Here's your four-teams multi ahead of tonight's EFL Championship matches!
Rotherham vs Watford
Rotherham’s recent postponements have created a fascinating situation towards the bottom of the table, with the Millers three points adrift of safety in 22nd but holding four games in hand and a superior goal difference on Birmingham City who sit directly above them.
As the standings imply, Watford possess far more quality than the Millers and they posted a cozy 2-0 victory in December’s reverse fixture at Vicarage Road.
With the Hornets flying and Rotherham losing five of their last six Championship starts, we can only recommend three points for the visitors in this one.
✅ TIP: Watford to win
Derby vs Brentford
The visitors are 27 points superior to the 19th placed Rams in the Championship standings and arrive at Pride Park on the back of three wins from four. The hosts have drawn two and lost three of their last five following a 0-1 defeat against Millwall here on Saturday and the goals have really dried up for Wayne Rooney’s men of late.
The Rams are now without a goal in their last four league starts, so we’re confidently tipping up the visitors to land the spoils at Pride Park.
✅ TIP: Brentford to win
Luton vs Coventry
Both teams to score should definitely be on punters’ radar for this contest considering the Hatters have kept just three clean sheets from 17 at Kenilworth Road while Coventry have conceded in all but one of their 17 away trips, though we’re keen to get behind the hosts to secure the points at a decent price.
Nathan Jones’ side have lost their last two, but those defeats came against leaders Norwich (3-0) and third-placed Swansea (0-1). Prior to those fixtures, the Hatters notched consecutive victories against fellow bottom third opposition in the shape of Sheffield Wednesday (3-2) and Nottingham Forest (0-1).
✅ TIP: BTTS at FT
Middlesbrough vs Preston
The hosts have won half of their games at the Riverside this season and on that basis, they’re no more than fairly priced for this Tuesday’s contest at just under evens, though when we factor in Preston’s recent troubles, Boro rate a solid bet to land the three points.
Warnock’s side aren’t usually as free-scoring as we saw on Saturday and they have averaged 1.22 goals per game this term.
✅ TIP: Under 2.5 goals