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Rotherham v West Brom Betting Tips
This is the case of two teams going in very different directions. The hosts haven’t won a single one of their last six outings and although they only lost one of these, that was inflicted by the only top-three side they played – Norwich 3-1.
If we extend that time frame to September, then they’ve won only one of their last 15 outings, losing three of five winless matches with the current top-eight sides in that time. West Brom on the other hand, are enjoying another great spell as they’ve won four of their last six unbeaten games, winning each of their three road trips in this time against Ipswich, Swansea and Sheffield Utd.
Darren Moore’s men have scored more than any other side this season, and so Rotherham should struggle having netted fewer than half their output, as only bottom-two sides Ipswich and Bolton have produced a lower tally.
Stoke v Millwall United Betting Tips
Stoke haven’t lost a game since way back in October as they remain unbeaten from their last nine outings. They may have only won three of these games, but two of them came across their last four recent outings, with these victories coming in their last two at the Bet365 Stadium as they seem to have finally overcome their case of ‘draw-itis’.
Meanwhile, Millwall seem to be stuck in a relegation dog fight having failed to win any of their last seven matches as they’ve lost four of them. On the road, it gets even worse as they’ve lost eight of 11 winless trips this term. With that in mind, we don’t give them much hope against Gary Rowett’s in-form men.
Hull City v Swansea Betting Tips
Swansea underwent a tough period recently having suffered consecutive defeats against top-four outfits Norwich, West Brom and Derby. However, they’ve since bounced back from that rut to win their last two, and they look to have their season back on track as they’ve returned to the top half of the table.
Meanwhile, Hull find themselves out of the relegation zone for the first time since early October after two wins from their last four unbeaten games, although just one of these came against a top-half side and they could only draw that one.
Indeed, they’ve been woeful against such teams this term with a W1-D3-L7 record from 11 matches, and with eight of them coming at KCOM Stadium – including five of their defeats – that gives us a fairly good idea of how this one might pan out. On the other side of the coin, Graham Potter’s men have been clinical against the teams below them in the table, and with five wins from their last six outings against such opposition, we certainly like their chances.
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