Rotherham vs Bolton Match Info
Match date: 14th September 2019
Kick-Off: 3:00 pm
Stadium: AESSEAL New York Stadium, Rotherham
Rotherham vs Bolton Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
26 Dec 2018 Bolton Wanderers 2 – 1 Rotherham
20 Oct 2018 Rotherham 1 – 1 Bolton Wanderers
6 Feb 2016 Bolton Wanderers 2 – 1 Rotherham
Matches played: 7
Rotherham wins: 3
Bolton wins: 3
Rotherham vs Bolton Stats
- Rotherham have a three-match winless streak across competitions
- Bolton avoided a loss just once this ter, holding Coventry to a goalless draw at home ground
- Millers haven’t beaten the Wanderers since 2015
Rotherham vs Bolton Match Preview
Bolton have done little to make up the -12 points they’ve started the campaign with, travelling to Rotherham for their Matchday 6 with just one point earned in five games and great defensive woes to tend to – as Keith Hill struggles to find any consistency at the back.
Wanderers conceded 17 goals as they suffered league losses to Wycombe (2-0), Tranmere (5-0), Ipswich (0-5), and Gillingham (5-0) and only held Coventry to a goalless draw along the way. They’ve also seen a convincing League Cup loss to Rochdale (5-2) and EFL Trophy loss to Bradford (on penalties after a 1-1 draw) along the way, which will feel just as worrying at this point.
Rotherham now surely hope they can capitalize on such woes and secure the important points in an attempt to keep up with the top part of the table early on, despite losing on consistency themselves after some solid mid-August performances where they beat Shrewsbury (0-4 in League Cup) and Burton Albion (0-1).
Millers have seen losses to Sheffield Wednesday (0-1) and Doncaster Rovers (2-1) since then, with a shaky 1-1 draw against Tranmere along the way – where they conceded a last-gasp equalizer and were denied a win once again. Paul Warne will now want more and we do feel the clash against Bolton is a good chance to get it.
We’ll thus go for Rotherham to secure all three points and we hope not to see the visitors make an impact, as we go for a Home win to Nil at an eye-catching 7/4 with bet365. We have seen Millers tough to score against and we hope for more of the same now.
However, we don’t see this as a very one-sided contest and we thus hope not to see all too many goals along the way, as we also back Under 2.5 Goals FT at 11/10 with Paddy Power. We’ve seen two or fewer goals in three of Rotherham’s last four outings, which does feel like evidence for such a bet.
Rotherham vs Bolton Betting Tips
Rotherham to win to Nil @ 7/4 with bet365
Under 2.5 Goals FT @ 11/10 with Paddy Power
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