Crystal Palace and lowly Doncaster Rovers will lock horns on Tuesday evening in a rearranged Championship fixture at Selhurst Park.
The visitors go in to the game on the back of three straight defeats, a run that has left them five points adrift of safety.
Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to league leaders Southampton took Rovers’ goal difference to -30, which is the worst record in the division.
Both of the goals at St Mary’s came from Doncaster old boy Billy Sharp, who, despite leaving the Keepmoat Stadium in January, remains top scorer with ten goals.
With fears of relegation increasing, it is perhaps no surprise that Dean Saunders’ men are huge outsiders at 4/1. The draw is at 12/5, while the hosts are odds-on favourites at 7/10.
Palace’s defeat last time out at Derby County was their first in 11 league games. However, seven of those ten unbeaten games finished all square, meaning that a late push for the play-offs is most probably out of the question.
In fact, only Cardiff City have more draws in the division than Palace (14), but Dougie Freedman’s men will be confident in their ability to take all three points here and add to Doncaster’s woes.
Only Doncaster themselves have scored fewer goals in front of their own fans than Palace, but with the visitors on a downward spiral, one goal could well be enough.
You can get odds of 5/1 for a 1-0 home victory, meaning punters who use their free £25 bet would see a return of £150 if they correctly back that scoreline.
Recommended bet: Crystal Palace to beat Doncaster 1-0 @ 5/1
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