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iBet: Wolves v Millwall looks tough to call

Gareth Purnell

Wolves v Millwall, kick off 7.45pm

Lay Wolves at 6/4 with Betfair

The two Premier League games tonight look particularly trappy, and it may be better to look for a bit of value in the full fixture list going on in The Championship. On paper with only seven points separating them league, Wolves v Millwall looks tough to call. However, a look at recent matches paints a different picture. Millwall are on a great run – they are unbeaten in 11 in the division including wins at Blackburn and Nottingham Forest in that run, and top the eight-match form table. No-one has scored more than the 18 Kenny Jackett’s men have notched during this period, and no-one has conceded less than the seven they have let in. They could not contrast more with the form of Wolves, who have not won any of their last eight and indeed are bottom of the eight match form table, a period during which only Ipswich have conceded more goals than the 16 they have shipped. On form Wolves should be bigger than 6/4 to win tonight.

Advices

QPR, who play Sunderland tonight, are 6/5 with Ladbrokes to avoid relegation following the appointment of Harry Redknapp (they are 4/7 to go down). It’s 10-1 they win any silverware with him in charge.

Betfair gives you better value. To see how much more you can win go to www.betfair.com/betchecker
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