Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Riverside Stadium comes in the form of a draw between Middlesbrough and Bristol City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £36 with Betway.
A Middlesbrough outfit looking up the table will act as hosts on Saturday, November 5th, as part of the latest round of fixtures in the Championship.
This comes as the Yorkshire-based side prepare to play host to Bristol City.
Boro, of course, have endured a campaign to forget to date.
After finishing comfortably inside the top half last time out, Saturday’s hosts have since slipped off the pace in a major way, taking their place front and centre in the battle against relegation to League One.
In turn, it has no doubt come as a major source of relief for the Boro faithful to see their side, at long last, begin to piece together something resembling a solid run of form over the last couple of weeks.
Just a solitary defeat from four - a stretch which includes two victories - has seen Middlesbrough climb out of the bottom-three, up to 19th in the table as things stand.
Their most recent outing, in midweek, saw Chuba Akpom’s first-half opener added to by a pair of own goals beyond the hour mark, en route to a 3-1 triumph at Hull City.
Michael Carricks’s men, as a result, will have their tails up, eyeing a third win from five on Saturday afternoon.
Standing in the way of as much, though, will be a Bristol City side nothing short of desperate for a three-point haul of their own.
After a decent stretch of form earlier in the month, the Robins have looked all out of sorts of late, en route to just a solitary point secured from an available nine.
Despite dominating the ball, a meeting with Sheffield United at Ashton Gate in midweek ultimately culminated in Nigel Pearson’s troops being put to the sword by a goal to nil.
Bristol, in turn, have been dragged firmly back into the relegation scrap.
In fact, should the Robins fall to a third defeat in four this weekend, then they would actually be overtaken by their upcoming hosts in the Championship table.
Unlucky not to take anything away from their aforementioned meeting with Sheffield United, though, we at 101 envision Saturday’s visitors to the Riverside Stadium doing enough to emerge with a share of the spoils come the full-time whistle.