Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at Kenilworth Road comes in the form of a draw between Luton Town and Rotherham United.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £37.50 with Betway.
Two sides fresh off altogether contrasting results in midweek are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at Kenilworth Road on Saturday, November 12th.
The matchup in question will see Luton Town play host to Rotherham United.
First, let’s take a look at the recent efforts of the former.
Luton headed into the latest midweek round of fixtures in England’s 2nd tier brimming with confidence, aware that a three-point haul could see them climb as high as the promotion playoff spots.
This came owing to a run of just one defeat in eleven since the beginning of September.
In turn, it came as a major surprise when a trip to relegation-battling Stoke City saw the Hatters put to the sword in comfortable fashion, courtesy of a pair of goals inside the opening quarter of an hour.
And the days since have only seen concerns mount at Kenilworth Road, following the departure of boss Nathan Jones for the Premier League, and Southampton.
Nevertheless, should they ultimately emerge on the right side of the result on Saturday afternoon, Luton will find themselves back in the thick of the battle for promotion.
Desperate to put an end to such hopes, though, will be a Rotherham outfit fresh off a quite stunning result last time out.
The Millers, this past Tuesday, made the trip to Bramall Lane, for a daunting meeting with a Sheffield United side back in top form, riding high on the back of a 5-2 drubbing of table-topping Burnley.
Matt Taylor’s men, on the other hand, were in the midst of an alarming stretch of form, sucked firmly into the relegation scrap owing to a trio of successive defeats.
Safe to say, then, that few could have predicted Rotherham ultimately emerging from proceedings with all three points.
Upon the final whistle sounding in Sheffield, though, this is precisely what they managed, courtesy of a solitary Ben Wiles effort late in the first-half.
The Millers, in turn, put some much-needed breathing room between themselves and the drop zone, now five points clear of West Bromwich Albion in 22nd.
Based solely on form, Rotherham, in turn, could well be worth a punt to depart Kenilworth Road with a share of the spoils.
In truth, though, Luton should be considered favourites to secure a swift return to winning ways at the expense of Saturday’s visitors.