Our recommended bet for Friday’s clash at Bramall Lane comes in the form of a Sheffield United victory over Hull City, featuring goals from both teams.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £35 with Betway.
A Sheffield United outfit continuing in efforts to hunt down Burnley at the summit of the Championship table are set to return to action in a meeting with a resurgent Hull City this Friday, January 20th.
The Blades, of course, currently stand as one of English football’s most in-form sides.
All told, dating back to late October, Paul Heckingbottom’s troops have rattled off wins in ten of their last twelve outings across all competitions.
The most recent came last weekend, when Jayden Bogle’s brace added to an early Iliman Ndiaye strike, en route to a 3-1 downing of Stoke City.
Sheffield United, in turn, have established themselves as runaway favourites to join Burnley back in the top-flight next season.
This comes with the Blades’ recent excellence having guided them a full 11 points clear of the chasing pack amid the battle for automatic promotion from the Championship.
A 3rd successive victory across all competitions, however, is unlikely to prove all that easy to come by for Friday’s hosts at Bramall Lane.
This comes with their upcoming opponents having themselves proven a tough nut to crack of late.
Hull, all told, have remained unbeaten since the return of England’s 2nd tier on the back of the World Cup break.
This stretch includes commendable shares of the spoils against both Watford and Sunderland, as well as road victories at the expense of Birmingham and Wigan Athletic.
Last time out, Liam Rosenior’s troops showcased their fighting spirit, too, in keeping alive the club’s undefeated streak with an equaliser a full eight minutes into stoppage time, against Huddersfield Town.
Star attacker Oscar Estupinan proved the hero on the day, netting his fourth goal in five, to guide Hull a full eight points clear of the bottom three.
We at 101, however, envision the Tigers’ solid recent stretch of form being brought to a firm end on Friday night.
This comes with Sheffield United expected to simply prove too much for Rosenior and co. to handle, come the full-time whistle at Bramall Lane.