Stoke City host Hull City in this Championship clash on Sunday afternoon. The Tigers have enjoyed a positive start to the season while the Potters have struggled to get going so far. There are some interesting markets available which we have picked out for this fixture.

Stoke vs Hull Betting Tips

  • Hull and both teams to score (Yes) – 11/2
  • Aaron Connolly to score anytime – 11/4

Team news

The two teams have no fresh injury concerns heading into Sunday’s game. Hull are on an unbeaten run of six games, winning three during this spell. They head to the bet365 Stadium full of confidence, while Stoke haven’t picked up a win in over a month.

Hull and both teams to score (Yes) at 11/2 

Liam Rosenior’s stock as a coach is rising at an exponential rate at Hull City. There were signs last year of what he was trying to build on Humberside and now we are seeing him take his side t the next level as they sit sixth in the league table and are on an impressive unbeaten run.

His attacking players are getting among the goals with Aaron Connolly and Ozan Tufan both scoring four each already in the second tier. Hull will feel pleased with their recent point, a goalless stalemate with promotion favourites Leeds United. The clean sheet will have been most pleasing for Rosenior as it was their second of the campaign and against another tough opponent, with Leicester City the other side the Tigers have shut out.

Stoke have had a disappointing start to the campaign, losing four of their opening seven fixtures, despite having an impressive transfer window. Alex Neil’s side had to settle for a point at Huddersfield Town in midweek and they don’t appear to look any closer to picking up another win, which is concerning.

The Tigers head here as the side in form and it looks as though it could be another rough afternoon for the Potters.

Aaron Connolly to score anytime at 11/4

After returning to Hull permanently in the summer on a one-year contract, Connolly couldn’t have asked for a better start with four goals in his first seven Championship appearances of the season. He is repaying Rosenior’s faith and he is playing with a confidence that he has not experienced before in his career.

Both he and Liam Delap are giving the Tigers excellent options up front and it looks as though both can hit double figures this season, which will only strengthen Hull’s bid for a play-off push.

Connolly is in the best form of his career and he is about to face a Stoke side that can’t buy a win at the moment and that are very susceptible to conceding goals. This is perfectly set up for him to grab his fifth goal of the campaign.

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