Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at St. Andrew’s comes in the form of a draw between Birmingham City and Swansea City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £34 with Betway.
A pair of sides separated by just two points in the Championship table are set to go head-to-head at St. Andrew’s on Tuesday, November 8th.
The clash in question will see a Birmingham City outfit on the up play host to a Swansea City side in the midst of an altogether less positive recent trajectory.
Beginning with the former, Birmingham have proven one of the standout performers in England’s 2nd tier over the course of the last month.
Owing to a run of just one defeat in seven, a stretch which includes a quartet of victories, the Blues have slowly crept away from the relegation scrap, to the comforts of mid-table.
Their most recent outing, a trip to Stoke City this past weekend, ultimately culminated in John Eustace’s men departing the Bet365 with all three points, to make it two wins from three.
This came owing to strikes on the part of Harlee Dean and top scorer Scott Hogan, who now sits just a solitary goal off top spot in the Championship Golden Boot race.
All of this combined means that, should they manage to get the better of Swansea City on Tuesday night, Birmingham will guide themselves clear of the Welsh outfit in England’s 2nd tier.
The upcoming visitors to St. Andrew’s, for obvious reasons, though, will be keen to avoid as much.
Swansea, after so recently establishing themselves at the very heart of the promotion playoff battle, have endured a tough time of things over the course of the last few weeks.
A stellar run of six wins from seven has been brought to a grinding halt, courtesy of just two points secured from an available nine.
This past weekend, meanwhile, proved of a particularly concerning nature for Russell Martin’s troops.
This came as the Swans were forced to fight back from two goals down to secure just a share of the spoils in a home meeting with a Wigan Athletic side fresh off five defeats on the trot.
Tuesday’s visitors, as a result, have slipped out of the top-six, all the way down to 9th.
Birmingham, based on form alone, should therefore be viewed as the favourites to ultimately emerge on the right side of the scoreline come the full-time whistle at St. Andrew’s in midweek.