Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at the New York Stadium comes in the form of a scoreless draw between Rotherham United and Preston North End.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £65 with Betway.
A Rotherham United outfit keen to put further distance between themselves and the bottom three are set to act as hosts, in a Championship meeting with Preston North End at the New York Stadium on Tuesday, March 14th.
Rotherham, for their part, currently find themselves in the midst of a hit-and-miss stretch of form.
Heading into the weekend’s slate of fixtures, the Millers had actually been brimming with confidence, after bouncing back from a pair of successive defeats by way of bagging seven points from an available nine.
In turn, it came as a heavy blow when a trip to St. Andrew’s to face a Birmingham City outfit sitting below them in the table saw Matt Taylor’s troops brought crashing back down to earth.
Goals on the part of Blues pair Reda Khadra and Kevin Long ultimately proved enough to condemn Rotherham to the wrong side of a 2-0 scoreline.
The Millers, in turn, slipped back down to 20th in the table, just two spots clear of the relegation zone.
And securing an immediate bounce-back result later this evening will prove no easy task.
This comes with upcoming opponents Preston North End having established themselves as an altogether tough nut to crack of late.
After a rough patch of form from January leading into February, the Lilywhites have since bounced back in impressive fashion, by way of a six-game unbeaten streak.
This includes wins in two of their last four, most recently at the expense of Cardiff City this past weekend.
A hard-fought 90 minutes at Deepdale saw Thomas Cannon’s opener added to by Ched Evans deep into injury-time, en route to a 2-0 triumph for Ryan Lowe’s hosts.
Such solid form has guided Preston back into the comforts of mid-table in the Championship, seven points adrift of the promotion playoff pace.
And we at 101 are backing the Lilywhites to extend their unbeaten stretch ever further on Tuesday night, albeit by way of an eventual sharing of the spoils with Rotherham at the New York Stadium.