All kick-offs 19:45 unless otherwise stated
Barnsley v Derby County
Barnsley will be without suspended pair Stephen Dawson and Tom Kennedy for the visit of Derby, while Stephen Foster is sidelined through injury. Midfielder Dawson and defender Kennedy start respective three-game bans following straight red cards in Saturday's 6-0 home defeat to Charlton, while another defender, Foster, is ruled out after sustaining a calf injury.
Derby boss Nigel Clough has hinted at changes to his starting line-up - if he has enough fit players available. Jeff Hendrick is nursing a dead leg following the defeat to Blackburn while fellow midfielder Craig Bryson and leading scorer Jamie Ward continue to be assessed on a game-to-game basis as their respective groin and hamstring problems persist.
Blackburn v Huddersfield
Blackburn caretaker manager Gary Bowyer faces a headache at the heart of defence ahead of the crucial Championship clash against Huddersfield. Centre-back Grant Hanley collected a 10th booking of the season as Rovers ended a barren run of 10 league matches by beating Derby 2-0 on Saturday, and must begin a two-game ban.
Jermaine Beckford could be in the Huddersfield starting line-up after scoring twice at Wolves at the weekend. Keith Southern may also play after recovering from an Achilles injury.
Blackpool v Sheffield Wednesday (20:00)
Gary Taylor-Fletcher is in line for further game time when Blackpool host Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship. Taylor-Fletcher appeared as a late substitute as the Seasiders beat Lancashire rivals Burnley 1-0 at Bloomfield Road on Saturday, having been on the sidelines since the start of last month with a hamstring injury.
Danny Pugh will return to contention for Sheffield Wednesday at Blackpool, but fellow loanee Seyi Olofinjana will miss out again. The versatile Pugh, unable to feature in the weekend defeat at parent club Leeds, could return to the side with Olofinjana still nursing a knee problem.
Bristol City v Birmingham City
Rock-bottom Bristol City will hand fitness tests to three first-team regulars ahead of the clash with Birmingham at Ashton Gate where defeat would see the Robins relegated to League One. Centre back Liam Fontaine and midfielder Stephen Pearson (both ankle) and Wales defender Lewin Nyatanga, who broke his nose in Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Bolton, will all be assessed ahead of kick off.
Birmingham boast no fresh injury or suspension concerns ahead of their trip to Bristol City, who will be relegated with a defeat. Chris Burke returned from an ankle injury to take his place in City's 18 for Friday night's trip to Leicester and duly stepped off the bench to convert the injury-time penalty which clinched a 2-2 draw.
Ipswich Town v Crystal Palace
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy is hoping as many as five players will be fit for the visit of Crystal Palace. Loanee Jay Tabb, Michael Chopra, Lee Martin, Aaron Mclean and Patrick Kisnorbo could all be in contention for starting spots.
Ian Holloway could welcome back Owen Garvan as his Crystal Palace side visit Portman Road. The midfielder returned to training following a knee injury last week and could feature against his former club.
Leeds United v Burnley
Leeds manager Brian McDermott could be boosted by the return of skipper Lee Peltier and Tom Lees for the visit of Burnley. Peltier missed the weekend win over Sheffield Wednesday due to a sprained ankle, while fellow defender Lees sat out the final game of a three-match suspension.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche will have Alex Kacaniklic and Joseph Mills back at his disposal. The duo, on loan from Fulham and Reading respectively, missed the 1-0 weekend defeat to Lancashire rivals Blackpool after being laid low by a stomach bug.
Leicester City v Bolton
Leicester will have an unchanged squad for the crucial home clash against fellow play-off contenders Bolton. The Foxes reported no new problems following Friday night's disappointing 2-2 draw with Birmingham at the King Power Stadium, so manager Nigel Pearson once again has everyone fit and available.
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman is expected to have Jay Spearing available for the vital clash. Spearing hobbled out of the action shortly before half-time as Wanderers secured the 2-1 win at Bristol City that moved them into the play-off places, two points and two places above their midweek opponents.
Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forest
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray once again faces an anxious wait as he prepares to pick his team for the Championship clash with Nottingham Forest. Striker Lukas Jutkiewicz picked up a knock in Saturday's 2-0 home defeat by Brighton and is being monitored ahead of a round of fixtures which could see Boro's play-off hopes finally ended.
Nottingham Forest will be without the suspended Darius Henderson when they travel to Middlesbrough. Henderson was sent off late in the first half against leaders Cardiff on Saturday as the Reds went on to lose 3-0 in the Welsh capital, their first defeat in 11 matches since Billy Davies returned for his second spell as manager.
Millwall v Watford
Millwall boss Kenny Jackett is expected to shuffle his pack ahead of his side's meeting with promotion hopefuls Watford. Despite suffering no injuries in Saturday's 2-0 loss to Wigan in their FA Cup semi-final, club physio Bobby Bacic admitted a number of players were fatigued to the maximum.
Watford will be without suspended defender Marco Cassetti as they look to keep their automatic promotion hopes alive at Millwall. But they welcome back Matthew Briggs and Alex Geijo as they bid to finish the season by breaking into the top two places in the Championship.
Peterborough v Brighton
Mark Little will miss Peterborough's home game against Brighton. Little may be ruled out for the remaining four matches of the season after suffering a hamstring strain towards the end of the first half of Posh's 3-2 victory over promotion-chasing Watford at London Road on Saturday.
Brighton boss Gus Poyet has a goalkeeping dilemma ahead of his side's match against the relegation-threatened hosts. Poyet must decide whether to stick with Casper Ankergren or recall regular number one Tomasz Kuszczak after his recovery from an elbow injury.
Wolves v Hull City
Wolves will be without midfielder Jamie O'Hara, who is banned after receiving a straight red card in Saturday's 3-1 home defeat by Huddersfield Town. O'Hara's absence comes on top of being without fellow midfielders David Davis and Dave Edwards for the rest of the season, as well as winger Bakary Sako and striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Hull will be without suspended midfielder Corry Evans at Wolves as manager Steve Bruce contemplates further changes. Evans received his 10th booking of the season in the weekend win at Ipswich and will miss the next two games.