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Hull City vs Leeds United Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (54') S. Twine
      • (69') A. Connolly
      • (80') J. Philogene
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      • (43') J. Rodon
      • (52') E. Ampadu
      • (90') L. Ayling
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        • (60') J. Rodon
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        Hull City vs Leeds United Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Leeds United make the trip to the east of England to meet with the in-form Hull City after a promising return to the win column for the Whites that saw them register their second away win of the season.

        It has been a tough journey for Leeds so far in their return to the Championship. However, the club head into this one having beaten Millwall at The Den 3-0, as Joel Pirore carried on his excellent form with a brace before Georginio Rutter netted late on in the game.

        This does now mark a run of four games without a loss inside 90 minutes for Leeds, as they lost to Salford City on a penalty shootout in the EFL Cup second round. However, they have also managed to draw with West Brom 1-1 and Sheffield Wednesday 0-0, as they even secured a 4-3 win over the in-form Ipswich Town where Rutter and Pirore bagged again, alongside goals from Wilfried Gnonto and Luis Sinisterra.

        The Whites have now moved into 10th in the table with seven goals let in and 10 scored of their own, while they have also lost only once but won just two games this season. At the same time, their wins have seen them only secure victories on the road and fail to win a game at Elland Road. In some ways, this bodes well for them away ti Hull.

        As for the Tigers, they come into this game up in fifth in the table in what has been one of their best starts to a Championship season for a long time. They stunned the favourites to win the title, Leicester City, at the King Power Stadium just before the international break, as Liam Delap bagged in the first half. Stunningly, they conceded 21 shots but only one of those hit the target for the Foxes.

        Other results have seen them draw recently with Bristol City and Coventry City, while also defeating Blackburn Rovers. Their only loss this season has seen them lose 2-1 to Norwich City at Carrow Road.

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        Leeds United team news

        Leeds have had injury troubles this season but they come into this one in much better form. Wilfred Gnonto is likely to face a late fitness test, however, having came off with an injury in the win over Millwall. Georginio Rutter scored in that game and is fit to play here, despite coming off soon after his goal. The same applies to Joel Piroe, who scored twice in the 3-0 win over the Lions. Cyril Summerville came off in that win too, but he is fit to play here. Ethan Ampadu will carry on in midfield after playing every second so far. Pascal Struijk and Joe Rodon are expected in defence alongside Luke Ayling, while Sam Byram is free from injury these days.

        Hull City team news

        Aaron Connolly scored and got booked last time out, but he is fit to play in this game. Scott Twine will also start behind him in the number 10 spot, as Liam Delap continues at right wing after his excellent form this season. Tyler Morton and Jason Loklio returned to full fitness over the past weekend, as did Cyrus Christie - all three are expected on the bench, however. Adama Traore has been benched in recent weeks, but he should be fit to play in this one. Sean McLoughlin is also ready to play here, alongside Harry Vaughan - the two missed the last outing against Coventry.

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