Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Cardiff City Stadium comes in the form of a Millwall victory and clean sheet against Cardiff City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £36 with Betway.
Two sides with altogether contrasting season goals in mind are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, January 21st.
The matchup in question will see relegation-battling Cardiff act as hosts, in a meeting with promotion-chasing Millwall.
Starting with the former, Cardiff are currently in the midst of an altogether concerning spell of form.
All told, dating back to the Championship’s return early last month, the Bluebirds have failed to notch a single victory from eight attempts across all competitions.
In turn, it did not come as a major surprise when, earlier this week, word of a change on the bench in Wales’ capital was officially forthcoming.
Evidently of the opinion that Mark Hudson no longer represents the right man for the job, Cardiff’s board opted to part ways with their head coach, paving the way for a new arrival, potentially as early as next week.
This weekend, though, the Bluebirds will take to the pitch without an official head coach, whilst hovering just three points clear of the relegation zone in England’s 2nd tier.
And no doubt eager to take advantage of the precarious situation of their upcoming hosts will be a Millwall outfit also in search of a return to winning ways.
The Lions have of course endured something of a hit-and-miss season to date, amid efforts to clinch an eventual promotion playoff berth.
After notching eight points from an available twelve either side of the turn of the year, it therefore didn’t come as a massive surprise when Gary Rowett’s men were brought firmly back down to earth, owing to a pair of back-to-back defeats.
After first being sent packing from the FA Cup by Sheffield United, last time out, Millwall were put to the sword by a resurgent Middlesbrough.
The Lions, as a result, have slipped out of the playoff spots, to 8th in the Championship standings.
We at 101, though, are nevertheless backing Saturday’s visitors to the Cardiff City Stadium to do enough to ultimately emerge on the right side of the result in the Welsh capital.