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Championship Predictions > Sep 30th - Oct 2nd

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Hull City vs Luton Town



Hull City

Doubtful: Doğukan Sinik (0/0 m)

Out (injuries/other): Salah-Eddine Oulad M’Hand (0/0 m), Harvey Vale (1/0 m), Benjamin Tetteh (8/0 f), Vaughn Covil (6/0 f), Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (4/0 f), Brandon Fleming (0/0 d), Adama Traoré (0/0 m)

Suspended: -


Luton Town

Doubtful: Harry Cornick (4/0 f), Glen Rea (0/0 d), Carlos Mendes Gomes (0/0 f)

Out (injuries/other): Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu (0/0 m), James Shea (0/0 g)

Suspended: -


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Interesting facts based only on statistics
63% chance that Luton Town will win first half.
99% chance that there will be more than 1 goal in this game.
88% chance that there will be at least 1 goal in the first-half.
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Cardiff vs Burnley

The Championship action is back after the international break and I'm thrown into an emotional mangle with this Cardiff versus Burnley game that kicks off at 3pm BST on Saturday afternoon from the Cardiff City Stadium. I'm still in shock after the surprise sacking of Steve Morison just before the international window and it's left me completely dumbfounded about how we will be set up for this game. Thanks Vincent Tan et al!

Cardiff might not have been getting results every week under former gaffer Morison but there was no doubt that the playing style had moved in a positive direction, the players backed the manager, and the supporters were buying into the process. It's quite clear that Morison obviously upset someone behind the scenes because the club were in 18th place but only 4 points off the play-off pace. Perhaps more encouragingly, the feeling was that we were an inconsistent goal scorer away from being a real threat. Our impotency in the final third was an issue but one we felt could be resolved. Mark Hudson has been given the role of interim head coach and he manages a Bluebirds team that have only lost 1 of their 4 home league games this season. Nobody knows what formation he will choose. Nobody knows what players he will pick. Nobody knows what sort of manager he will be. We're flying blind here people!

Burnley are a team that have shown huge potential already this season and despite being in 4th position they have only lost 1 of their 10 league games so far but have drawn 50% of their league matches. Vincent Kompany seems to have a fine reputation as a head coach already and he's learning on the job in one of the toughest divisions in European football. The Clarets are unbeaten in their last 7 league games and their 5-1 hammering away against Wigan a few weeks back shows how merciless they can be against teams that turn up off their best. The concern for Burnley is that it is just 1 win from their last 4 away league games. Is Kompany at fault for being too cautious on the road? There's no doubt his Burnley team possess huge quality and you get the feeling if they back themselves here they could really dominate.

It doesn't matter who is manager of Cardiff. The problem remains that we don't have a striker capable of putting the ball in the opposition net. This is why both teams have scored in just 3 of our 10 league games this season. It's mainly because we don't score! Burnley are the sort of team that will punish us for not taking our chances. Hudson's had two spells managing Huddersfield covering 4 games. He lost all 4 by an aggregate of 9-2. Let's just say our fans live in hope that he'll thrive but we're not optimistic. I fear Burnley could give us a hiding here.

Burnley to Win @ 2.42 with SBK

BTTS No @ 2.00 with BetVictor

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