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Millwall v Fulham tips: Nothing to split in-form play-off duo

| 20.04.2018

There are some huge Championship games coming up in the final weeks of the season, starting tonight with Millwall v Fulham.

Both sides can lay claim to this being a must-win fixture. The Lions can’t afford to drop points in their quest for a play-off spot, while their West London opponents have to keep up the pressure on Cardiff City.

So it all points to being an enthralling and mightily even-matched clash at the Den.

Neil Harris’ Millwall going into it at 9/4, with Slavisa Jokanovic’s visitors the 11/10 favourites. A draw is 5/2.

Both sides are in sterling form. Millwall are unbeaten in 17 games, flying up the table from 17th to sixth. They haven’t lost in 13 at home, either.

As for Fulham, they’re unbeaten in 21, a run stretching right back to mid-December.

Both sides have been keeping things tight of late. Fulham have conceded just once in their last five games, and each of those featured under 2.5 goals.

Its five clean sheets in seven for Millwall, with six of those matches seeing just two goals or fewer.

The pair are highly organised, and are unlikely to give any quarter. There’s 23/20 for under 2.5 goals tonight.

Then there’s a draw and under 2.5 at 19/5. As for correct score options, 1-1 is 6/1.

Steve Morison turns 35-years-old in August, but the Millwall hero is on-song with two goals in three games. The forward is 13/2 to open the scoring and 11/5 anytime.

Fulham will be hoping on-loan hitman Aleksandar Mitrovic continues his golden run of form.

The Newcastle United striker has scored 10 in his last 11 games and is 7/2 favourite to bag the opener tonight.

All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.