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Barnsley – Hull Predictions and Tips For Today
Free Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, November 6.
Kick-off: 16:00 (GMT+1)
ENGLAND: Championship – Round 17
EVENT: Barnsley – Hull
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.40@1xbet | Result: 0:2 WIN!!!
Barnsley – Hull Preview
- Following the sacking of Markus Schopp, Barnsley produced a stunning comeback over Derby last time out (W 2-1) to end their shocking seven-game winless run. That victory has put them within touching distance of safety ahead of this clash with fellow strugglers Hull City, which has all the makings of a relegation six-pointer.
- Caretaker boss Joseph Laumann praised the ‘energy and togetherness’ of his Barnsley squad following their midweek win, though they are still yet to register consecutive league wins since last season’s play-off push. Even so, Barnsley are scoring goals at home – they have five in the last four, which is easily more than Hull can boast on their travels.
- Hull lost a third straight game by a 1-0 scoreline last time out, as they faced promotion chasers West Brom. With the so-called ‘Tigers’ putting just two shots on target across their last three league defeats, it is hard to make any sort of case for a resurgence here, especially as Hull would be rock-bottom if not for Derby’s points deduction.
- Simply woeful this season, Hull have not scored a goal in seven straight away games, in a drought that covers 630 minutes of away play (D1, L6). On a brighter note for Hull fans desperate to argue a case, the team have only failed to score in one of their last six league trips to Oakwell (W2, D1, L3).
- Players to watch: Barnsley’s Callum Brittain assisted either side of half-time to help end Barnsley’s losing run last time out, though he seeks his first league goal since 2019/20. Meanwhile, Keane Lewis-Potter scored in Hull’s first away game of the season prior to their shocking scoreless run. He also scored their last goal here at Oakwell.
- Hot stat: Ahead of the round, only two sides picked up fewer yellow cards than Hull’s 22 (1.38 per-match on average).