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Hull City vs Coventry Predictions

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Hull City
Coventry

Hull City Draw No Bet

Reason for tip

Hull have lost only one of their last 14 home league games and having made a strong start to the Championship season, collecting ten points in five outings, they look the likelier victors in this clash with Coventry.

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Hull City 2-1

Reason for tip

Backing Hull with the draw no bet option looks the way to go and correct-score punters should side with a 2-1 home win as both teams have scored in four of the Tigers’ five league matches.

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Hull City vs Coventry Predictions

  • Hull are unbeaten in four Championship games, taking ten points along the way
  • Coventry have won only one of their opening five league games
  • Hull took four points from two meetings with Coventry last season

Tigers can maintain their fast start

Hull made some eye-catching business over the summer and they have been rewarded with a fast start, collecting ten points from their opening five Championship clashes.

Prior to the international break, Hull brought an end to Leicester’s perfect record with a 1-0 victory at the King Power Stadium, which stretched their own unbeaten run to four.

Liam Rosenior’s side have been pretty dominant on home soil and their opening two league games at the MKM Stadium have seen them defeat Sheffield Wednesday 4-2 and draw 1-1 with Bristol City.

That means Hull have lost just one of their last 14 home league games, with last season’s champions Burnley the only side to have triumphed on their trip to Yorkshire.

New-look Sky Blues taking time to click

So while Hull have taken ten points from their last four games, Coventry have managed to win only one of their opening five matches.

Last season’s playoff final victims are taking time to adapt, having been forced to sell their most prized assets Viktor Gyokeres and Gustavo Hamer and their replacements yet to hit the ground running.

The Sky Blues have drawn three successive league matches and they were beaten 3-2 on their visit to Hull last season.

Given the way Hull have started the campaign, this looks a tricky trip for Coventry, who have won only one of their last five away league games.

Backing Hull with the draw no bet option looks the way to go and correct-score punters should side with a 2-1 home win as both teams have scored in four of the Tigers’ five league matches.

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