For our Cheltenham vs. Ipswich prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the away side.
Ipswich's automatic promotion charge resumes on Monday as they face Cheltenham Town.
Cheltenham Town currently sit 16th in League One with twelve wins, nine draws and nineteen losses from forty games this season.
This campaign has been a success for a Cheltenham side that started awfully and looked as though they were one of the main relegation favourites, only to improve abruptly and eventually work their way into what is now almost certainly a safe position.
They enter this game amidst a solid run of form having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five matches, but having failed to win any of their last three there's concern over whether or not they'll finish the season on a high note.
Their most recent game was their first loss in seven games as they were comfortably beaten 2-0 by Lincoln City.
Cheltenham's form at home is fairly solid having not lost any of their last five games on home soil, winning two and drawing three.
Cheltenham are seven points above the relegation zone with six games remaining so should see the job out from here. Three points on Monday would be huge but given they're facing the league's most in form side that's highly unlikely.
Ipswich Town currently sit 2nd in League One with twenty-three wins, twelve draws and four losses from thirty-nine games this season.
Ipswich have had a fine campaign in League One this year as they find themselves in pole position for automatic promotion with just six games left to be played, despite looking as though they'd sacrificed their automatic promotion chances a few weeks back.
They enter this game amidst a near perfect run of form having won their last eight games in the bounce without conceding a single goal.
Their most recent game saw them secure a thumping 4-0 win over play-off chasing Wycombe Wanderers.
Ipswich aren't quite as strong away from home as they are on home soil but they still enter this game having won their last three road games on the bounce.
These two sides drew 1-1 when they met in the league back in November but it feels as though Ipswich cannot be stopped right now regardless of who they face.
The Tractor Boys are level on points with Sheffield Wednesday but have a game in hand so they cannot afford to drop any more points for the reminder of the campaign. This should, then, be a fairly routine win for Ipswich.