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Swansea City vs Millwall Predictions

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Swansea City
Millwall

Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Both teams have scored in eight of Swansea City’s last 11 competitive matches, and their tally of 68 league goals conceded last season was worse than all but five Championship teams. Millwall, meanwhile, have only kept two clean sheets in their last 13 matches.

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Swansea City 2-1

Reason for tip

Millwall have gone eight league away games without a win, and lost back-to-back matches on the road prior to Saturday’s win over Coventry City. Swansea have also suffered just one defeat in the last 10 head-to-head meetings between the teams.

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Swansea City vs Millwall Predictions

  • Eight of Swansea City’s last 11 competitive matches have featured goals at both ends
  • Millwall, meanwhile, have only managed two clean sheets in their last 13 competitive games, and have shipped six goals across their last three outings
  • Punters are advised to turn to the goals markets after Swansea went five home games without a win, while Millwall are without a victory in eight away league contests

Lift-off for Swans

Russell Martin’s Swansea City got their Championship campaign up and running with a 1-0 win at Blackpool last time out, having followed up two winless outings with an EFL Cup exit at Oxford United. The Swans’ next fixture sees them face Millwall in South Wales on Tuesday, with the Lions also on a high after a 3-2 win over Coventry City.

That victory was the first Gary Rowett’s men had managed since the opening day, and the Lions clearly remain far more comfortable with the vociferous backing of the Den; Millwall are winless in eight away league games, but have won five on the spin at home. Perhaps surprisingly, Millwall have also struggled for defensive form of late; despite boasting the Championship’s joint-fourth best defence last term, they’ve managed just two clean sheets in 13 competitive games since mid-March.

If Millwall are bad travellers, Swansea have earnt a reputation as generous hosts after going five without a win in south Wales. Swansea also shipped 68 league goals last term, a tally worse than all but five Championship sides, and have now seen goals scored at both ends in eight of their last 11 competitive matches.

Goals likely when out-of-shape defences meet

With both Swansea and Millwall making inconsistent starts to the new campaign and struggling for clean sheets in recent months, backing both teams to score in Tuesday evening’s clash looks prudent.

Meanwhile, backing Swansea to end their home woes with a 2-1 win could represent a value correct score play; Millwall have managed just one win in their last 10 head-to-head meetings with their hosts.

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