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Watford vs Hull Prediction, Free Betting Tips & Odds

Date: 11th December 2022
Kick-Off: 15:00 UK, 16:00 CET
Venue: Vicarage Road
TV: Sky Sports Red Button

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Watford vs Hull: Top Free Betting Tips

After ending consecutive friendly games in draws, Hull City get back to EFL Championship and face Watford on Sunday, 11 December. The Hornets have also managed an undefeated sequence in recent games with two victories and a draw.

Match Result Prediction: Watford to Win

Watford has registered four victories in the last six league outings and concluded one of them in a draw. The Golden Boys also won three of the previous four outings at home. However, Hull City have secured only one win in the last seven attempts and the team lost three of the previous five league duels. Two of the last three H2Hs of these teams have also ended in the favour of Watford and we expect to see the Hornets again taking three points at the end of this game.

Both Teams to Score Prediction: Yes

Watford will not be in doubt about their scoring form because they have missed the target only once in the last eight attempts at home. But the team has claimed only two clean sheets in that course. On the other hand, Hull City have been without successive wins in recent visits, but they managed to hit the target in five of the last six away outings. Three of the last four H2Hs at the home of Watford have ended with BTTS patterns and we hope to see the same in this game as well.

Correct Score Prediction: 2-1 to Watford

Hull City have rattled the net in almost all of the recent outings but scored more than once in only one of the last seven attempts. In opposition, Watford found the back of the net eight times in the last four home games, scoring at least twice in three of them. The Hornets conceded goals in three of the last five hosting duels but managed to clip the rivals to a maximum of one goal in all of them. So we expect  Watford to take a 2-1 victory at the end.

Watford vs Hull: Form, Recent Games, and News

Watford Preview

The Hornets travelled to Arsenal for a friendly game and registered a 2-4 victory. Watford has secured a combination of nine wins and six draws in the 12 league outings and stands in the fourth position on the points table. Goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann will be out of the selection for this game due to an Achilles tendon rupture.

Hull City Preview

The Tigers visited the Turkish side Trabzonspor in the previous game and witnessed a 1-1 draw. Hull City have won only seven of the 21 attempts, along with three draws and find themselves in the twentieth position in the standings. Billy Chadwick and four other players will miss out on this game due to injury issues.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for Watford vs Hull

Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.

Head to Head

22/04/17

England Premier League EPL

Hull

Watford

2

0

29/10/16

England Premier League EPL

Watford

Hull

1

0

Last Five - Watford24

04/02/23

England Championship CHA

28

Reading

24

Watford

2

2

D

28/01/23

England Championship CHA

36

Middlesbrough

24

Watford

2

0

L

21/01/23

England Championship CHA

13

Rotherham

24

Watford

1

1

D

14/01/23

England Championship CHA

67

Blackpool

24

Watford

0

2

W

07/01/23

England FA Cup FA Cup

28

Reading

24

Watford

2

0

L

Last Five - Hull96

04/02/23

England Championship CHA

61

Cardiff

96

Hull

0

1

W

28/01/23

England Championship CHA

1

QPR

96

Hull

0

3

W

20/01/23

England Championship CHA

15

Sheff Utd

96

Hull

1

0

L

14/01/23

England Championship CHA

59

Huddersfield

96

Hull

1

1

D

07/01/23

England FA Cup FA Cup

43

Fulham

96

Hull

2

0

L

FAQs regarding Watford vs Hull

Watford vs Hull

Where is the game being streamed? 1xBet (Geo-restrictions apply).
Who are the players to watch? João Pedro (Watford) and Cyrus Christie (Hull).
Who won the last Head to Head fixture? 2-0 to Hull.