Relegation may be all but confirmed for little Yeovil, but they’re set to go down windmilling and their flying fists will dent Brighton’s play-off hopes.
A monstrous 7/1 says the Glovers will prevail on what’s sure to be their final Championship away game for at least a season, which is a far superior offering to the 9/25 about a home win.
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Brighton have won just two of their previous seven at home.
A home match against the side propping up the division is about as dreamy as it gets for teams hoping to snatch a last minute play-off place, but this will prove quite the opposite for the Seagulls, who’ve struggled to get the job done on the homestead of late.
Even the woefully out of sorts Blackpool managed to scrape a share of the spoils on their visit to the Amex Stadium, which lends favour to the 2/1 that says the away side will avoid defeat here.
This Yeovil double chance offering gains further support from the fact that they’re unbeaten in four of their previous five on the road.
Wigan, Leicester and Blackburn are among the second-tier behemoths who were unable to get the better of the Somerset side in recent weeks.
Only two of their previous ten hosts in the league have been stern enough to stop them scoring too.
In four home games with sides currently in the bottom five, Oscar Garcia’s side have pocketed just one win.
Birmingham were the only outfit incapable of plundering at least a point at Brighton, who have been unable to bag more than a solitary goal in any of these four aforementioned outings.
Should they fail to register a multi-goal haul at Yeovil’s expense, it’s more than likely the visitors will at least grab a point, but the victory that will ensure the elongation of their Championship stay up until at least five o’clock on Saturday is not out of the question.