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VIP MATCH 8/10 ODD: 2,02 14/01/2017

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VIP MATCH 8/10 ODD: 2,02 14/01/2017

Post by admin on Sat Jan 14, 2017 12:50 pm

Millwall and Charlton are two teams who come into this fixture off the back off decent spells. The hosts are unbeaten in three and are likely to be full of confidence following their 4-1 home win against Bristol Rovers last time out, while the exact same can be said for Millwall, who’re unbeaten in five and come here having just beat Premier League opposition 3-0 in the FA Cup.

From a betting point of view, it’s fair to say that both come into this match in good scoring form. With this in mind, ‘Both Teams to Score’ is the way to go here.

Charlton showed that they’re certainly a side who’re capable of scoring goals when putting four past Bristol Rovers last time out, a result which meant they’ve failed to score in just one of their last five. The same can be said or Millwall who looked as good as ever when sticking three away against Bournemouth. The visitors have now scored at least once in each of their last five matches.

It’s fair to say that both are in strong scoring form right now and it would be no surprise if this continued with both finding the net here. When the teams met just before Christmas it was Millwall who came out on top (3-1), but both showcased their ability to hurt the other in an attacking sense.

On the road where Millwall have often found themselves both scoring and conceding – ‘Both Teams to Score’ landed in ten of their 12 away matches – and such a trend is fancied to continue at The Valley on Saturday.

Millwall have enjoyed a certain dominance in this fixture in recent times. The visitors have won three of the last five meetings, while Charlton are without a victory in that time. When they met earlier on in the season it was Millwall who won 3-1.

Only one team in the entire division has seen ‘Both Teams to Score’ land more times than Millwall have on the road. Both teams scored in 83% of the visitors’ away matches.Charlton have failed to score in just 17% of their home matches, while Millwall have failed to score in just 17% of their away matches.

Jake Forster-Caskey has signed for Charlton from Brighton and could feature here, while loan signing Nathan Byrne could also play. Johnnie Jackson, Lee Novak, Ahmed Kashi and Jason Pearce remain sidelined.

Millwall have no fresh injury concerns ahead of this one, although are expected to alter their line-up following a 3-0 FA Cup victory.

ENGLAND: League One

16:00 Charlton - Millwall

PICK: (over 2,5 goals)


ODD: 2,02


Broj poruka : 851
Datum upisa : 2014-12-21

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