Aston Villa vs Hull Match Info
Match date: 19th January 2019
Kick-Off: 3.00pm GMT
Stadium: Villa Park, Birmingham
Aston Villa vs Hull Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
6 Aug 2018 Hull City 1 – 3 Aston Villa
31 Mar 2018 Hull City 0 – 0 Aston Villa
5 Aug 2017 Aston Villa 1 – 1 Hull City
Matches played: 12
Aston Villa wins: 8
Hull wins: 1
Aston Villa vs Hull Stats
- Aston Villa still look for their first win in 2019 after troubled performances against Swansea (0-3) and Wigan (3-0)
- Hull have earned six consecutive wins in Championship and jumped the rivals in a top 6 chase
- Tigers have bagged just one win in 12 head-to-head clashes against Aston Villa
Aston Villa vs Hull Match Preview
Hull travel to Birmingham for their Matchday 28 clash at Aston Villa looking to build on their six-match winning streak, which sees them sitting just four points behind the 6th placed Derby County after 27 games played.
Tigers have seen the winning streak interrupted only with a disappointing FA Cup exit in the hands of Millwall (2-1), where the rivals completed a comeback with two goals in the final ten minutes at the Den. They have bounced back, though, and beat Sheffield United (3-0) in a convincing home display – which should have the team spirits high on the day as well.
Aston Villa will be no easy rivals to outclass in front of their fans but we have seen them struggling to impress lately, as Kevin MacDonald’s men earned just two points in last three league outings and come into the match with troubled losses to Swansea (0-3 in FA Cup) and Wigan (3-0 in Championship) now behind them.
Furthermore, Villans haven’t bagged a home win since November and they’ve seen just three draws and two losses in last five home outings. We now feel they’ll be very motivated to finally end the streak but it shapes as a tough task in the making, where the visitors seem to be in a better mood.
We will now stick our necks out for Hull to snatch a point at Villa Park and we’ll go for the Draw at 11/4 with BetVictor, which does feel like more than a lively longshot with their fine form of recent.
Aston Villa have been scoring numbers of goals on the regular here, though, and we believe the visitors will have to cope to snatch anything from the fixture. We’ll thus also go for a Yes on Both teams to score at 4/7 with Paddy Power, which feels like buying money for old rope at this point.
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