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Championship Predictions > Sep 13th & 14th


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Hull City vs Stoke City



Hull City

Doubtful: Greg Docherty (1/0 m)

Out (injuries/other): Benjamin Tetteh (8/0 f), Vaughn Covil (6/0 f), Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (4/0 f), Brandon Fleming (0/0 d), Doğukan Sinik (0/0 m), Adama Traoré (0/0 m)

Suspended: -


Stoke City

Doubtful: Liam McCarron (0/0 m), Sam Clucas (8/0 m)

Out (injuries/other): Gavin Kilkenny (3/0 m), Dujon Sterling (0/0 d), Josh Laurent (3/0 m), Josh Tymon (3/0 d), Harry Clarke (2/1 d), Harry Souttar (0/0 d)

Suspended: -


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Interesting facts based only on statistics
Hull City scored at least two goals in 75% of home games.
75% chance that Hull City will win this game.
75% chance that Hull City will win and over 1.5 goals will be scored.
63% chance that both Hull City and Stoke City will score in this game.
63% chance that both team will score and goal count will be over 2.5 goals.
63% chance that Hull City will win and both teams will score.
88% chance that there will be more than 1 goal in this game.
99% chance that there will be at least 1 goal in the first-half.
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Middlesbrough vs Cardiff

The Championship is back after the weekend's matches were postponed and with just 5 points separating the relegation zone and play-offs it's looking like a very closely fought league. It's Middlesbrough versus Cardiff in a 7:45pm BST kick-off on Tuesday evening from the Riverside Stadium. Both teams will be looking for a much-needed win in order to move themselves away from the bottom three.

Middlesbrough are a team that have so far failed to live up to the pre-season expectations many placed on them. Chris Wilder's men are down in 17th place with just 2 wins from their opening 8 league games. Boro will feel this is a game they can win with their home record, if we're being brutally honest, holding their season together right now. The team have picked up 8 of their 9 points earned on home turf and it's a staple of a Wilder-managed team. The man knows how to get his team results on their own patch so it's no surprise that they have won back-to-back league games at home this season. The one niggling issue for Boro is the fact they have only managed to keep 1 clean sheet in 9 matches across all competitions but that did come in their most recent outing in a 1-0 home win over Sunderland.

Cardiff continue to be a team that show glimpses of their true potential but are still held back by an inability to convert their chances. The Bluebirds have scored just 4 goals in 8 league games this season and even though Steve Morison managed to bring in forward Callum Robinson on transfer deadline day there's still a feeling that they didn't get the experienced out-and-out striker they were looking for. The team are down in 22nd position in the table but, as mentioned in the opening paragraph, they remain just 5 points off the play-offs. Away form is an ongoing problem for Cardiff with the team failing to win any of their league games on the road this season. It's also not great that they've only scored 1 goal in those games too. Recent stats are also not very morale boosting with Cardiff not winning any of their last 5 league games and not scoring in their 3 away league matches.

I'm not overly optimistic for Cardiff coming into this one. When this season started we all said as fans that we'd give Morison 10-12 games before we judged. He has two matches until we hit that mark and already I'd say we've seen enough sparks of positive play to give him the benefit of the doubt. He's completely re-shaped this squad for the better and revolutionised our playing style. It's simply this lack of a potent finisher that's harming us. The general feeling is that a team sooner or later is going to get a hiding from us but we're all in agreement it's unlikely to be here and our away day woes will probably continue with Middlesbrough being a very tough side to crack on their own patch.

Middlesbrough to Win @ 1.72 with VBet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.77 with SBK

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