Swansea vs Reading Playoff betting
Championship play off final betting preview
Swansea are reaping the rewards of their transfers this season as Scott Sinclair and Fabio Borini have performed so well this season with the former Chelsea man leading the clubs scoring charts with 24 goals. Sinclair isn’t the only threat though, with lethal marksman Borini on loan from managerless Chelsea and Darren Pratley who can score on their day also lining up. Swansea’s array of forward going talent though is complemented by their exceptional back five. Key man Angel Rangel will need to be in form at Wembley on Monday if he is to neutralize Reading’s quick wingers.
Swansea’s first play-off leg ended in the same result as Reading’s with a bore draw of 0-0 so with both teams maybe going for defensive stability over goals, goals, goals why not bet on it being 0-0 after 90 minutes at odds of 10.0 with StanJames.
Reading went into the play offs as the form team in the league but will to Wembley as the underdogs against a Swansea team who have performed so well this season. Shane Long has scored a fantastic 25 goals in all competitions so far this season and will be the favourite to score for the Royals in the final at Wembley, he may have gone 10 games with only 1 goal at the start of the season but since then the Irishman who cost a bargain 30,000 euros has been on stunning form. Over 60% of his goals have come in the first half of games so why not have a bet on him flying out of the traps again at odds of 7.0 on Victor Chandler.
The Royals play off campaign began in a bore draw at home against Cardiff which epitomized their defensive stability over the past season, and along with Swansea they have conceded the least goals in the league apart from winners Q.P.R so why not bet on their being less than 2.5 goals at odds of 1.67 with Victor Chandler.
Correct score after 90 minutes 0-0 10.0 StanJames
First Goalscorer Shane Long 7.0 Victor Chandler
Under 2.5 goals 1.67 Victor Chandler
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