For our Rotherham vs. Preston prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
Two sides with few prospects remaining this season meet in the Championship as Rotherham United face Preston North End.
Rotherham United currently sit 20th in the Championship with nine wins, thirteen draws and fourteen losses from thirty-six games this season.
The Millers have had a solid season back in the Championship following promotion from League One last time out as they look set to secure survival in England's second tier for another year.
They enter this game amidst a solid run of form having won two, drawn one and lost one of their last four matches, the most recent of which was a 2-0 defeat at Birmingham City.
The Birmingham loss was a disappointing one given it followed a string of good results but they have shown enough this season to suggest it can be but a minor blip in the remainder of their campaign.
Their home record has generally been strong, with The Millers having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five matches on home soil.
Rotherham are eight points clear of the relegation zine with ten games remaining and considering the form of the three sides in the relegation zone they should secure safety from here. A win this weekend would be a huge step in that direction and it's one they should fancy themselves to get.
Preston North End currently sit 12th in the Championship with thirteen wins, eleven draws and twelve losses from thirty-six games this season.
Preston have had an up and down season form-wise as they enter this game in mid-table and seven points shy of the play-off places.
While they aren't far off the top six spots they've demonstrated on numerous occasions this season that they aren't of the requisite level to do anything of any note in the promotion race, regardless of their proximity to those who are.
Their form overall has been solid of late having won two and drawn three of their last five matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 2-0 win over Cardiff City.
Their away from hasn't been particularly encouraging of late though, with PNE drawing two and losing one of their last three games on the road.
These two sides drew 0-0 when they met in the league back in August, and we could be in for a similar result here given Preston's poor away form and propensity to draw games.