Match Preview: Wolves 2-2 Hull City Prediction and Betting Tips 03.04.2018

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Wolves 2-2 Hull City

Date: 03.04.2018 | Match at: 19:45 | League: England – Championship | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33 | Bookie: Betfair


Match Preview

As Wolves (W4, L1) lead the pack for promotion, Hull City simmer in 18th spot, just six points from the relegation zone. (W2, D1, L2).
With seven fixtures left in the Championship, Wolves face a constant challenge from Cardiff City, who are potentially six-points from taking first-place. With away losses to Aston Villa and Fulham, as well as draws against Norwich and Preston, Wolves clinched a much-needed matchday 38-win over Middlesbrough. However, with red cards dealt to Ruben Neves and Matt Doherty, Santo Espirito (WOL) will miss two experienced players.
The ‘Tigers’ linger in the bottom half of the league, but having overcome Ipswich 4-3 at home, and Norwich 3-0 away, Hull were stalled in a 3-0 away defeat to Birmingham whilst drawing to Villa in their last outing. Hull will be in high spirits following the internationals however, with Harry Wilson scoring on his Wales debut, Poland’s Kamil Grosicki scoring and assisting, and Jackson Irvine netting for Australia. However, Hull have only won four games this season, scoring just 16 goals and conceding 30 in the process.
With Reading (19th) away to Derby, Bolton (20th) at home to Birmingham (21st), and all four teams separated by just four points, this matchday will have a significant impact on Hull’s second-tier status. Defeat here could potentially see them precariously close to a late-season relegation battle with difficult fixtures awaiting.
Hull City have the head-to-head advantage, claiming 27 victories, drawing 14 and losing 24 matchups against Wolves. The reverse fixture saw Wolves run out winners, in a high-octane 3-2 away victory.
Key players: Benik Afobe has four goals in his last nine league games for Wolves – three coming in two home starts.
Abel Hernandez has six goals in seven league appearances for Hull.
Stat attack: Hull haven’t lost twice to Wolves in a league season since 2005/’06.
Wolves have lost just one home league game to Hull in 12 years.
In the last five meetings, this fixture has seen 13 yellows, two penalties and two own goals.

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