Fulham v Hull Championship Prediction & Betting Tips – 13th September 201712th September 2017 / lee
Fulham v Hull Championship, 13th September 7.45pm
The Cottagers are yet to find their winning touch for the new season of the Championship with draws in four of their six games so far. They have a tricky home game coming up in midweek as well. Hull have not been faring all that well since their drop down a tier and are struggling to pick up victories because their defence has been wide open. Fulham are 4/5 for the win, with the draw at 11/4 and Hull are a big 16/5 price to pick up the three points away from home.
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Fulham v Hull Betting Tips
Fulham’s lack of scoring this season in the Championship has been a bit of a surprise to many. Last season they were a real force to be reckoned with going forward, but they have returned just the four goals in their six games so far. That has led them to a W1 D4 L1 record. Needless to say really that all of their games this season have seen less than three goals in them. Under 2.5 goals at bet365 returns a price of 6/5 which is looking like some value. So far at home this season they have only played out a D2 L1 record and they have conceded exactly one goal in each of those matches. Both draws were a 1-1 scoreline and in the bet365 Correct Score market, the 1-1 draw is trading at a price of 6/1 for this one to follow suit. These two did meet in the FA Cup last season, just back at the end of January, this year actually and Fulham posted a 4-1 home win over the Tigers. That is their only win in their last six games against Hull now with a W1 D1 L4 record going.
But Hull haven’t been going well in the Championship and have lost three of their last four played and their defence has been at sixes and sevens. They have conceded an average of two goals per game this season and they have scored themselves at the same rate. So do you judge them on attack or lack of defence? Hull were hammered 5-0 at Derby on the weekend and they have lost their last two away games now going W1 L2 for the season out on the road so they are clearly vulnerable. Both teams not to score at bet365 in the game returns a price of 6/5 and up in the anytime goalscorer market Fulhams Aboubaker Kamara and Rui Fonte are joint 11/8 favourites. The visitors will be carrying the extra attacking threat, but will their defence be able to hold out?
Who will win – Fulham v Hull Predictions
Fulham to win: This should be interesting between Hull’s good attack and Fulham’s great defence. It may just be worth backing the strength of the Fulham’s defence to hold out to help guide them to a narrow victory.
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