All odds accurate at the time of publishing on 19th November 2020.
Half time draw @ 21/20
Sheffield Wednesday climbed off the foot of the table for the first time this season after they played out a goalless draw against Millwall. Garry Monk, who has since been relieved of his managerial duties, was disappointed his side failed to make their dominance count – “there is a bit of disbelief how we haven’t won that game. Defensively we did exactly what we wanted to do and kept them to a clean sheet and dominated the game with the ball.” Despite their improved form, Garry Monk was replaced with Tony Pulis, who will take charge of Sheffield Wednesday for the first time in their away clash against Preston North End. The Lilywhites have recorded one point more than the Owls this season, which suggests this could be a tight affair. These sides tend to be cautious in the first half, which is demonstrated through Wednesday and Preston being on level terms 7 and 6 times respectively this campaign. Preston have remained level in each of their last four at the break, while Wednesday have been level in 60% of their last five matches. We’re backing this trend to continue, the halftime draw is 21/20 on Rubybet.
Our second tip for this clash is under 10 match corners, which is priced at 11/10 on 10Bet. These sides have both been involved in fewer corner kicks than the Championship average, which suggests there might not be too many set-plays during this game. Wednesday and Preston have recorded 44 and 48 respectively, an average of 4 and 4.36 corners taken per match. Preston have conceded just one more, meaning they average 8.81 corners per fixture. Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday have conceded 62, which means they average 9.64 corners per game. We expect this trend to continue and have backed under 10 match corners on 10Bet, which is priced at 11/10.
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Following a successful 4 years at Celtic where he scored 40 goals in 105 appearances, Scott Sinclair appears to be getting back to his best at Deepdale. He found the back of the net on just three occasions during 18 appearances last season, but has already scored 4 during 6 matches this campaign, including twice in his last three. This improved form suggests Sinclair could be good value at 11/5 to get on the scoresheet again here. Only three players have scored more than him in the Championship, and he will fancy his chances of adding to his tally against the Owls. Wednesday have conceded in 70% of their last 10 clashes, and average 12 shots against per game, which further indicates there will be plenty of opportunities for Sinclair here.
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