Trade of the day

A good night last night with a 2-1 result for Charlton not being enough to take them through, but did we care? our money had been made by then!! So tonight we move onto another play off game.

Millwall v Huddersfield 19.45pm, (0-0 from 1st leg)

Team news

Millwall hope to welcome back attacking duo Shaun Batt and Danny Schofield for the second leg of their League One play-off semi-final with Huddersfield.

Both missed Saturday’s goalless draw at the Galpharm Stadium, but winger Chris Hackett again misses out.

Huddersfield are definitely without defender Tom Clarke because of the knee injury he sustained in the first leg.

Robbie Williams is expected to come into the side, with Lee Peltier switching to right-back.


  • Millwall had the best home record in League One this season, claiming 56 points from a possible 69, losing just once.
  • The Lions kept five clean sheets in their last eight league games at the New Den.
  • Huddersfield lost two of their last three away games in League One, with none of their last 10 on the road ending level.

The league game back in Sept finished 3-1. Millwall are 19-4 in goals for last 6 home games with 5 wins and a draw. Huddersfield away are 8-11 with 3 wins and 3 losses. Last 3 at Millwall have produced 10 goals.


Feel with Millwall’s superior home record they will snatch this. Hard to see another 0-0. There have only been 3 0-0s, 2 at home for Millwall and 1 away for Huddersfield all season aside the play off 0-0. So by backing 1-0, 2-0 with smaller on 0-0, 0-1 and overs we should be sufficiently covered to make a profit. A goal to either side and we will look to cover 1-1. Ideally a home goal is what we’re looking for……………


Back 1-0, 2-0, and smaller on 0-0, 0-1, 1-1

Back over 2.5

We will trade this in the Vets Room. Want to know the correct stakes to apply? For more details go here.

Good luck and see you then.

Post match round up

At 1-0 in 23rd minute we couldn’t lose, beauty of the much talked about CoverS strategy. £22, although another goal would have yielded £44. Still, not a bad ROI%.

~ by Juan on May 18, 2010.

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