Norwich v Reading10/04/2019 19:45
|Home Win+Over 1.5 goals|
Rotherham v Aston Villa10/04/2019 19:45
The Canaries are without a key creative force with Emi Buendia suspended for this game. But, I still think Norwich will cruise to another victory tomorrow night.
We played some brilliant football in the 4-0 win against QPR, although they did help us out a lot with a terribly sloppy first-half performance.
Still, Norwich continues to play attractive, and clinical football, and I see us scoring two or more goals and winning tomorrow.
Norwich has scored two or more goals in 11 of their last 12 home games, and the relegation scrapping Reading side will likely struggle.
Reading conceded three goals in their last match, losing 3-1 to Hull on the road.
They have failed to make an impact against the best teams in the league, losing 3-0 to Leeds, 4-0 to Sheffield United, 2-1 to Derby and more.
Yes, they have managed to keep the scoreline down in a number of away games, but I struggle to see them keeping this free-scoring Norwich side out.
Also, Norwich can be quite vulnerable to conceding a goal or two. And, this game tends to see goals, with both teams scoring in their last eight head to head meetings.
A Reading goal is not such a bad thing, as it will make Norwich push to score a few more goals.
Even though, Norwich rarely needs an excuse to score goals as they often push for more even in commanding positions.
This looks like a real banker for me, and I see great value in both teams to score at 4/6.
Rotherham are consistent scorers at the New York Stadium, only failing to score in two home matches this season.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa are one of the most inform teams in the league right now.
Winning their last six games in a row while winning their last three on the road, scoring seven goals.
But, Villa tends to struggle at the other end, and I see them conceding once again tomorrow night.
Villa have conceded in six of their last eight away games, and Rotherham will be desperate to get a result as they struggle in a relegation battle.
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