Betting Tips

Championship – 33/1 Bet Builder: Millwall v Fulham


Fulham have eased back into Championship life.

Four points from six see the Cottagers lead the way already, as Marco Silva looks to make it three Championship promotions in a row for the west Londoners.

Millwall are up next, as Fulham travel across the capital looking to take another scalp.

Check out our meaty 33/1 Bet Builder:

  • Fulham to win
  • Ivan Cavaleiro to score anytime
  • Maikel Kieftenbeld to be booked
  • Both teams to score

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Millwall v Fulham Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Fulham to win

The Cottagers are riding a wave following their 5-1 demolition of Huddersfield Town at the weekend.

Marco Silva has his Fulham side playing some impressive attacking football, with a plethora of options at his disposal.

Millwall have conceded nine goals in their last four Championship home matches, and a Fulham win looks a good option on Tuesday.

Ivan Cavaleiro to score anytime

A 13-minute cameo for Ivan Cavaleiro at Huddersfield on Saturday saw the Portuguese forward bag a brace.

Silva has a selection headache at The Den, but Cavaleiro looks ready to impress.

If handed the opportunity, we expect the nonchalant number 17 to find the net.

Maikel Kieftenbeld to be booked

Millwall’s central midfielder has already found himself in the book this season.

Combine that with his three Championship seasons of double-figured bookings, and the Dutchman is a prime candidate to be exposed by this Fulham attack.

Both teams to score

Millwall have found the net in their last eight and should be able to make a game of this on Tuesday.

The Championship is used to high-scoring encounters, and we reckon we’re on for another here.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.