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            Match Result

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            Both Teams To Score

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            Over 2.5 Goals

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            Hull vs. Millwall Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Hull City’s playoff push resumes this weekend as they face Millwall in the EFL Championship.

            Hull City currently sit 8th in the EFL Championship with twelve wins, six draws and ten losses from twenty-eight games this season.

            The Tigers are having a solid but inconsistent season and fans may feel as though they’re slightly short of the level they should be given the squad investment in the summer.

            They’re coming into this game having won just one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 1-0 win away at Sunderland thanks to a goal from Liverpool loanee Fabio Carvalho.

            The win was a much-needed one for the Tigers whose league form has not been good enough of late for a prospective playoff contender, with Liam Rosenior’s side having won four and lost six of their last ten league games.

            There’s a couple of significant additions to the squad this week that the board hope will drastically improve Hull promotion chances, with last season’s leader in the assist chart, Ryan Giles, arriving from Luton while Netherlands’ U21 striker Noah Ohio has been recruited from Standard Liege.

            There is, then, no excuse for Hull not to at the very least come within a whisker of a top-six finish providing everyone keeps fit as they can now boast one of the most impressive squads in the league.

            They’ve only won two of their last five league games on home soil but there’s no excuse for failing to win this one.



            Millwall currently sit 16th in the EFL Championship with eight wins, nine draws and twelve losses from twenty-nine games this season.

            This campaign has been a big disappointment for the Lions who have looked well short of the side that narrowly missed out on the playoffs last season.

            They’re entering this game out of form, winless in their last four games having lost four of those.

            Their latest outing was a 1-1 draw at home to Preston North End, with the visitors cancelling out Zian Flemming’s goal in the second half after Millwall had taken the lead after just five minutes.

            Their form away from home hasn’t been particularly impressive either, with the Lions having won just one of their last six games on the road.

            Millwall are in serious danger of being dragged into the relegation scrap if they remain on their current trajectory, with results way off what they’d hoped they’d be when they appointed Joe Edwards as manager after Gary Rowett’s departure.

            Millwall drew 2-2 with Hull when the two sides met back in October and a repeat scoreline would be satisfactory here if they at least delivered a promising performance.

            For our Hull vs. Millwall prediction, we’re going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

            Don’t forget to check out the rest of our previews, tips and offers for this weekend’s action.

            Hull Team News

            Jean Michael Seri and Adama Traore are both away on international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations with Côte D'Ivoire and Mali respectively, while Jaden Philogene, Liam Delap, Aaron Connolly and Dogukan Sinik are all out injured.

            Netherlands U21 international Noah Ohio, signed recently from Standard Liége, could make his debut up top from the start while Ryan Giles, signed from Luton, will also hope to come off the bench at the very least.

            Millwall Team News

            Millwall are missing Shaun Hutchinson, Ryan Leonard and Aidomo Emakhu who are all absent with injury.

            Joe Edwards could stick with the same side that started the 1-1 draw against Preston, even though forward Michael Obafemi is pushing for a place in the starting lineup.

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