Betting: Millwall vs. Leeds

© Edmund Boyden

IF THE midweek form is anything to go by, Millwall must be a cert to take three points from Leeds on Saturday.

While Millwall were comfortably beating Doncaster, Leeds were on the wrong side of a 7-3 scoreline in a bizarre game at Elland Road.

Of course, football isn’t as black and white as that, but you have to assume confidence is low in the Leeds camp and this could be the ideal time to play Neil Warnock’s side.

Leeds have returned home empty-handed on their last four trips to The Den and I’m betting it will be more of the same this time. Millwall definitely look the value at 6-4 in the outright market.

Backing Kenny Jackett’s men to score in the first half with William Hill has been a bit of a cash-cow of late and at even money it’s a logical bet once again.

Milllwall-Leeds games are never dull affairs and if the hosts get an early breakthrough, which will undoubtedly be the plan, the game could open up. With this in mind, and the fact that Millwall’s last eight league games have all produced at least three goals, over 2.5 goals should be backed at 10-11 with William Hill.

With Darius Henderson, Andy Keogh and Harry Kane all in-form in front of goal I couldn’t put anyone off backing those three in the goalscorer markets, however, at 28/1 and 18/1 Paul Robinson has to be worth a few quid.

Match odds
Millwall 6/4 – William Hill, Betfred

Half-time betting
Millwall (to be leading) 9/4 – Betfred

Time of 1st home goal
First Half Evens – William Hill

Over 2.5 goals
Yes 10/11 – William Hill

First Goalscorer
Paul Robinson 28/1 – Bet365

Anytime Goalscorer
Paul Robinson 20/1 – Bet365

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