Hull City vs Sheffield United – Preview, and Prediction

Hull City vs Sheffield United –    Hull City will be looking for a better outcome after losing to Queens Park Rangers 3-1 in the previous Championship meeting.

Hull City had 50% of the possession in that game and 3 of their 7 shots on goal were successful. Tyler Smith scored for Hull City in the 85th second.

Seven of Queens Park Rangers’ 11 attempts on goal were on target. For Queens Park Rangers, goals were scored by Ilias Chair (10′), Ethan Laird (15′), and Chris Willock (40′).

In five of the last six games involving Hull City, at least three goals per game were scored. In these games, their opponents scored 14, while Hull City totaled just 10. However, there is no guarantee that this pattern will continue into the match.

According to the form guide going into this game, Hull City: have lost their last 4 league games without having defeated Sheffield United. are undefeated in their last six home league games.

Sheffield United enters the encounter having defeated Reading by a score of 4-0 in the Championship. In that encounter, Sheffield United had 57% of the possession and 7 of their 18 efforts on goal were successful.

For Sheffield United, the scoring were Oli McBurnie (11′), Anel Ahmedhodžić (46′, 81′) and Iliman Ndiaye (62′). Reading,  on the other hand, made 5 attempts at goal, with 0 of them going in.

In their last six games, Sheffield United under Paul Heckingbottom had reason to celebrate after scoring 12 goals. They have given up a total of 5 goals during those same matchups.

have played Hull City away from home in the last two league games without losing to them. have gone undefeated in their past two league road games. have lost all three of their league games they’ve played away from home.

Hull City vs Sheffield United – Betting Analysis

A comparison of their previous meetings, which date back to 23/02/2018, reveals that Hull City has won one and Sheffield United has won three, with two games ending in draws.

11 goals were scored between the two teams during this time span, with 3 coming from The Tigers and 8 from The Blades. That equals 1.83 goals per game on average.

Shota Arveladze, the manager of Hull City, will be without Billy Chadwick (cruciate ligament injury), Ozan Tufan (muscle fiber tear), and Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (hamstring injury).

With Matt Ingram, Tobias Figueiredo, Jacob Greaves, Alfie Jones, Cyrus Christie, Ryan Woods, Ryan Longman, Regan Slater, Callum Elder, scar Estupián, and Tyler Smith, we believe The Tigers will play the game in a 3-5-2 formation.

Paul Heckingbottom, the manager of Sheffield United, does not have access to his entire roster. There will be no performances here by Jack O’Connell (knee surgery) or Jayden Bogle (knee problems).

Wesley Foderingham, Anel Ahmedhodzic, John Egan, R. Norrington-Davies, George Baldock, Oliver Norwood, Tommy Doyle, Max Lowe, Sander Berge, Iliman Ndiaye, and Oliver McBurnie are likely to start for The Blades in a 3-4-2-1 formation.

Hull City vs Sheffield United – Head -to- Head




Sheffield United

Our Prediction: Under 3-5 Goals