Blackburn vs Ipswich Betting Tips

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Blackburn
    Ipswich

      Tip Reasoning

      After a very slow start, Blackburn are finally showing some signs that they are not a spent force after some key summer departures. A 2-2 draw at QPR signalled they were improving under Gary Bowyer, who had previously publicly doubted his own future at the club.

      They backed that up with their first win of the season as Jordan Rhodes scored twice in the 3-0 win over Charlton a fortnight ago in Blackburn’s last match at Ewood. The Scotsman also bagged a last gasp equaliser to seal an excellent point at Hull last time out and has been well supported by the likes of Tom Lawrence.

      With goals finally starting to flow, they’ll have no reason not to attack this game, especially against an Ipswich side who have been conceding plenty of goals. They were hammered 5-1 by Reading 4 weeks ago to bring their bright start to a crushing halt and could only manage a 2-2 home draw against struggling Bristol City last time out and they needed a late leveller to even get anything out of it.

      There are usually goals whenever they are in action and they have been involved in a couple of away games with 4 or more in them already this season so they are clearly one of the more positive sides in this league away from home and they are yet to fail to net on the road. With Rovers also finding their shooting boots, there looks to be value in backing there to be over 2.5 goals in this match at 17/20.

      In terms of a winner Blackburn are perhaps the more likely given they are playing with confidence and have one of the most prolific strikers in the league. They won this fixture 3-2 last season and given the managers and philosophies are still basically the same, we could see another relatively open game.

      It might not be a 5 goal thriller again but we can see both teams scoring and Rovers look like good value at 8/1 to win this one 2-1.

       

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