Hull City vs Preston North End Predictions & Betting Odds – 27th November 2019

Honours even between the Tigers & Lilywhites

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Hull City vs Preston North End Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 27th November 19.45pm

Hull City and Preston North End go head-to-head at the KCOM Stadium in the EFL Championship on Wednesday night. The Tigers have been in decent form of late, while North End sit pretty in third place ahead of this round of Championship fixtures. City are the slight favourites with the bookies, but Preston will fancy their chances of leaving East Yorkshire with three points in the bag.

Hull City vs Preston North End Betting Odds*

Hull City 8/5
Draw 12/5
Preston North End 7/4
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 26th, 2019 at 17:15 p.m.)
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Hull City vs Preston North End Live Stats & Betting Odds

Hull City News and Form – Can the Tigers strike back with a win?

Grant McCann’s Hull City will be looking for a first win in three. Since picking up successive victories over Nottingham Forest, Derby County and Fulham, the Tigers have taken one point from their last two.

Last Sunday, Hull battled back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Jonathan Woodgate’s Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium. Helped by Marvin Johnson’s red card, two Jarrod Bowen goals in four second-half minutes earned the Tigers a deserved point.


Over/under 2.5 goals

Bet at 22Bet


Hull have sealed some impressive wins on the road of late, but they go into this one having lost two of their last three at the KCOM. Meanwhile, City have won only three times on home soil this term, with two of those coming in their last eight. Can they return to winning ways in front of their own supporters in midweek?

Hull City vs Preston North End Head to Head

These two sides met in the EFL Cup back in August, with Preston winning on penalties at Deepdale after a 2-2 stalemate

Hull took four points from the two Championship meetings last season, beating North End 2-1 at Deepdale after a 1-1 home draw

The Tigers have won only one of the previous five Championship games between the pair

From November 2010 to December 2015, Hull won four out of four against the Lilywhites


Key-Facts – Hull City vs Preston North End

  • The Tigers have lost two of their last three at home
  • Only eight of Preston’s 31 points have come away from Deepdale
  • North End have taken four points from the last 12 on offer on the road


Preston North End News and Form – High flying North End to claim an away victory?

Alex Neil’s Preston North End have been one of the surprise packages in the Championship so far this season. At the time of writing, North End sit third behind West Bromwich Albion and Leeds United, taking an impressive 31 points from 17 games. That ratio is certainly promotion form.

No side in the second tier have picked up more home points than Preston thus far, as the Lilywhites have accumulated a staggering 23 points at Deepdale. However, things have not been as rosy away from home, with Preston winning only two of eight. They have drawn two and lost four of the other six.

North End will be hoping to keep the pressure on the top two with a win at the KCOM on Wednesday. However, that will not be an easy task, especially as McCann’s boys have been in good form of late.

Hull City vs Preston North End Tips & Odds

Draw and both teams to score at 10/3
1-1 correct score at 11/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 26th, 2019 at 17:20 p.m.)

Hull City vs Preston North End Predictions

Draw: Hull have pulled off some top results in recent weeks, seeing off the likes of Nottingham Forest, Derby and Fulham. However, they were beaten by in-form West Brom in their previous home game.

Preston have been superb under Neil this season, but their form away from home will concern the boss. Still, a point at the KCOM on Wednesday would not be a bad result for the Lilywhites.

I’m backing this to end all square, with the draw and both teams to score available at the tempting price of 10/3. As for the correct score, there’s excellent value in bet365’s 11/2 for the 1-1 draw.