Premier League 28th December

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Hull and Fulham look like they’ve had completely different seasons, Hull look comfortable in mid-table while Fulham are in a relegation scrap. However from the last six games Fulham have picked up the same amount of points as Hull and a win in this fixture will move the visitors within a point of the tigers. Goal expectancy in Hull games is usually low, as they seem unable to score. They average 0.89 goals per game and have failed to score in seven of their games, with three of those coming at home. Fulham’s goalscoring form is up and down, but since they changed manager they have scored in each of their five games. One goal for them in this should be enough to get at least a point and I think Fulham are the team to side with in this, over the next few weeks I believe that we’ll see them leapfrog a Hull side who despite their great start to the season, will find themselves sucked into the relegation battle.

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Back Fulham +0.25 Asian Handicap at Bet Victor

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When Gus Poyet took over at Sunderland I had a conversation where I made the points that Sunderland will get lots of 0-0, have players sent off and won’t win from behind. So far that’s exactly what has happened. Despite being bottom at Christmas and their only wins all season being ‘shocks’ against clubs in the top six, they’d have four points if they’d lost those as expected, they get to visit a Cardiff side in free-fall. All the fuss was made about the manager staying/going, he was then told he could stay and they we utterly dreadful in his next game, which ultimately got him the sack. Sunderland have kept three clean sheets in a row and I fancy them to keep another today against a side who have failed to score in six of their last ten. I can’t however trust Sunderland to get the winner as they often struggle in front of goal. The best way to play this match is to get with the away side but get some draw cover, as 0-0 has a good chance.

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Back Sunderland Draw No Bet at 2.20 – Bet Victor


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