Hull City vs BIRMINGHAM CITY: Best Bets

Hull – 7/5

Draw – 43/20

BCFC – 2/1

Birmingham travel to Hull on Saturday afternoon knowing that victory might be enough to climb into the top six.

The Blues have lost just one of their last six Championship games and 2/1 could turn out to be a huge price – Garry Monk’s side are in fantastic form.

Blues fans enjoyed a huge win at Bristol City on Tuesday; the travelling fans were rewarded for their commitment with a superb performance.

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The visitors are well placed to secure a positive result at the KCOM Stadium; 11/20 for Birmingham to win OR draw is well worth a punt.

Monk will have his side fired up and ready to go this weekend – three points could be huge for building momentum.

The Blues are unbeaten in their last three league games away from St Andrew’s and Birmingham fans ill be quietly confident ahead of Saturday’s trip.

Hull are unbeaten in eight home league games, winning six of those fixtures. The Tigers have been fantastic in 2019 and Birmingham will need to be on top form to stand any chance of victory.

Both teams to score is reasonably priced at 3/4 and this could be high-scoring.

Che Adams has scored 10 goals in as many league games – he has been Birmingham’s star man in 2018/19.

888sport have an enhanced special on Adams to score in an away win this weekend, offering a tasty 5/1 on the wincast.

The draw is well and truly inplay this weekend; Hull will be difficult to beat on home soil but the Blues are in great form.

It should be a thrilling contest at the KCOM Stadium – Monk’s men will fancy their chances and Birmingham fans will be heading to Hull in vast numbers. Take the 21/20 for over 2.5 goals; that could be the bet of the day.

Prediction: Hull 1-1 Birmingham (5/1)

Bet of the day: Over 2.5 goals (21/20)

Outside punt: Che Adams to score the first goal (5/1)

Enhanced wincast: Che Adams to score and Birmingham to win (5/1)

 

*Odds subject to change - correct at time of writing*

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