Middlesbrough vs Hull – Middlesbrough wants to improve on their most recent result, a 5-1 Championship victory against Norwich City.

Middlesbrough enjoyed 48% of the game’s possession and 6 of its 8 shots on goal were successful. Aaron Ramsey (7′), Hayden Hackney (41′), Cameron Archer (43′, 45′), and Chuba Akpom (49′) scored goals for Middlesbrough.

Three of Norwich City’s 11 shots on goal were on goal. Norwich City’s goal was scored by Josh Sargent (45′). Middlesbrough has recently struggled to retain a clean sheet, despite the fact that they have also found the back of the net on occasion.

Middlesbrough’s goal has been violated in 5 of their most recent 6 games, yet they have also managed to score in 6 of those contests. Hull City and Blackburn Rovers drew 0-0 in their previous game in the Championship.

Hull City had 38% of the possession in that contest and 3 of its 11 shots on goal were successful. Blackburn Rovers attempted 14 goals, two of which were on target.

Hull City, led by Liam Rosenior, have scored 7 goals over the course of their last six games, giving them an average of 1.17 goals per game. Prior to this encounter, Hull City had not lost on the road at Middlesbrough in the previous two league games.

Middlesbrough vs Hull – Betting Analysis

Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to April 13, 2019, we can see that Middlesbrough has won two of them and Hull City has won three, with one match ending in a draw.

Over the course of four games, they combined to score 15 goals, with 7 of the goals coming from The Boro and 8 from The Tigers. That equals 2.5 goals per game on average.

In their previous league meeting on November 1, 2022, Hull City defeated Middlesbrough 1-3 in Championship Match Day 19.

Hull City had 57% of the possession in that game and 2 of their 10 shots on goal were successful. Tobias Figueiredo (63′ Own Goal) and Cyrus Christie (60′, 80′ Own Goal) both scored goals.

Middlesbrough’s 6 shots on goal at the other end, 3 of them were on target. Chuba Akpom scored after 30 seconds. Dean Whitestone served as the match’s arbitrator.

Due to a completely injury-free roster to choose from, Middlesbrough manager Michael Carrick will be glad to have no fitness concerns at all going into this match.

Zack Steffen, Tom Smith, Patrick Mcnair, Darragh Lenihan, Ryan Giles, Hayden Hackney, Jonathan Howson, Marcus Forss, Chuba Akpom, Aaron Ramsey, and Cameron Archer are likely to get the start for The Boro in this match under a possible 4-2-3-1 formation.

Liam Rosenior, the manager of Hull City, has no concerns about his team’s health going into this game because every single member of the squad is injury-free.

Karl Darlow, Lewie Coyle, Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves, A. Sayyadmanesh, Jean Michael Seri, Regan Slater, Dimitrios Pelkas, Ozan Tufan, and Malcolm Ebiowei are likely to play in a 4-4-2 formation for The Tigers.

Hull City can score against this Middlesbrough team in this game, albeit it probably won’t be quite as many as they have against them in previous games.

 What are the best odds for this match?

Checking the betting prices for this game in the win-draw-win market, backing Middlesbrough is available for 1.48, a wager on a draw is 4.52 and taking a punt on the win for Hull City can be had at 6.6. Those are the top bets offered at the moment.

Middlesbrough vs Hull – Head -to- Head

Middlesbrough vs Hull

Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals

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