Ipswich vs Rotherham Predictions & Betting Tips, Match Previews

freesupertips.com, 22 October 2019, 17:01

Ipswich vs Rotherham predictions for Wednesday's League 1 fixture at Portman Road. The league leaders will be looking to bounce back after losing on Sunday. Continue reading below for all our free tips and predictions.

Reason For Ipswich vs Rotherham Betting Tips

When they welcome Rotherham to Portman Road on Wednesday evening, Ipswich will be looking to bounce back after tasting defeat last time out. Much of the same can be said for the Millers, who were beaten by Oxford on Saturday afternoon.

Ipswich's unbeaten run came to an end on Sunday, as they were beaten away from home by Accrington. They've been undeniably impressive since dropping down to the third division, but it will be interesting to see how Paul Lambert's men react after tasting defeat for the first time in League One.

For much of the campaign, Ipswich have given little away, but they struggled to contain Stanley on Sunday, as they conceded two goals and 1.93 expected goals. They were unlucky not to score, but on balance, their defeat was merited. Not only did Lambert's side give quite a bit away against Accrington, but they've started to concede more chances at home in recent times. They've shipped a decent average of 0.9 expected goals at Portman Road, but after giving next to nothing away in their first two, have conceded figures of 1.15, 1.34 and 1.21 in their last three, so teams are certainly starting to create opportunities against the league leaders.

Rotherham were also beaten at the weekend, but they've not been overly easy to get the better of away from home, so the Millers may just fancy themselves to upset League 1's current pacemakers.

By losing two, drawing one and winning three, Rotherham have been a bit up and down on their travels, but considering that they've faced four top-ten sides, they've not done too badly at all.

The main issue for Paul Warne's men, who've scored in all but one of their six travelling matches, is that they've struggled to keep teams at bay. The Millers have kept just one clean sheet on the road this season and have surrendered an average of 1.53 expected goals, conceding some worrying numbers of 2.67 and 1.95 in recent times.

From a betting point of view, 'Over 2.5 Goals & Both Teams to Score' catches the eye. Ipswich have generally been one of League 1's more threatening sides this term, scoring ten goals in five home games, but they've recently started to give more away, so Rotherham should not be discounted offensively. The Millers have given quite a bit away on the road, but they've made a habit of scoring goals, which bodes well given Ipswich's recent dip in defensive form.

'Correct Score' punters can try a 2-1 win for the hosts, who despite seemingly weakening slightly at the back, have simply offered more at home than the visitors have on the road. On this basis, backing Lambert's men to edge it looks to be the best option at the prices.

Reason For Ipswich vs Rotherham Betting Tips

When they welcome Rotherham to Portman Road on Wednesday evening, Ipswich will be looking to bounce back after tasting defeat last time out. Much of the same can be said for the Millers, who were beaten by Oxford on Saturday afternoon.

Ipswich's unbeaten run came to an end on Sunday, as they were beaten away from home by Accrington. They've been undeniably impressive since dropping down to the third division, but it will be interesting to see how Paul Lambert's men react after tasting defeat for the first time in League One.

For much of the campaign, Ipswich have given little away, but they struggled to contain Stanley on Sunday, as they conceded two goals and 1.93 expected goals. They were unlucky not to score, but on balance, their defeat was merited. Not only did Lambert's side give quite a bit away against Accrington, but they've started to concede more chances at home in recent times. They've shipped a decent average of 0.9 expected goals at Portman Road, but after giving next to nothing away in their first two, have conceded figures of 1.15, 1.34 and 1.21 in their last three, so teams are certainly starting to create opportunities against the league leaders.

Rotherham were also beaten at the weekend, but they've not been overly easy to get the better of away from home, so the Millers may just fancy themselves to upset League 1's current pacemakers.

By losing two, drawing one and winning three, Rotherham have been a bit up and down on their travels, but considering that they've faced four top-ten sides, they've not done too badly at all.

The main issue for Paul Warne's men, who've scored in all but one of their six travelling matches, is that they've struggled to keep teams at bay. The Millers have kept just one clean sheet on the road this season and have surrendered an average of 1.53 expected goals, conceding some worrying numbers of 2.67 and 1.95 in recent times.

From a betting point of view, 'Over 2.5 Goals & Both Teams to Score' catches the eye. Ipswich have generally been one of League 1's more threatening sides this term, scoring ten goals in five home games, but they've recently started to give more away, so Rotherham should not be discounted offensively. The Millers have given quite a bit away on the road, but they've made a habit of scoring goals, which bodes well given Ipswich's recent dip in defensive form.

'Correct Score' punters can try a 2-1 win for the hosts, who despite seemingly weakening slightly at the back, have simply offered more at home than the visitors have on the road. On this basis, backing Lambert's men to edge it looks to be the best option at the prices.

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