Match Preview: Hull 0-4 Leeds Predictions and Betting Tips, Championship

Tips & Predictions For Today, February 29, 2020.

League: ENGLAND: Championship – Round 36
Match: 13:30 Hull – Leeds
Tip: Away Win
Odd: 1.45
Bookmaker: Unibet
Match Result: 0:4 WON!!!

Match Preview

  • Relegation-threatened Hull City’s 1-0 defeat to Barnsley made it nine Championship games in a row without a win (D2, L7), and nine consecutive league matches without a clean sheet. Notably, 15 of the 20 goals conceded in that sequence came after the 30th minute.
  • Possessing the division’s second-worst home record (W6, D3, L9), the ‘Tigers’ are winless in six home league games (D1, L5), conceding an average of 2.5 goals per fixture during that run. Both teams have scored in 50% of Hull’s home league matches this term, leading to 61.11% of their Championship home games producing over 2.5 goals.
  • Leeds United, meanwhile, continued their automatic promotion push with a third straight 1-0 Championship win. That marked a sixth consecutive league game featuring under 2.5 goals (W3, D1, L2), and a fifth in a row with under 1.5 first-half goals.
  • The ‘Whites’ can now boast the second-best away record in the league (W9, D4, L5), having found the net in 77.78% of their Championship away games. Scoring 19 of their 26 away league goals after half-time (73.08%), it’s worth noting that eight arrived beyond the 75th minute.
  • Players to watch: Mateusz Klich scored Leeds’ winner in midweek, and all four of his league goals this season have now been netted against Yorkshire clubs – none coming earlier than the 45th minute.
  • Hull’s Mallik Wilks has scored three goals across his last four Championship appearances, netting all three on or after the 40th minute.
  • Stat attack: Leeds have the better of the Championship H2Hs (W7, D6, L4). The last three meetings have been won ‘to nil’, twice by Leeds.
  • Each of the last five H2Hs produced under 2.5 goals and an average of 4.0 yellow cards.
  • Hull have conceded 28 goals after the 60th minute this Championship campaign – only Luton Town have fared worse in this period.