IT'S a big night for Cardiff and Partick Thistle with both teams needing a point to secure promotion to the top flights in England and Scotland respectively.
I know Milesey's laying Cardiff but I can see them clinching a place in the Premier League for the first time in fine style.
The pressure's off after last weekend's superb 3-0 defeat of Nottingham Forest and Malky Mackay will have them well prepared to please a sell-out crowd. Charlton won 6-0 at Barnsley are at the weekend so can't be underestimated but it's a home win for me.
Partick Thistle are also close to crossing the finishing line and should do so at home to Raith Rovers. The Jags produced a great escape to beat Airdrie with two goals in the last two minutes at the weekend and they're fored up to complete the job.
In the Premier League there's a big game between Arsenal and Everton as the fight for Champions Leage places goes on. I'll be on the side of the Gunners but it's likely to be close.
There is almost a full Championship card and I'll be looking at Bolton away to Leicester and Brighton at Middlesbrough while Brian McDermott could guide Leeds to their second win in four days at home to Burnley.
In League One Swindon should get back on track while Bradford can continue their charge to a play-off spot by taking care of Rotherham.
There are two other games in the Scottish First Division and I expect Falkirk to bounce back from their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by beating Dumbarton at home.
It's Livi v Hamilton for the second time in four days. At the weekend it was 3-0 to Accies and although they say no two games are the same you have to fancy the away.
In my Daily Record column I tipped Stevie May at 11-2 to score first and he went on to hit a hat-trick – his second in two matches. He'll be scaring the living daylights out of Livi and is 9-2 at McBookie.com to hit the opener again.
I'll be on May and all the top tips will be on the site by lunchtime.