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Huddersfield Town vs Hull City betting tips: Championship preview, prediction and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Championship meeting between Huddersfield Town and Hull City on October 9th, 2022

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Huddersfield Town vs Hull City

Hull to win and Oscar Estupinan to score - 10/3


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Huddersfield Town vs Hull City

October 09, 2022

12:00 pm GMT+1

Our recommended bet for Sunday’s clash at the John Smith’s Stadium comes in the form of a Hull City victory, featuring a goal from top scorer Oscar Estupinan.

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Match preview

Two Championship sides in the midst of altogether disappointing seasons to date are set to lock horns at John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday, October 8th.

The matchup in question will see relegation-battling Huddersfield Town play host to a Hull City outfit with one eye firmly over their shoulder.

Starting with the former, Huddersfield, in the space of just a matter of months, have gone from finishing 3rd in England’s 2nd tier, to being forced to face up to a very real battle against the drop.

The Terriers currently sit 2nd from bottom in the table, clear of only Coventry City, who boast two games in hand over Mark Fotheringham’s troops.

This comes owing to a dismal record of just two wins from 11 to date.

To their credit, Huddersfield’s latest outing, in midweek, did see them recover from a goal down to ultimately emerge from Luton with a credible share of the spoils, but the fact of the matter remains that, if the Yorkshire club don’t start putting points on the board soon, they could well find themselves lining out in English football’s 3rd tier in the 2023/24 campaign.

Next up for Fotheringham and co, though, comes a showdown with a Hull City outfit fresh off putting an end to an alarming skid in form.

The Tigers, on the back of an encouraging opening to the term, had slipped to defeat in no fewer than five successive outings, before playing host to Wigan on Wednesday night.

With the pressure very much on amid a freefall down the Championship table, though, Andy Dawson’s men finally got things back on track, courtesy of a long overdue 2-1 triumph.

Oscar Estupinan, the division’s top scorer at present, almost inevitably proved match-winner, in adding to Dimitrios Pelkas’ equaliser midway through the 2nd-half.

Hull, in turn, will be hopeful of kicking on to a 2nd win on the spin this weekend, climbing away from the drop zone and towards the safety of mid-table in the process.

And we at 101 envision the Tigers managing exactly that at Huddersfield’s expense, with star man Estupinan adding to his haul of eight goals for the season, too.

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