Match Preview: Hull – West Brom Predictions and Betting Tips 03.03.2023

Match Preview: Hull – West Brom Predictions

Hull – West Brom Predictions & Tips For Today. 1xBet Tips for March 3, 2023.

Match: 21:00 Hull – West Brom
Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Odd: 1.36
Bookmaker: Bet365
Match Result: 2:0 WON!!!

Hull – West Brom Predictions and Preview

  • After an impressive run of four wins from six Championship matches had Hull City dreaming of a potential play-off push, they have been dealt a harsh dose of reality by succumbing to a four game winless run (D2, L2). Tigers boss Liam Rosenior felt his side were on the wrong end of a penalty call in their defeat at Bristol City last time out (L 1-0), but Hull have never lost back-to-back games under the boss so they’ll search for immediate redemption in this Friday night clash with West Brom.
  • A six-match unbeaten home league run (W2, D4) should serve to boost confidence that Hull prolong that record, but the Baggies coming to town could prove to be the straw that broke the camel’s back as far as that impressive run goes considering the Tigers have lost the last six Championship H2Hs, including a 5-2 hammering in this season’s reverse fixture!
  • One of the Championship’s in-form sides not that long ago, West Brom’s promotion push has faltered in recent weeks, with the Baggies labouring to just two wins from their last six league games (D1, L3). They did at least go some way to getting back on track with a 2-0 victory over high-flying Middlesbrough last weekend, turning in a “fantastic” performance in the eyes of boss Carlos Corberán.
  • Following that up with another victory is now key for West Brom’s play-off push, but with just one pair of back-to-back league wins this calendar year, that is by no means guaranteed. Three successive Championship road defeats will do little to boost confidence either, though having won four of five historical Championship away H2Hs (L1), a trip to Hull could be the perfect remedy for a recent poor travelling run.
  • Players to watch: Óscar Estupiñán scored both Hull’s goals in the reverse fixture and he has seen his last six club strikes arrive after half-time. Also at the double was West Brom’s lucky charm Daryl Dike against Boro and interestingly, all 11 of his career Championship scoring appearances have ended in victory.
  • Hot streak: West Brom are winless in their last eight Friday-held Championship away games (D2, L6).