Middlesbrough are looking better with every game and they look a good shout at 4/5 (BetVictor) to claim a maximum haul against a Hull City team who played 120 minutes of football on Tuesday night.
Although the Tigers came through their EFL Cup ordeal against Newcastle, it wasn’t ideal preparation for this match and Ladbrokes are prepared to lay Hull City at odds of 4/1 for this particular clash.
Alvaro Negredo showed his class when bagging a brace at the King Power last weekend and the Spaniard looks a bet at 9/2 (bet365) to break the deadlock, while we’re also happy to back Boro to win this game to nil at 7/4 (Ladbrokes).
Back the draw at 27-10 with Paddy Power
Compare odds and bet on over 100 markets on every game