KC Stadium – 23rd November at 16:00

After another long international break, fans can finally sit back and enjoy a nice long stretch of uninterrupted Premier League action through the winter. Although, this clash between Hull and Tottenham might not be everyone’s idea of great entertainment for a Sunday afternoon.

Both of these sides have had disappointing starts to their seasons and the fans are starting to voice their concerns, especially down in North London where Emmanuel Adebayor claimed that he preferred to play away from home, so he doesn’t get booed by his own fans.

Spurs have lost 3 of their last 4 games and the only win in that run was the somewhat lucky win at Aston Villa, where they managed to score 2 late goals after Christian Benteke was sent off with Villa leading 1-0. However low confidence has got in the camp, there’s plenty of quality in the squad and they’ve managed to score in all but 2 of their league matches this season.

Hull currently sit down in 15th place in the table, with just 2 wins and 13 goals from their 11 games so far. In fact, if we look back to the end of last season they have won just 3 of their last 19 league matches, so you can understand why their fans are worried. But, Hull like Spurs, have found the back of the net regularly this season, scoring in 8 of 11 games thus far.

Obviously, neither side are playing well at the moment but Spurs have managed to build a respectable away record with just 1 defeat in 5 on the road this season. Last season they were very strong against teams in the bottom half while Hull were awful home and away against top half sides last year. With that in mind we’ll look to stay on trend here and the advised trade is, Tottenham to win at 2.22.

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