Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at Kenilworth Road comes in the form of a draw between Luton Town and West Bromwich Albion.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £32 with Betway.
Two of the Championship’s most in-form sides are set to lock horns in a highly-anticipated clash at Kenilworth Road on Saturday, January 14th.
The matchup in question will see Luton Town play host to West Bromwich Albion.
Beginning with the former, Luton are currently in the midst of a fine stretch of results.
After slipping off the pace in the battle for a promotion playoff spot either side of the World Cup break, the Hatters have since turned things around in a major way, courtesy of three wins on the bounce.
A hard-fought downing of Norwich City was followed in turn by a three-goal drubbing of Queens Park Rangers, with Carlton Morris the star of the show en route to a brace.
Then, last time out, Rob Edwards’ troops had Reece Burke to thank for a late winner at Huddersfield, guiding Luton to joint-5th in the standings in England’s 2nd tier in the process.
A 1-1 stalemate with struggling Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup last weekend did come as a minor speed-bump for the Hatters, but they will nevertheless head into the upcoming round of fixtures with confidence high in the camp.
Equally eager to kick things into gear at Kenilworth Road on Saturday, though, will be the day’s visitors.
West Bromwich Albion, like their upcoming hosts, were forced to face up to an upcoming replay in the FA Cup last weekend, owing to a concerning last-gasp draw with National League Chesterfield.
Back on the league front, though, the Baggies have long stood as one of the Championship’s standout sides.
After spending the opening months of the term battling it out in the thick of the relegation scrap, West Brom were handed a new lease of life courtesy of the dismissal of Steve Bruce, and ensuing appointment of Carlos Corberan.
All told, since the beginning of November, they have since racked up eight wins from nine, to surge into the top half of the table.
Like Luton, Corberan and co. are too fresh off three wins on the spin, all of which came by way of a clean sheet.
Their most recent came at the expense of Reading, when a solitary strike from Daryl Dike proved decisive.
West Brom, as a result, should probably be viewed as slight favourites ahead of Saturday’s showdown in Bedfordshire.
Do not be at all surprised, though, if hosts Luton keep alive their own impressive stretch of form courtesy of a hard-earned share of the spoils.