Sunderland v Hull: Bet against recent history at the Stadium of Light

Sunderland v Hull: Bet against recent history at the Stadium of Light

Last Result:

Bournemouth 1-2 SUNDERLAND – Victor Anichebe, Jermain Defoe

HULL CITY 2-1 Southampton – Robert Snodgrass, Michael Dawson

Kick Off: 15.00, 19/11/2016

Stadium: Stadium of Light

Head-to-head: Hull 1-1 Sunderland, Sunderland 1-3 Hull, Hull 3-0 Sunderland, Sunderland 0-2 Hull, Hull 1-0 Sunderland


Sunderland: Out – Fabio Borini

Doubt – Victor Anichebe, Paddy McNair, Jack Rodwell, Jan Kirchhoff, Lee Cattermole

Hull: Out – Abel Hernandez, Will Keane, Moses Odubajo, Andrew Robertson, Greg Luer, Alex Bruce

Doubt – None

True Form:

Recommended Bets:

* Sunderland to win @ 23/20

* Jermain Defoe to score @ 7/5

* Over 0.5 Sunderland goals between 60th and 75th minute @ 14/5

Key Stats:

* Sunderland have lost their past two at home to Hull, but the Tigers have taken just one point on the road since August, losing their last three Premier League away matches by a combined score of 12-2

* Jermain Defoe has scored twice as many top-flight goals this term (six) as the rest of his Sunderland teammates combined

* Three of Sunderland’s past five strikes have come between the hour mark and 75th minute

A Look At Sunderland’s Betting Odds

Black Cats boss David Moyes will have targeted this fixture during his side’s dreadful run of seven Premier League losses and a draw between September and October, with Sunderland finally grabbing their first victory of the campaign last time out at Bournemouth.

Having gone down to the likes of Tottenham, Everton, Arsenal and Southampton during that wretched run, the worst could be over for Moyes and co, with crucial midfield duo Jan Kirchhoff and Lee Cattermole potentially available after injury lay-offs.

Despite the tension-relieving triumph at the Vitality, Sunderland still need to win this.

A Look At Hull’s Betting Odds

Mike Phelan’s men also appeared to rise from the dead before the international break, with the Tigers taking three points for the first time in over two months at home to Saints.

Mike Phelan’s Hull have been dire away from home since August

It’s now three months since they lasted tasted success on the road though, and look about right as 12/5 outsiders to prevail here.