PLENTY of matches to get stuck into tonight and having had a detailed looked through the card two sides immediately stood out for me.

Hull welcome struggling Rotherham and Paul Scholes's Oldham welcome lowly Yeovil. Taking both home sides to collect three points.

Hull v Rotherham (7.45pm)

Important match for these two but for contrasting reasons. Hull still have an outside chance of sneaking into the play-off spots while Rotherham are fully engaged in a relegation battle with Bolton and Reading.

Hull will be glad to be back on home turf after being outplayed away at Derby. The hosts have won five games on the spin at the KC Staduim, scoring 16 goals in the process and conceding just two.

Those wins came against some decent opposition with four by at least a two-goal margin and they'll have high hopes of making it six victories in a row at the expense of lowly Rotherham.

The Yorkshire side in fairness do will to be competitive in this league given their limited resources and if they go down it will be because of a lack of points collected on the road.

P15 W0 D5 L10 – they have only scored 8 goals in those 15 games and with 22 of their 27 points collected at home, Hull are clear favourites and are reasonably priced at 3-4.

Young striker Jarrod Bowen will be keen to continue his impressive goal scoring run – he has nine goals in his last nine games and has scored in his last four matches at home. He'll be Hull's main threat.

Given Hull's terrific home form and Rotherham's travel sickness, Hull are worth backing.

Recommended Bet

  • Hull to beat Rotherham
  • (3-4, Betfred)


Oldham v Yeovil (7.45pm)

Be interesting to see how the Oldham players respond to the appointment of Manchester United legend Scholes to the Boundary Park hotseat (hopefully better than Thierry Henry's short tenure at Monaco).

It's bound to have given everyone at the club a boost to have one of England's finest footballers at the helm not to mention the increased media coverage.

This is a decent game for them to have after the announcement – just one defeat in their last eight home games and with a struggling Yeovil side making the log long trip north you have to fancy the Latics to collect three points here and add to Yeovil's relegation woes after a run of four straight defeats.

Recommended Bet

  • Oldham to beat Yeovil
  • (4-5, Marathonbet)


I like the look of the Championship for goals tonight so going to take all 5 over 1.5 goals at 31-10 (bet365).


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