Safe having taken four points from their two Easter games, Town aren’t expected to celebrate with a victory as they prepare to entertain table-topping Leicester.
The home side are Stan James’s 5/2 outsiders to reward the John Smith’s Stadium faithful with a victory in the final home fixture while the Foxes are Paddy Power’s 6/5 favourites.
And it’s 5/2 courtesy of bet365 to finish all square.
That was the outcome when the teams last met in Huddersfield, in the FA Cup fourth round last January, and a repeat of the 1- 1 scoreline from that encounter is available at 15/2 with BetVictor.
Ladbrokes mark 31/10 against the contest throwing up any score draw, it’s 5/1 (William Hill) for scores to be level at the end of each half and in BetVictor’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market, Mark Robins’s charges are 31/20.
In Stan James’s handicaps, Town benefit from a goal start at 8/11 but optimists might feel the fact that the visitors were crowned champions on Tuesday reduces their incentive and indeed they might have something of a hangover.
Bet365 quote Town at 9/2 to capitalise by carding a victory by a one-goal margin, they are 8/1 at Stan James to nick it despite an even first half and a second consecutive 2-1 triumph for Town, after Monday’s win at Yeovil, is a 12/1 chance with BetVictor.
That would be a boost for backers of a match tally of three or more goals (4/6, Skybet), as well as those tackling betway’s 1/2 about both teams finding the net.
Winner.com chalk Robins’ side up at 5/4 to grab the first and Adam Clayton is 14/1 (bet365) to follow his winner on Monday with the opener in this one.
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