Hull City vs Sunderland Match Review

Hull City vs Sunderland Match Review
December 16, 2022

Hull City vs Sunderland Match Review

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On Saturday afternoon, Sunderland travels to Hull City in search of the victory that would keep the team in the running for the Championship playoff berths.

Hull is in 21st place despite having a strong start under newly hired manager Liam Rosenior at a time when the Black Cats are in 11th place.

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Hull City

3.75 2.41 3.76


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Hull City vs Sunderland Tips and Prediction

Many people connected to Sunderland will be happy with them now occupying the top half of the table in their first season back in the Championship.

The North-East team, however, has won just four of their past 13 games, indicating that they would have fared far better in the second division.

After a run of three straight victories, Sunderland led against West Bromwich Albion last time out, only to lose after giving up twice in the closing 20 minutes.

Since they are six points clear of the drop zone, the Black Cats won’t be immediately worried about a relegation fight; instead, they’ll be concentrating on reducing their four-point playoff deficit.

Hull, who are 10 spots behind Sunderland in the table, may, however, close the gap to two points with a victory this weekend.

Hull will need to improve its home performance; the Tigers have dropped their previous four games at the MKM Stadium, giving them one of the worst records in the second tier.

Although Hull started the season with four wins at home, they have subsequently performed far better away from Humberside, which Rosenior is aware he must rectify. Hull’s defense appears to be gaining confidence, as evidenced by their clean sheet in last weekend’s scoreless draw at Watford.

Hull was maintained above the safety line last weekend as only one of the bottom six teams lost, but they remain weak due to having the worst goal differential in the second division.


The two teams in this division are only five points apart, but their home and away records are chalk and cheese. Given that, we anticipate Sunderland will have the upper hand in this match and battle their way to a victory by the odd goal in three.