Shrewsbury Town and Rotherham United do battle in the League One play-off final on Sunday afternoon.
Rotherham are 13/10 (2.3) to achieve victory in 90 minutes, having won the last meeting between these sides 1-0 in February.
Shrewsbury finished the league campaign with eight more points, though, and are a tempting 11/5 (3.2) to establish superiority without needing extra-time.
A draw, which has occurred in two of the last six meetings between these sides, is also 11/5 (3.2).
Shrewsbury will be without inspirational captain Abu Ogogo and attacking left-back Junior Brown, meaning Omar Beckles’ will continue at full-back.
Jon Taylor recovered quickly from a dead leg to feature in the second leg of Rotherham’s 4-2 aggregate semi-final victory over Scunthorpe.
Fellow wide man Ryan Williams also picked up a knock in the tie but should start here to aid the South Yorkshire side’s crossing game.
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Paul Hurst’s side have been victorious in 27 of their 48 League One games while Rotherham have lost 15 times - trends which indicate a 44 per cent chance of a repeat and 13 per cent higher than the odds imply.
The Shropshire outfit can be backed to win at 23/20 (2.15) with the draw no bet option, which will refund the stake should this match go into extra-time.
Preview and predictions
Shrewsbury tend to show more ambition after the break, having scored more second half goals than their opponents in three of their last five games.
They are a tempting 5/2 (3.50) to do so again, which we make our best bet.