Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at the Coventry Building Society Arena comes in the form of a Blackburn Rovers victory over Coventry City, featuring goals from both teams.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £52.50 with Betway.
High-flying Blackburn Rovers’ push for promotion from the Championship is set to kick back into gear on Tuesday, November 1st, at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
A Coventry City outfit battling against the drop, though, will be hopeful of securing an upset.
Let’s first take a look at the recent efforts of Tuesday’s visitors.
Blackburn, of course, stand as one of the English 2nd tier’s most in-form sides at present.
Amid a surge towards the division’s summit, Jon Dahl Tomasson’s troops have racked up four wins on the trot, and five from their last six outings.
The latest of these came this past weekend, when a trip to the MKM Stadium saw a solitary strike on the part of Sammie Szmodics proved enough to put Hull City to the sword.
Such stellar form means that, remarkably, Rovers remain the only side in the Championship yet to draw a single one of their 18 fixtures.
Not only that, but another three-point haul in midweek, coupled with a Burnley defeat at the hands of Rotherham, would see Tomasson and co. leapfrog the Clarets into top spot.
Safe to say, then, that Coventry City will have their work very much cut out for them on Tuesday night.
Unlike their upcoming opponents, the Sky Blues were on the receiving end of a defeat last time out, when a late strike on the part of Championship top scorer Jerry Yates guided Blackpool to a 2-1 triumph in England’s west Midlands.
Mark Robins’ men, in turn, remain stuck in the bottom three, by way of goal difference.
It must be noted, though, that prior to the weekend, Coventry had actually been in the midst of a stellar recent stretch of form.
Ten points secured from an available 12 between October 15th and 25th saw them climb off the foot of the table, with a pair of games in hand still to come, too.
Tuesday’s hosts, despite their position in the table, should therefore not be taken at all lightly by a Blackburn outfit with confidence high in the camp.
We at 101 are nevertheless backing the visitors to ultimately get the job done, emerging from the Coventry Building Society Arena with all three points.