Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the MKM Stadium comes in the form of a Hull City victory over Rotherham United, featuring goals from both teams.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £42 with Betway.
Two sides in search of a bounce-back result are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at the MKM Stadium this Saturday, April 1st.
The matchup in question will see Hull City act as hosts, in a meeting with Rotherham United.
Beginning with the former, Hull currently find themselves in no man’s land in the standings in England’s 2nd tier.
With eight games of the campaign to play, the Tigers sit comfortably clear of the relegation scrap, but also too far back to mount any sort of late-season push for a promotion playoff berth.
This comes amid struggles on the part of Liam Rosenior’s troops heading into the international break.
All told, across their last eight outings, Hull have secured just a solitary victory, to go along with four draws, and a trio of defeats.
Most recently, a trip to the Madejski to take on struggling Reading saw the Tigers forced to settle for a share of the spoils, after Regan Slater’s opener was cancelled out by Andy Carroll on the stroke of the interval.
Safe to say, then, that upcoming opponents Rotherham will have their sights set firmly on adding to the recent woes of their hosts this weekend.
The Millers, for their part, find themselves embroiled in the thick of the battle against the drop at present.
Sitting just four points clear of the bottom three, fans of Matt Taylor’s side look set for a nervy close to the term, amid desperate efforts to maintain their Championship status.
To their credit, Rotherham did look as though they had gotten things firmly back on track leading into March, courtesy of seven points from an available nine.
Ensuing back-to-back defeats at the hands of Birmingham City and Preston North End, however, proved altogether costly, with Taylor and co. having then taken their place front and centre in the headlines for all the wrong reasons during the final round of pre-international break fixtures, too.
This came as the Millers were accused of purposely failing to clear a waterlogged pitch at the New York Stadium, whilst trailing fellow relegation candidates Cardiff City by a goal to nil.
The clash, in turn, was ultimately abandoned.
And we at 101 view Rotherham’s chances of turning things around at the MKM Stadium on Saturday as slim, too.
Instead, hosts Hull should be considered favourites, albeit with an eventual sharing of the spoils also looking a potentially solid bet.