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SEP 17: Millwall v Blackpool + Forest v Middlesborough

Millwall v Blackpool

Our form-guide over the past 4 weeks puts Millwall out of the relegation zone and Blackpool into 2nd place in the table. However, in reality it’s top of the league against bottom of the league. Millwall have scored 1 at home, and conceded 7, whereas Blackpool have scored 6 away and conceded 3. Therefore, even taking into account the home-support, Millwall aren’t looking promising. Millwall have not won at home, and Blackpool have not lose away … It’s the same story whatever stats we look at.

The Tangerines go to The Den this evening having not lost a game (5 wins, 1 draw) whilst Millwall are recovering from a 5-0 thrashing by Derby. Therefore, 17/10 with BetVictor represents some of the best value of the evening. We should also see a few goals, so Tom Ince to score first at 6/1 with PaddyPower and 15/8 anytime with Bet365  could be a decent bet.

Notts Forest v Middlesborough

Notts Forest have scored 3.5 times what they let past their goalie, where Middlesborough playing away concede more than they score. It’s been 4 games since Middlesborough won a match, losing 3-1 recently at Ipswich. They come into this game only scoring 6pts in 6 games, compared with Forest who have picked up 9pts playing at home alone. At 17/20 for a home win with BetVictor, it seems a sensible banker.

Furthermore, with Forest’s scored-to-conceded record, it isn’t unrealistic that Forest could score 3 without conceding to Middlesborough. Therefore, Over 2.5 goals at 9/10 888Sport is a good complimenting bet.


BTTS Accumulator

Bolton v Derby
Bournemouth v Barnsley
Huddersfield v Charlton
Notts Forest v Middlesborough

7.9/1 4-fold



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