Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at the Cardiff City Stadium comes in the form of a Blackburn victory, featuring a goal from star man Ben Brereton Diaz.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £52.50 with Betway.
Two sides in the midst of altogether differing spells of form are set to face off in a Championship showdown at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday, October 4th.
The game’s hosts, Cardiff, are currently struggling for results in a major way.
After picking up wins in two of their first three outings of the campaign, the Bluebirds have since stuttered to just a solitary three-point haul across their ensuing eight fixtures, a 3-2 triumph at fellow strugglers Middlesbrough early last month.
Their return to action post-international break this past weekend did see Mark Hudson’s troops clinch a credible point against promotion-chasing Burnley, owing to a last-minute Callum Robinson equaliser.
Nevertheless, though, Cardiff remain just two points clear of the Championship’s relegation zone, with 12 points to their names from 11 outings to date.
The Welsh outfit will therefore head into the upcoming round of midweek action desperate for a return to winning ways.
Such a result, though, is likely to prove altogether difficult to come by.
This comes with their upcoming opponents in the thick of an altogether more productive spell of form.
Blackburn’s return to the pitch on the back of the international break saw them get the better of a plucky Millwall outfit, by two goals to one.
Rovers’ latest three-point haul, in turn, means that Jon Dahl Tomasson’s men have strung together as many victories as Cardiff have managed all season, across just their last five fixtures.
Such efforts leave Blackburn sitting pretty amongst the English 2nd-tier’s promotion playoff places, in the knowledge that the right set of results in midweek could see them climb to the dizzying heights of 3rd.
We at 101, in turn, predict a 4th win in six for Tuesday’s visitors, with Ben Brereton Diaz, fresh off a return to the scoresheet at the weekend, on target once more.