Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City Preview

October 16, 2015 | By

BetVictor £50 Free BetsEnglish Championship action Saturday lunch time comes from Hillsborough Stadium and features Sheffield Wednesday versus Hull City.

View our Betting Preview, Tips, Predictions and Match Odds for the game which can be seen Live on Sky Sports 1 High Definition with a scheduled 12:30pm (BST) Kick Off Time.

Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City Preview, Championship, Saturday 17th October 2015

Sheffield Wednesday head into this game on Saturday lunch time having enjoyed some good results of late and remain unbeaten in their last five matches played in all competitions. Their last defeat came in the league when losing 3-1 away against Burnley back on the 12th September, but manager Carlos Carvalhal has his players playing with renewed confidence since that defeat and this will certainly be a game that the hosts will fancy winning.

Hull City head into this game having also been in good form of late, their last defeat also coming back on the 12th September when they lost 1-0 away against Brighton & Hove Albion. Three wins and two draws have followed since that defeat and like their hosts, the Hull City players will also be confident of returning back home with the spoils.

Sheffield Wednesday Team News:

Daniel Pudil, Barry Bannan and Fernando Forestieri are all be available for Saturday’s match and look likely to feature for the hosts at some point although it does seem that manager Carvalhal could name an unchanged starting XI given the Owls’ recent form.

Hull City Team News:

The visitors could recall Akpom to the starting lineup to be part of a three-pronged attack with Hernandez and Shaun Maloney. Jake Livermore is likely to keep his place alongside Tom Huddlestone after making his first start of the season in the win over Forest.

Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City Head to Head Statistics:

Saturday’s lunch time game from Hillsborough stadium will become the 13th meeting between the two clubs over the years, of which Sheffield Wednesday have won 3 times with just 1 of those having came with home advantage where as Hull City have managed 6 victories, with 3 of those having came away from home.

As we can see from our head to head to head statistics table shown below, recent meetings between the two clubs shows Hull City with a slight advantage having won twice, compared to Sheffield Wednesday having won just the once and the remaining two matches having finished all square.

20/07/13 FRI Sheffield Wednesday – Hull City 0 : 0
12/01/13 CHA Hull City – Sheffield Wednesday 1 : 3
06/10/12 CHA Sheffield Wednesday – Hull City
0 : 1
25/07/09 FRI Sheffield Wednesday – Hull City
0 : 0
30/12/07 CHA Hull City – Sheffield Wednesday 1 : 0

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Previous Average Goals Per Game Statistics

25 Goals have been scored in the previous 12 meetings between the two clubs and this provides us with an overall average goals per game statistic of 2.08.

13 of those Goals have came in the 7 previous matches played at Hillsborough Stadium and this generates us an average goal scoring statistic of 1.86.

Based on both sets of data shown above, it does seem to indicate that this game is unlikely to be a goal fest with no more than 2 or 3 Goals expected to hit the back of the nets come Saturday afternoon.

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Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City Recent Form All Competitions (Left to Right)

Sheffield Wednesday: D W W W W

Hull City: W D W D W

Sheffield Wednesday just edge the recent form statistics having won four and drawn one of their previous five matches played, compared to Hull City who have won three and drawn two of their previous five matches played.

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Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City Match Betting Odds Market

Sheffield Wednesday are currently the sligh favourites to win this game on Saturday lunch time with a current best price available of 7/4 with BetVictor – Receive £50 Free Bets For New Customers Registering an Account, and this does look about right considering they have the all important home advantage and won their last three matches on the bounce.

The Draw has happened twice in the last five meetings played between the two clubs and with both sides in good form at the moment I can definitely see this game possibly ending up all square when all is said and done come Saturday afternoon and this is currently a best price of 11/5 with Bet365 – Receive £200 Matched Bonus Bets For New Customers.

Hull City have a good record against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough Stadium and it will surprise me to see them get beat in this game which makes their current best price of 9/5 with BetVictor – Receive £50 Free Bets For New Customers, looking good value.

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Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City Match Predictions, Banker Tips & First Goal Scorer Bets

This match is very difficult to call on a confident winner of as their are certainly arguments for both sides to win this match.

Sheffield Wednesday will be in confident mood having won their last three matches on the bounce and with home advantage and a packed out Hillsborough crowd fully behind them, they obviously have a big chance of adding what could be an important 3pts to their tally.

However, their recent form against Hull City at home is hardly anything to get excited about as with only one victory in their last seven home fixtures it does seem to suggest that Hull City are a side they find difficult to beat and I can definitely see Hull City getting at least something from this game to back home.

As such my Banker Free Tip is going to be for Both Teams to Score as I am expecting this match to end up in either a 1-1 draw or 2-1 either way and this is pretty much what the average goals per game statistics are suggesting so it lines up well with that.

My First Goalscorer Free Tip is going to be for Hull City striker Abel Hernandez to Score the First Goal of the Game as he has already scored the first goal of the game 4 previous times for Hull City this season and does seem to be the main danger main for the visitors.

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