Saturday Banker Double
Saturday Banker Double
- 16:00 Sat: Wolverhampton v Millwall England / Championship Tip: 1 Odds:-125
- 16:00 Sat: Luton v Swindon England / League 2 Tip: 1 Odds:-149
We delve down into the English Football League for our double on Saturday, with WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS looking like a backable price to beat Millwall.
The Midlands side have started the season strongly and they have ten points on the board from five games, with Nuno Espirito Santo having created a strong squad of players and they began the campaign with three straight wins.
Wolves have subsequently lost at home to Cardiff and drawn at Brentford, although the boWokies make them favourites to win the Championship and there’s plenty to like about a side with big money signings.
Ruben Neves was a £16 million signing and the Portuguese midfielder could control this match at Molineux, with Diogo Jota standing out and Leo Bonatini is an interesting loan signing.
Millwall’s previous match was a 4-0 thumping of Norwich City although the scoreline flattered the Lions on that occasion and we’re not expecting them to show much ambition in this game.
A point would represent a great outcome from this match, with Neil Harris’ side failing to score on the road so far, having lost 1-0 at Nottingham Forest and then landing a goalless draw at Bristol City.
Meanwhile, LUTON TOWN are going smoothly in League Two and the Hatters have won both their home matches by a considerable margin.
Nathan Jones’ side are favourites to get promoted and they have dished out thrashings to Yeovil and Colchester by an aggregate scoreline of 11-2.
Luton narrowly missed out on promotion to League One, although they look set to finish among the top three places this time around, with the Hertfordshire side full of goals.
James Collins already has five goals for the season and might enjoy himself against a Swindon side who sit thirteenth in the League Two table.
David Flitcroft’s side have gone off the rails in the past few weeks, losing home matches against Crawley and Barnet by a considerable margin.
Seven goals have been conceded in the last two matches and we feel as though the defence will struggle against Luton’s attacking style.