Hull vs Arsenal by Rainbow-Bet
Bet of the Day is picked from the FA Cup in England. This is the rematch after 0-0 between these two at Emirates in London. It's expected changes in the starting lineup from both teams. Hull has an injury free squad, while the guests (as usual) has a few players out injured.
Hull City now lies on a 3rd place in the Championship, they're been passed by Middlesbrough and Burnley in the table, it's really getting exciting at the top of the Champonship table. Manager Steve Bruce has said that the league is the most important, and that he'll make som changes in the starting lineup for today's match.
Home at KC Stadium the stats shows 11-4-1, Hull has only conceded 6 goals on their 16 home matches in the league. This because of a strong and disciplined back four, and a hard-working and aggressive midfield. Steve Bruce's men hasn't conceded goals in their 8 last matches, but only scored 6 goals as well. Hull will play in a 4-4-1-1 formation, but it's difficult to predict a starting eleven because of changes.
The away side arrives at KC Stadium with some pressure on themselves. After the scoreless draw against Hull, they've lost 0-2 against Barcelona in the Champions League, loss against Manchester United (3-2) and Swansea (1-2) in the Premier League, and at the weekend a 2-2 draw against rivals Tottenham. The fans are not satisfied with the progress, and once again manager Arsene Wenger feels the pressure to take home trophies to London. Arsenal are fighting in the top of the league, and sadly the FA Cup will not be their first priority this year. Arsenal will make a lot of changes in their starting lineup today. The London-club will be playing in their well-known 4-2-3-1 formation.
Arsenal has been pushed down to a 3rd place in the league, it hurts that local rivals Tottenham sits on a 2nd. Behind Arsenal a couple of team are breathing down their neck. The away stats in the league shows 7-4-4, with a goal difference at 27-20.
Unavailable players Arsenal:
Peter Cech (goalkeeper)
Laurent Koscielny (defender)
Francis Coquelin (midfield) suspended
Mikel Arteta (midfield)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (midfield)
Tomas Rosicky (midfield)
Santi Cazorla (midfield)
Jack Wilshere (midfield)
We expect a tight and careful approach to the game by both teams. The home side will play with a deep defensive line to deny the opponents space. Set Pieces could be a key for Hull, but we expect few goals tonight. It's a few factors that could open up this game, one of them is the support from a sold out KC Stadium. The first team that possibly scores, will take fewer risks and be satisfied with the lead. Both team are starting in formation that indicates defensive security as number one priority, this will be tight and even.
We bet on total goals under 2,5 in today's FA Cup clash. Good luck!
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|under 2,5 goals||Pinnacle||1.86||8||0-4 LOST (-8 units)|