Peterborough United host Hull City on Saturday and are priced at 11/10 with bwin to make it three wins out of three at London Road.
Their first game of the Championship season ended with a 2-1 victory at home to Crystal Palace and they emphatically beat Ipswich Town 7-1 in their previous match in front of their own fans.
Darren Ferguson’s side are set to hand new signing Emile Sinclair, who joined from Macclesfield Town, his debut.
They will be hoping he repeats his performance for his former club in the Carling Cup first round, when he scored the two goals that knocked Hull out of the
The Tigers haven’t started the season as well as their opponents, having won two out of their five league games, losing the other three.
If you don’t agree that the home team will win, our 3Way football betting market gives odds of 23/10 on an away win and you can also bet on the draw at the same price of 23/10.
Punters who use their free £25 bet for joining bwin.com on Posh to take all three points will be guaranteed a return of £38.50 if the result comes in.
The teams haven’t met since the 2004-05 season when they were both in League One, with Hull winning 3-2 away and then being held to a 2-2 draw at home. If you fancy the result to be the same as that last meeting, odds of 11/1 are available on a repeat scoreline.
Peterborough gained a reputation for scoring plenty of goals in League One and that has continued this term, with Ferguson’s men smashing 12 already in their opening five matches.
Both of their games at London Road so far have contained three or more goals, and with Hull conceding four in their two away games to date, backing over 2.5 goals at 31/50 looks to be a sure-fire winner.
Interestingly, three-quarters of Posh’s goals have arrived after the interval, so another option would be to back over 1.5 goals in the second half at 4/5.
Along the same lines, football betting fans can back the hosts to win the second half, which is arguably the stand-out punt at tempting odds of 7/5.
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