Hull City vs. Cardiff City Match Analysis and Prediction

Grant McCann will be on a quest of back to back championships wins for the first time with Hull City as they welcome side Cardiff City at the KCOM stadium. The match is scheduled for 28/9/2019 at 17.00 GTM.

The Tigers have had a rough start to the season recording only a single win. Hull City recorded their first win against Luton over a month ago. The last time Hull City marked a heavy victory was when they defeated Kenilworth Road 3-0. With multiple attacking options. McCann is yet to create the perfect lineup for the Tigers.

Cardiff City has managed to remain unbeaten at home in the championship. Manager Neil Warnock restored his home form following the own goal with handed them a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough. Following the early relegation from the Premier League after the defeat by Crystal Palace, the team has struggled to settle in the championship.

Hull City vs. Cardiff City Head to Head

Both Hull City and Cardiff City have played 18 games together. Hull City has won 8 games while losing 7 games and drawing 3 games. Here is a list of the team’s previous encounters and their results:

  • Hull City 0-2 Cardiff City
  • Cardiff City 1-0 Hull City
  • Hull City 2-0 Cardiff City
  • Cardiff City 0 – 2 Hull City
  • Hull City 2-2 Cardiff City
  • Cardiff City 2 – 0 Hull City
  • Cardiff City 3 – 0 Hull City
  • Hull City 2 -1 Cardiff City

Hull City Team News

Callum Elder will not feature in the clash following a calf injury. Jon Toral will also sit the clash out after picking up a hamstring injury against the clash with Millwall. Marcus Henrikssen has fallen down the pecking order under McCann.

It remains a doubt whether the Norwegian will feature in the clash. Matthew Pennington and Dan Batty are likely to warm up the bench. The future of Matt Ingram is in the air with the player not featuring in a game in the last 13 months.

Cardiff City Team News

There are speculations that Warnock is bound to recall Philippine international Etheridge to the first team following a hamstring injury. New club signing midfielder Bacuna is likely to feature in the clash following the demise of a former teammate.

  • Prediction and Odds
  • Hull City win – 2.59
  • Total Goals Under 2 – 2.11
  • Goals Scored in Both Halves – No – 2.11
  • Double Chance Hull City of X – 1.48
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