In that game, Millwall had 47% of the possession and made 22 efforts on goal, scoring on six of them. Hull City made 7 attempts at goal, and two of them were successful. Hull City’s goal came from Adama Traoré (70′).
Observing a zero in the scoreline during more recent Millwall games is an intriguing aspect. Considering their past six matches, a wager on “Both Teams to Score” would have lost in as many as five of them.
As evidenced by their prior performances, Millwall has gone 7 games without dropping a league match against Preston North End. In their last two league games, they have failed to win at home.
Preston North End enters this match off of a 2-1 Championship victory against Reading. In that game, Preston North End had 66% of the possession and made 23 attempts on goal, scoring on seven of them.
Tom Cannon (56′) and Brad Potts (92′) scored the goals for Preston North End. Three of Reading’s eight attempts at goal were successful. Reading’s goal came in the 83rd minute from Kelvin Ehibhatiohan.
Preston North End, under the leadership of Ryan Lowe, have scored 11 goals in their last six games. Seven goals have been conceded against them in those same confrontations.
Prior to this encounter, Preston North End had lost all three of its previous league games against Millwall when played away from home.
Millwall vs Preston – Betting Analysis
A review of prior results between these clubs dating back to February 15, 2020, reveals that Preston North End has not fared well in these meetings.
They haven’t been able to win any games at all, whereas Millwall has outperformed them, defeating them in 67% of those games.
Over the course of those games, the two clubs combined for 14 goals, with 10 coming from The Lions and 4 coming from The Lilywhites. That equals 2.33 goals per game on average.
The two teams’ most recent league meeting took place on Championship Match Day 21 on 12/11/2022, with Preston North End defeating Millwall 2-4.
On that particular day, Preston North End had 58% of the possession and 4 of their 17 shots were on goal. Andrew Hughes (20′) and Ched Evans (28′) scored the goals.
4 of Millwall’s 5 shots on goal were on target. Charlie Cresswell (72′) and Zian Flemming (4′, 16′, and 64′) both scored. Oliver Langford served as the official. For Millwall manager Gary Rowett, Billy Mitchell (ankle injury) and Callum Styles (muscle injury) will be sidelined.
The Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe only has to deal with one fitness concern because the team’s players are mainly healthy. Ched Evans (Unknown Injury) is unable to play in this contest.
We have a gut feeling that Millwall can beat Preston North End while keeping a clean sheet, even though the visitors may struggle to score.
What are the best odds for the game?
Turning to the betting odds in the full-time result market, a win for Millwall can be had for 1.89, a wager on a draw is 3.32 and selecting the win for Preston North End gets you 4.6. Those are the best of the market prices available at the current time.
Millwall vs Preston – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals