Ipswich Town vs Hull City – Championship: Without being able to score on their last 4 matches at home
Ipswich will want to score against a Hull City that plays much better at home
Winless at home for 4 matches, I was tempted to bet on them to win against this Hull City that only has 11 points conquered away from home.
However, Ipswich isn’t on their best moment of form, with only 3 victories on their last 8 matches, and none of them being at home.
Having only scored 24 goals at home and conceded 16 so far, this team isn’t a synonym of goals, with only 33% of their matches having more than 2 goals, and at home half of their matches being 0-0 at half-time.
With an average of 1.33 goals scored per match and 0.89 goals conceded, I don’t expect to see a lot of goals being scored.
The visitors don’t have the best performances playing on this condition, only having 2 victories, 5 draws and 10 losses so far. They have a weak record playing away from home, with only 1 victory on their last 4 matches in that conditions, with the other 3 ending on losses.
The team is coming off 4 matches at home, where they’ve gotten 7 points, scoring every time, and where they’ve scored 74% of their goals.
Having 13 goals scored away from home of a total of 50, their goal scoring average away from home is 0.76 goals per match, and they’ve conceded 27 goals so far, of a total of 56.
They have a permeable defence, but here they will face an opponent that doesn’t score a lot of goals.
Ipswich Town vs Hull City – Betting Tip and Prediction:
I expect a match without many goals, maybe even a 0-0, thanks to the weak offensive form of the two teams on the respective conditions that they will play here.
Adding that to the fact they both have inefficient attacks, the predominance of the 0-0 result at half-time in Ipswich and the fact that more than half of both teams’ goals are on the 2nd half,
I expect that we will still have a deadlock at half-time.
|Draw at 1st half||