Middlesbrough are on the up under boss Aitor Karanka, taking 13 points from the last available 15 to move to mid-table in the Championship and the Teesside outfit look decent value to continue their excellent run by landing all three points at the expense of Charlton at the Riverside.
The Addicks have also improved of late, becoming a touch more solid but they’ve still managed just one victory in their last eight and subsequently buoyant Boro have to be fancied at odds of 5/6 via bet365.
After a mini-wobble, Burnley have got their promotion bid right back on track with consecutive victories and the Clarets are surely overpriced at 19/20 with William Hill to make it three straight victories by seeing off Sheffield Wednesday at Turf Moor.
Admittedly, the Owls are on a high having gone four Championship matches unbeaten, culminating in a stunning 6-0 success against Leeds last weekend but they don’t travel too well and their form isn’t nearly good enough to suggest they’ll double their away win tally in this one.
Unbeaten in six, Wigan have forced their way back into the play-off picture since Uwe Rosler took charge and having picked up impressive victories at Reading and Derby in their last matches on the road, they should have nothing to fear from a trip to hapless Doncaster.
Rovers have picked up just one point from seven games to slip into the drop zone and the Latics look a banker at 5/6 (Coral) to heap more misery on them.
Treble on Middlesbrough, Burnley and Wigan – 11/2 (bet365)