Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Liberty Stadium comes in the form of a Swansea City victory over Birmingham City, by three goals to one.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £130 with Betway.
Swansea City will be hopeful of adding ever further to the woes of a freefalling Birmingham City outfit, when they welcome the Blues to the Liberty Stadium for a Championship clash on Saturday, February 4th.
Birmingham, for several weeks now, have stood as one of the most out of form sides in England’s 2nd tier.
All told, dating back to late last year, John Eustace’s troops have slipped to defeat in no fewer than five successive league outings.
The most recent came two weeks ago, when Lukas Jutkiewicz’s late finish proved to be little more than a consolation en route to a 2-1 downing at the hands of Preston North End.
Such struggles have culminated in Birmingham slipping to a lowly 19th in the Championship table, just six points clear of the drop zone.
Not only that, but they were also sent packing from the FA Cup last weekend, owing to a replay loss at home to Blackburn Rovers.
Safe to say, then, that upcoming opponents Swansea will no doubt be confident in their chances of adding ever further to Birmingham’s woes on Saturday afternoon.
The Swans, for their part, have endured something of a hit-and-miss go of things of late.
All told, their last six outings across all competitions have given rise to a perfectly balanced two wins, two draws and two defeats.
It has, in turn, proven altogether frustrating for the club’s supporters to watch stellar results - like a two-goal triumph at Sunderland three weeks ago - followed by disappointing losses - like a subsequent FA Cup exit at the hands of Bristol City.
After spending much of the campaign battling it out amongst the promotion playoff scrap, such recent inconsistencies mean that Swansea now sit in the depths of mid-table.
A return to winning ways this weekend, though, would go a long way towards boosting Swansea’s dwindling playoff hopes.
And we at 101 are backing Russell Martin’s troops to manage precisely that, come the full-time whistle in southwest Wales on Saturday evening.