Millwall v Wigan, 7.45pm

The home side are 23rd, the visitors 22nd. They have the same number of points (although Wigan have played a game more).

Is this the fight for survival or a desultory run-out for teams seven points adrift from safety.

It is unlikely that temporary manager Neil Harris will put out a team that will do anything less than give it their best – what the fans will be hoping for – and a win (and that game in hand) will keep distant dreams alive.

Loanee defender Jos Hooiveld is a question mark following a knock in training but Paris Cowan-Hall is a possible, as is Lee Martin and Nicky Bailey, both shaking off injuries.

Academy graduate Aiden O’Brien, 21, knows the value of teamwork. “It's about keeping us up, about us sticking together – the players and the fans. If we can do that, hopefully we can succeed, he says.

Bolton v Charlton, 8pm

Four games to go and Charlton will look to extend a decent run of form. Just three defeats in 12 for Guy Luzon’s men but with Bournemouth on the last day – a likely coronation for the South Coast club – points in the bag will be the order of the day.

Bolton, in 17th, six places below the Addicks, see the return of Mark Davies and Matt Mills at the Macron while Charlton skipper Johnnie Jackson and Callum Harriott and Franck Moussa are still injured.

Chris Eagles will want a start against his former club