Hull City vs Swansea City: Preview and Prediction

Hull City vs Swansea City: Preview, Prediction and Betting Tips-7th January 2017

Hull City vs Swansea City
FA Cup – Third Round.
Date: Saturday, 7th January 2017,
Kick-off at 15:00 UK.
Venue: KC Stadium, Hull.

Two of the current least rated teams in the English Premier League will clash at KCOM Stadium for the FA Cup 3rd round fixture. They are the teams in the bottom 2 spot of the Premier League table and have been woeful in form.

Hull being the worst of the two teams have been on a 7 game winless run with a draw and 6 defeats. Their last win was a penalty shootout against Newcastle in November League Cup clash. They are currently on the foot of the Premier League with just 13 points from 20 games.

Swansea will come fresh off a 1-2 win over Crystal Palace on Tuesday, this has kept them above their host. Swansea’s Problem can be traced down to their poor defense as they have conceded 48 goals in all competitions.

Hull City vs Swansea City: Head to Head Statistics

  • Hull have been the better team in their last two meetings as they have won both.
  • The Tigers have also kept clean sheets in their last 2 games against Swansea City.
  • Their meetings at KCOM have produced 7 wins for Hull City, 3 draws and 4 wins for the Swans.

Hull City vs Swansea City: Prediction

There is no difference between the two sides as they are on a poor form since the start of the season. They are the highest conceding teams in the Premier League having conceded above 45 goals in all competitions.

We are expecting a high scoring affair in this one with at least 4 goals in the game and both teams grab a share of the goal.

Hull City vs Swansea City: Bet Tips

Both teams to score (yes) at 1.90 (10/11)
Over 2.5 goals at 1.74 (20/27).

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