possible. Promotion-chasers under Darren Moore, since his departure for South Yorkshire neighbours Sheffield Wednesday the drop-off has been alarming.
Caretaker boss Andy Butler began with two wins, but a couple of draws and six defeats have followed. Saturday's 4-1 home thrashing by Wigan was a fourth loss in a row, and a definite low point.
Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink continues to turn Burton around. Destined for Sky Bet League Two on New Year's day, 18 games later (W11, D2, L5) all is well in brewing country.
They've won their last couple 2-1, with 33% of Hasselbaink's matches since returning to the club seeing that result one way or the other.
Another I wouldn't be rushing to add to my betslip. Inconsistent Oxford won 6-0 at Crewe on Saturday, while Shrewsbury continue to dig out results having edged clear of danger under Steve Cotterill and Aaron Wilbraham.
The Shrews have recorded back-to-back clean sheets, and held both high-flying Charlton and Hull 1-1 recently.
I can't oppose either here, so a draw looks the sensible option.
Odds correct at 13:20 BST (12/04/21)
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