Burnley are narrow favourites to pick up all three points when Hull visit Turf Moor on Saturday.
Since Matty Fryatt scored a brace against Burnley in Hull’s 3-2 defeat in November, the Clarets have conceded just a couple of times and not more than once in a game.
Given that, and the fact that Hull have scored the fewest away goals of the top ten teams in the Championship, a bet on a clean sheet for home side Burnley could be a wise move, with odds of 11/5 on that happening.
Meanwhile, a home win is priced at 7/5, with those odds representing good business considering Burnley have beaten Hull five meetings in a row. And a home win to nil is another option to consider at odds of 31/10.
With Burnley winning 3-2 away to Hull just a few weeks ago, it wouldn’t be a shock to see them pull off the double over promotion challengers Hull.
A home win is priced at 7/5, with those odds representing good business considering Burnley have beaten Hull five meetings in a row.
At odds of 14/5, a bet on Burnley to win with over 2.5 combined goals, as was the case in November’s meeting, could kick off New Year celebrations early, winning £95 for new customers to bwin.com who use their free £25 bet and that scenario does indeed play out.
Hull, however, haven’t lost consecutive away games all season and will be looking to make up for their 1-0 Boxing Day loss at Middlesbrough. They are given odds of 37/20 to bounce back with a win at Burnley.
A draw in this meeting is priced at 11/5, but with Burnley not drawing in 17 games and Hull in 12 games, it looks unlikely that these two will share the spoils. Therefore a double chance bet on there to simply be a winner, at 13/50, is one final bet to mull over.
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