Championship Betting Tips

Hull City vs Barnsley betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds

Hull to win and under 2.5 goals (3/1)

Hull and Barnsley are the 3rd and 1st lowest scorers in the division.

Meanwhile, Eight of the Tiger's last nine matches have seen under 2.5 goals.

Shota Arveladze's side will be confident of just edging Tuesday's clash with the visitors having lost four of their last five.

Marcus Forss to score anytime (21/10)

Forss managed to score his first Hull City goal on the weekend.

The striker netted against QPR and he is set to be rewarded with another start on Tuesday.

Match preview: Hull City vs Barnsley

Hull City managed to produce an impressive draw on the weekend as they held QPR at Loftus Road.

The Tigers drew 1-1 with the promotion chasing side and even took the lead early on.

Shota Arveladze's side have now drawn their last two matches 1-1 having also Sheffield United.

They head into Tuesday's clash 20th in the table.

Barnsley suffer yet another defeat

Barnsley have now lost 20 times in the Championship this season following a defeat against Coventry on the weekend.

The Tykes looked on course to claim a point, however, a 93rd-minute goal saw them beaten by the Sky Blues.

The South Yorkshire had been hoping to build on a shock win over QPR which they secured the week prior.

The defeat leaves them 24th in the table and nine points adrift of safety.

Hull City team news

Matt Ingram has joined a long list of injury absentees for Hull.

The goalkeeper suffered a knock on the weekend.

Nathan Baxter, Josh Emmanuel, Lewie Coyle, Andy Cannon and Mallik Wilks are all also out.

Barnsley team news

Callum Brittain came off injured on the weekend and joins a long list of injuries for Barnsley.

Victor Adeboyejo, Clarke Oduor and Cauley Woodrow are also all out of action.

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