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Hull vs Preston prediction, free betting tips & odds

Date: 28th October 2023
Kick-Off: 15:00 UK, 16:00 CET
Venue: MKM Stadium

The odds are accurate at the time of writing and are subject to change. Check carefully before finalising your wager with your bookmaker.

Hull vs Preston: Top free betting tips

On the back of a long winless streak, Preston North End make a trip to Hull City for the next EFL Championship engagement on Saturday, 29 October. The Tigers enter this game after getting a much-awaited league victory against Birmingham City.

Match result prediction: Draw

Hull City have gone winless in their last five fixture at MKM Stadium. However, the Tigers have concluded four of those games with equal scores. On the other hand, Preston North End have gone without a victory in the last six league fixture and concluded three in draws. Furthermore, the last two H2H meetings between these two sides have ended with equal scores. Given these statistics, we predict the teams to share the points on coming Saturday.

Both teams to score prediction: Yes

Hull City have found the back of the net in four of their last five fixtures at MKM Stadium. But the Tigers have managed to claim jut one clean sheet in that course. On the other hand, Preston North End have also rattled the net in each of their last three league outings. Defensively, the Lilywhites have allowed goals at the back in all of their previous five Championship fixtures. Hence, we can predict a BTTS outcome for this game, a change to the teams’ recent H2H trend.

Correct score prediction: 1-1 Draw

Preston North End have netted the ball five times in their last five league outings. On the other hand, Hull City have been limited to scoring just one goal in four of their previous five fixtures at MKM Stadium. However, their defence has been quite favourable as they have conceded only one goal in three matches in the aforestated period, keeping one clean sheet. In light of the current scenario, we predict this game to conclude with a 1-1 draw.

Hull vs Preston: Form, recent games, and news

Hull preview

Hull City broke their winless streak with a victory over Birmingham City by a 0-2 lead. Liam Delap put Hull in the lead in just the 12th minute and Jaden Philogene continued the dominance by notching a goal in the 74th minute. Regan Slater and Harry Vaughan will be sidelined in the next fixture due to injury concerns.

Preston preview

Preston North End made a comeback against Southampton to get a 2-1 lead through Osmajic and Brad Potts in 55 minutes. However, the Lilywhites’ Ched Evans gifted an own goal to the opposition in stoppage time to cost his team two points. The team’s readiness is severely affected with four players being on the injury list.

FAQs regarding Hull vs PrestonHull vs Preston

Who is the Hull player to watch? Liam Delap.
Who is the Preston player to watch? Mads Frøkjær-Jensen.
What was the last Head to Head result? 0-0 Draw.


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