- Bournemouth have won their last three Championship games.
- The Cherries have lost just one of their 13 league starts this term (W7, D5).
- However, the visitors have conceded in four of their last five and in all six of their away matches this season.
- Rotherham have lost four of their last five league matches but have managed to score in four of those games.
Cherries Ripe After Three Straight Wins
Second-placed Bournemouth can notch a fourth league win on the spin when they square off against Rotherham United at New York Stadium this Saturday.
The Cherries produced another sound display to beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 in midweek and they remain just a point behind leaders Norwich City going into the weekend’s action.
Jason Tindall’s men have been extremely consistent this term with just one defeat suffered in 13 (W7, D5) and they should have too much quality for hosts Rotherham who have now lost four of their last five following a 3-2 defeat at QPR on Tuesday.
That result left the Millers looking over their shoulders in 19th and their position is likely to have worsened at full time here. Bournemouth are priced fairly at around 4/5 for the three points, but it might be worth throwing both teams to score into the mix as well.
That’s because the Cherries have conceded in all six of their away matches so far, while Rotherham have scored in four of their six home games and in four of their last five starts overall. While we expect the hosts to get in on the act, this should still be another comfy success for Bournemouth so we’re also predicting a 1-3 correct score.