Middlesbrough vs Hull Match Info
Date: Saturday 13th April 2019
Venue: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough vs Hull Head-to-Head
Last Three Results:
29 September 2018 – Hull City 1-1 Middlesbrough Championship
20 February 2018 – Middlesbrough 3-1 Hull City – Championship
31 October 2017 – Hull City 1-3 Middlesbrough- Premier League
Full Head-to-Head Record:
Middlesbrough wins: 27
Hull wins: 17
Middlesbrough vs Hull Stats
- Boro have lost the last four at their own ground
- Hull have won their last three matches
- The Tigers have won just one of the last six head-to-heads
Middlesbrough vs Hull Match Preview
Middlesbrough got a much-needed victory on Tuesday evening as they won 2-0 at Bolton to end a six-game losing run. It means they sit in seventh spot and are four points behind Bristol City in sixth and five behind Villa in fifth. They have five matches remaining this season and the fixture list is kind with none of them against teams in the top eight.
At the Riverside Stadium, the Teesiders have been poor of late losing each of their last four and winning just one of their previous seven. They have blanked in their last two in front of their own fans and scored a combined 12 from the last 16 at their own place. Boro have kept just two clean sheets from their previous ten at their own ground.
Hull kept alive their slim play-off hopes at the weekend with a 2-1 victory at home to Wigan that makes it three straight victories. They sit in ninth place and are five points off Bristol City and still have hopes of making the play-offs. They will have to do it the hard way as each of their five remaining fixtures are against teams in the top 13.
Away from the KC Stadium, the Tigers did win last time out but have just won one of their last seven on the road. City have seen just two of their last six on the road feature both teams finding the back of the net. Kamil Grosicki grabbed two in his last appearance away and has four from his last three.
A side whose win victory in the last eight has come against Bolton can not be backed to come out on top here at such a short price. Instead, I like the visitors in the draw no bet market as they carry the far greater attacking threat.
One of those attacking threats is Kamil Grosicki who has netted four times in his last three starts including two last time on the road. The Pole looks value to net at any time here against a Boro side with just two clean sheets in their last ten here.
Middlesbrough vs Hull Betting Tips
Hull draw no bet at 15/8 with PaddyPower
Kamil Grosicki anytime scorer at 5/1 with PaddyPower
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