* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Here we bring you Series Soccer Tips for Millwall vs Swansea with the game due to take place on March 14th.
Millwall vs Swansea prediction and top betting tips
Swansea's poor run continued on Saturday afternoon as they gave up a lead to lose 3-1 to Middlesbrough. Will Millwall – another promotion candidate – also prove to strong for the struggling Swans? Find out with our Millwall vs Swansea match preview with free tips, predictions and odds mentioned along the way.
Millwall vs Swansea Prediction 1: Draw
We kick off our predictions for this game by backing the draw. Millwall might have won on Saturday but their results have been all over the show this season with respect of consistency; the last time they had two consecutive results of any sort in the league was back in November, which was back to back draws. Swansea are in pretty horrid form themselves though with four defeats and just one draw from their last five games. The Swans have a really good record at the Den though having won on four of their last five visits there without losing. As such, the idea of the two sides sharing a point isn't exactly extravagant!
Millwall vs Swansea Prediction 2: Both teams will score
The second of our football betting tips for this game comes from the both teams to score market and we are betting on yes. Both Millwall and Swansea have seen three of their last five games end with both teams finding the net and with the reverse fixture ending in an entertaining 2-2 draw back in August there is little reason to think we won't see goals at both ends in this game too.
Here are the key stats & form guide for Millwall vs Swansea
So, that gives you some insight to how the different bookmakers see the action unfolding. How though do the Millwall vs Swansea odds translate into probability ahead of this game? Let's find out.
Millwall odds: 24/25 (1.96) – 51%
Draw odds: 5/2 (3.50) – 29%
Swansea odds: 14/5 (3.80) – 26%
Millwall come into this game as odds on favourites to take maximum points in the eyes of the bookmakers. We're not sure we share their optimism of a 51% probability though given how poor their track record against Swansea is and, as such, the first of our predictions above sits on the draw outcome; we think a lot of bettors will see that as the best value option too.
Check out the predicted lineups ahead of Millwall vs Swansea
Millwall put themselves back in the playoff places on Saturday afternoon as the won for the first time in three games away at a Reading side that happen to sit one place above Swansea in the Championship standings. The quick turnaround between games needs to be considered with this match taking place on Tuesday evening but there are no known injuries off the back of Saturday's clash and, as such, an unchanged XI is hugely plausible as the Lions look to record back to back wins for the first time since October.
Swansea only have a couple of players on the sidelines due to injury right now but, despite that, Russell Martin can't seem to strike the right blend in his side; they fell to yet another defeat last time out with pressure now growing on the former MK Dons boss. It's rare that the gaffer makes mass changes to his team from game to game but we foresee a few changes for this game with Harry Darling, Morgan Whittaker and Oliver Ntcham all candidates to come into the starting lineup.
*Starting lineups are usually announced one hour prior to kick off.
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Both of these teams boast a striker that is capable of finding the net with Millwall having Tom Bradshaw leading the line and Swansea boasting Joel Piroe. It's the latter we're highlighting here though. The 23-year-old has two goals in his last three matches and will be Swansea's biggest threat to the Millwall backline during this match.
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A quickfire FAQ on Millwall – Swansea
Where is the match being played? – The Den
Who do the bookmakers have as favourites? – Millwall