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Sunderland vs Millwall prediction, betting odds & free tips 03/12/2022


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After a month’s break, Sunderland and Millwall return to action ahead of schedule. Both sides look to get their mojo back, the Black Cats looking to get out of midtable obscurity while the Lions battle for top-six placement.

Millwall to Win

Sunderland’s inconsistency has been hard to bear for their fans. A run of two wins and a draw from their last four outings have improved their rankings and fans’ morale at the Stadium of Light. Millwall will be unfazed by their rivals’ form as they look to extend their three-match unbeaten run. They earned an impressive 2-4 victory over Preston in their last league outing and can get a similar result as they restart their Championship adventures.

Over 2.5 Goals

Four of the last five duels between these sides have finished with Under 2.5 Goals. We should see the culmination of this trend as both sides return to action following the FIFA World Cup 2022 enforced break. They headed into the break with Over 2.5 Goals results in their favour and their clash should see the continuation of this norm.

Both Teams to Score

These sides last met in the 2017/18 Championship campaign. The doubleheader finished in stalemates at each time of asking. Goals were observed at both ends of the pitch and more of the same is expected in this encounter. With Millwall scoring four in their last league game and Sunderland impressing with two in the dismantling of Birmingham, BTTS should come to fruition.

Sunderland vs Millwall Fixture Preview

Sunderland

A tardy start to the campaign saw Sunderland struggle in the bottom half of the Championship points table. The Black Cats have seemingly gotten their act together, scoring goals for fun while keeping their rivals at bay. They have registered two wins in their last three outings and stand only four points behind the promotion playoff slots.

Millwall

The Lions continue to improve on their showings and are fighting for promotion slots. While Burnley has accrued a 10-point lead over them, Millwall has a game in hand and can claw at the lead to claim fourth place on the rankings. This is still time to run in the 2022/23 campaign that can see them battle for the automatic promotion slots rather than settle for the playoff lottery.

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Head to Head

10/09/22

England Championship CHA

Sunderland

Millwall

0

0

03/03/18

England Championship CHA

Millwall

Sunderland

1

1

18/11/17

England Championship CHA

Sunderland

Millwall

2

2

Last Five - Sunderland41

14/01/23

England Championship CHA

74

Swansea

41

Sunderland

3

1

L

07/01/23

England FA Cup FA Cup

82

Shrewsbury

41

Sunderland

1

2

W

01/01/23

England Championship CHA

67

Blackpool

41

Sunderland

1

1

D

29/12/22

England Championship CHA

49

Wigan

41

Sunderland

1

4

W

26/12/22

England Championship CHA

46

Blackburn

41

Sunderland

1

2

W

Last Five - Millwall25

14/01/23

England Championship CHA

36

Middlesbrough

25

Millwall

1

0

L

07/01/23

England FA Cup FA Cup

15

Sheff Utd

25

Millwall

2

0

L

01/01/23

England Championship CHA

13

Rotherham

25

Millwall

0

3

W

29/12/22

England Championship CHA

58

Bristol City

25

Millwall

0

0

D

26/12/22

England Championship CHA

24

Watford

25

Millwall

0

2

W

FAQ about Sunderland vs Millwall

Sunderland vs Millwall

When is the kick-off time? 12:00 GMT on 03 December.
Where is the game being played? Stadium of Light.
Who are the players to watch? Danny Batth (Sunderland) and Zian Flemming (Millwall).

About the author

Owais Khan

Profiling the beautiful game for over a decade, Awais is a business analyst turned sports writer. He has covered football in the maidans of Pakistan and has transitioned to watching 1860 Munich in 3. Liga.