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Plymouth Argyle vs Rotherham United in League One on Feb 26. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Plymouth Argyle vs Rotherham United in League One on Feb 26. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Two of the top five in League One face off on Saturday as leaders Rotherham travel south to take on play-off hopefuls Plymouth.

The form table points towards this being one of the games of the weekend in the third tier, as both sides head into it with plenty of momentum.

The visitors are favourites for this one, and some popular betting sites have them at odds-on to claim all three points. Read on for our expert football betting tips for the game.

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Rotherham Win To Nil

Plymouth may be on a good run themselves currently, but it’s tough to back against high-flying Rotherham at the moment. The South Yorkshire outfit have won six of their last seven in the league (prior to facing Morecambe in midweek). The only time they dropped points in that spell was in a 1-1 draw to second-placed Wigan Athletic.

The Millers have won their last four away games in League One, and they’ve done that without conceding a single goal.

Paul Warne’s men have proved strong in every department this season, and although Plymouth will be no easy task, an away victory looks the way to go in this one.

Argyle have stuttered slightly at home recently, losing three of their last five games at Home Park. They’ve scored just four times in that period too, and they could struggle on the goals front again here against such a water-tight Millers backline.

With these things in mind, the price available on a Rotherham Win To Nil at odds of 5/2 with Sportnation looks too good to pass up on.

Plymouth Argyle Form, squad news, opinion

After a patchy run of form at the end of last year, and the start of this one, it’s been a positive last few weeks for Steven Schumacher’s team.

Prior to their midweek visit to Cambridge United, Plymouth have won all of their last four League One games. They even managed to hold Premier League Chelsea to a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes at Stamford Bridge, before ultimately losing that FA Cup tie in extra time. It was a gallant effort, though, and it showed the togetherness of this Argyle side.

The League One play-off battle is pretty tight at the moment, but Plymouth are firmly in the thick of it. They’re scoring goals for fun away from home (16 in their last 6 league games), but they haven’t quite had that same joy at Home Park recently, so that’s something they’ll certainly be looking to improve on sooner rather than later.

Rotherham United Form, squad news, opinion

A 1-1 draw against League One promotion rivals Wigan last weekend maintained Rotherham’s six-point lead at the top of the table. The Latics do have two games in hand on them, but Warne will be more than happy with the position his side are in.

The Millers won their previous six in all competitions prior to that stalemate (one on penalties in the EFL Trophy), and they’ve got a great balance throughout their side.

The strike partnership of Michael Smith and Freddie Ladapo has certainly been a success this campaign. Smith currently has 17 league goals this term, and Ladapo has netted 9 times in League One so far.

History

These two last met on the opening day of the season. Goals from Ladapo and Ben Wiles saw Rotherham come away with a 2-0 victory.

It’s been fairly even between the clubs throughout their history, with Argyle winning 8 of their 19 clashes, and Rotherham winning 6.

About the Venue

Home Park opened in 1893, but it wasn’t until 1901 that it became the home of Plymouth Argyle. Back then it was an oval-shaped bowl, but over the years it’s undergone several renovations to be what it is now. 2001 saw three all-seater stands built, and in 2007 work was done to make it an all-seater.

The stadium holds up 18,600 supporters, and Plymouth have averaged 12,579 (seventh best in League One) fans at home this season. Home Park’s four close stands means an intimate atmosphere is created on match days.

Conclusion

We’re likely to see an entertaining clash at Home Park between two of the top sides in League One at the minute. Rotherham have been surging for several months now, and when they’re at their best, it’s hard for any team in the division to stop them.

Plymouth haven’t quite been firing on their own patch recently, so coupled with the Millers’ strong away form, we could see another success for Warne’s side.

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