Middlesbrough vs Millwall by 20legend

Middlesborough is in a very good form at the moment with a 4-1-0 record on their last five matches. With 58 points from 42 games, they are in 12th place before today’s game and a win will mean that they are only four points behind Brighton (6th) who has the last playoff-spot. The task for Middlesborough is easy to see on paper as they have to focus on three points in each game, with five other teams being between themselves and the 6th place.


They have some tough defensive problems these days as Daniel Ayala (17/3) is suspended from this game after getting a red card in their last game against Burnley (1-0 win). Fellow defender Ben Gibson (28/1) is also out as he serves his last game in his suspension. The other defenders Sebastian Hines (2/0), Stuart Parnaby (3/0) and Rhys Williams (22/0) are already missing out. In addition striker Kei Kamara (25/4) will not be ready to play today, while fellow striker Muzzy Carayol (32/8) will not play anymore this season.


Millwall is about to do the impossible task and saving themselves from relegation. With Blackpool (21st) losing their crucial game against Burnley (0-1) on Friday, Millwall (22nd) will go past them with a win today, and still have one game in hand. The perspective is therefore set for the visitors and the importance of three points today could give them the all-needed benefit for survival. With 2-2-0 from the previous four games, Millwall has found a good formula at the most important stage of the season. With a victory against 5th placed Wigan (0-1) and a draw against 13th placed Watford (2-2) from their two previous games, Millwall should really be taken seriously in this meeting.


Midfielder Ed Upson (10/0) is out for the rest of the season, while defender Danny Shittu (22/1) is still unavailable. However, midfielder Richard Chaplow (19/1) and striker Jermaine Easter (19/3) are available once again after recovering from their injuries.


This is two teams that are doing really well at the moment. Both teams are fighting; one team at the upper-half and one team to avoid relegation. Middlesborough’s defensive problems should make it possible for a desperate Millwall to create chances, while Middlesborough should be able to score at an already shaky Millwall-defense (72 goals conceeded). Both teams to score seem like a very possible scenario in this huge game for both teams.

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Both teams to score Unibet 1.94 8 1-2 WON (+7.52 units)
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