Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at St. Andrew’s Stadium comes in the form of a 1-0 Luton Town victory over Birmingham City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £65 with Betway.
Two sides desperate for a bounce-back result are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at St. Andrew’s Stadium this Saturday, February 25th.
The matchup in question will see Birmingham City act as hosts, in a meeting with Luton Town.
Beginning with the former, Birmingham have found positive results altogether difficult to come by over the course of the last couple of weeks.
After looking as though they had turned a corner courtesy of successive victories over Swansea City and West Bromwich Albion to begin the month, John Eustace’s troops have since slipped back into a major funk.
All told, each of the Blues’ last three outings have culminated in defeat.
The most recent came in midweek, when Maxime Colin’s finish early in the 2nd-half ultimately proved to be little more than a consolation, en route to a 3-1 loss at Carrow Road.
Such woes have seen Birmingham’s intended push towards mid-table halted firmly in its tracks, with Eustace and co, instead, now sitting in a lowly 19th, just seven points clear of the bottom three.
Saturday’s hosts, though, will not be alone in heading into the action at St. Andrew’s fresh off a shaky stretch of form.
Luton Town, for their part, remain in the thick of the battle for a promotion playoff berth in the Championship.
The Hatters currently sit sixth in the standings, level on points with both Millwall above them, and Watford below.
Just a fortnight ago, though, Rob Edwards’ men actually sat in an altogether more favourable spot.
This came owing to a stellar run of results either side of the turn of the year, to the tune of six wins from seven attempts.
Since, however, Luton have gone off the boil in a major way, stuttering to a solitary draw and three defeats from the club’s last four across all competitions.
The most recent, this past weekend, saw a solitary Ashley Barnes strike prove enough to guide table-topping Burnley beyond the Hatters at Kenilworth Road.
We at 101, in turn, envision a hard-fought, closely-contested affair playing out over the course of the 90 minutes at St. Andrew’s on Saturday afternoon.
When it comes to the eventual outcome, though, we are backing visitors Luton, just, to emerge on the right side of the scoreline.
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