August 12, 2022 Sports Betting
Hull, who has lost its past two games, will play host to Norwich on Saturday in an attempt to complete a winning streak.
After earning a point in each of their first two Championship games, the visitors are still looking for their first league victory of the year.
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Hull City defeated Bristol City to start the season before facing Preston North End to a scoreless draw the previous Saturday.
The Tigers lost in the EFL Cup on Tuesday for the first time this season, after earning four points from their first two league games.
Harry Lewis’ own goal gave Hull the advantage over League Two’s Bradford City, but Andy Cook’s equalizer in the 39th minute forced Hull to concede.
Five minutes later, the Bradford forward finished the first half turnaround by scoring twice for himself and his team, which was enough to upset Hull 2-1 in the first round.
Hull will now focus on the game on Saturday after being eliminated from the EFL Cup. There, they have the chance to extend a home league winning streak that started last season to six games.
After being demoted from the Premier League the previous season, Norwich has struggled in their first two league games.
The contenders for promotion started their season with a loss to Cardiff City on the road before hosting Wigan Athletic last weekend. Prior to their midweek match against Birmingham City in the EFL Cup, Max Aarons’ team earned their first point of the year after going down in the first half.
Despite the Canaries having a two-goal advantage against Birmingham thanks to goals from Danel Sinani and Jacob Sorensen, the game was ultimately decided on penalties after goals from Jonathan Leko and Jonathan Tomkinson in the second half.
The team led by Dean Smith was able to win the shootout and will now look to build on their momentum after winning the EFL Cup to secure their first league victory since a victory over Burnley in the Premier League on April 10.
Hull will enter Saturday’s game in a strong frame of mind after earning four points from their first two games, and we believe they will maintain their unblemished start to the Championship season with a home draw against Norwich despite a much-changed team losing to Bradford in midweek.