Burnley go into the game against out-of-form Millwall off the back of a thumping 5-1 victory over Nottingham Forest and a draw with high-flying Southampton at Turf Moor.
The Clarets have never won in five league visits to South London but they are unbeaten in their last three games in all competitions and confidence is high.
In stark contrast, The Lions have been toothless in recent weeks, losing their last two league games at Watford and Derby to extend their winless run to six games.
They are priced at evens in the 3Way football betting market to beat Burnley, with the draw at 23/10, despite having won just one home game this season and drawing their last three.
This wretched sequence of results has seen them slip into the bottom three and with just one goal in their last six outings they are really missing the threat of Steve Morison, who moved to Norwich.
Burnley have registered just one win from three away games this campaign but with Charlie Austin banging in five league goals in eight games, they will be confident of taking all three points back to Lancashir and should be backed to do so at 13/5.
On first glance, there should be goals in this game, seeing as it has been 19 matches since Burnley kept a clean sheet and 27 since they were last involved in a goalless draw.
However, a closer look at the form book suggest that odds of 23/10 to see under 1.5 goals in the match could be appealing – there has only been ten goals scored in the past seven league games between the two teams at The Den.
For new customers looking to use their free £25 bet from bwin, a punt on the halftime/fulltime result could be right up your street.
If we expect a cagey first half – as has been the case in several of those ten previous clashes – then the draw/Burnley outcome at 31/4 could secure winnings of £218.
Alternatively, last season’s corresponding fixture ended 1-1 and you can get odds of 21/4 for a repeat scoreline, which considering Millwall’s recent home record could well be worth a shout.
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