Best Hull Betting Sites

Much of the success Hull City Association Football Club has seen over the course of the past 20 years has come in English soccer’s second division. Founded in 1904, Hull City was promoted to the Premier League for the first time in franchise history in 2007-08 after winning the Football League Championship playoff. Their time in the top division was short-lived however, as a 19th-place finish in 2010 sent the Tigers back to the second tier. They made a Premier League comeback for the 2013-14 season when the Tigers enjoyed a franchise-best 16th-place finish. [+]

The following season however, Hull City was once again relegated to the Championship. Fast-forward two years, and the Tigers once again achieved Premier League status before being relegated in the 2016-17 season. They are once again in the Championship and hope to regain top-flight status for the 2018-19 season. 

Hull Betting Lines Today

Who does Hull play next and where is the game being played? Make sure you are well versed when it comes to their next game before placing a wager, and ensure you check the current betting lines. 

 

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Tuesday 18 July
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Bristol Rovers @ Hull

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Hull Scores & Schedule

Hull have an uphill battle on their plate to regain Premier League status, especially considering how grueling and demanding the Championship schedule is. Take a in-depth look Hull’s fixture list. 

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January 2017 (2)
Sat 7 Swansea 0 - 2 Hull +180 +153 Odds
Sun 29 FS R4 Hull 1 - 4 Fulham +275 +100 Odds
July 2017 (4)
Sat 15 Oxford 2 - 1 Hull +375 -161 Odds
Tue 18 Bristol 13:30 Hull
Sat 22 Hull 15:30 Benfica
Tue 25 Nantes 14:30 Hull
August 2017 (5)
Sat 5 Hull 12:30 Aston Villa +220 +119 Odds
Sat 12 Burton 10:00 Hull
Tue 15 Wolverhampton 14:45 Hull
Sat 19 Hull 10:00 QPR
Sat 26 Bolton 10:00 Hull
September 2017 (6)
Fri 8 Hull 14:45 Derby
Tue 12 Hull 14:45 Fulham
Sat 16 Sunderland 10:00 Hull
Sat 23 Hull 10:00 Reading
Tue 26 Preston 14:45 Hull
Sat 30 Birmingham 10:00 Hull
October 2017 (4)
Sat 14 Hull 10:00 Norwich
Sat 21 Hull 10:00 Barnsley
Sat 28 Nottingham 10:00 Hull
Tue 31 Middlesbrough 15:45 Hull
November 2017 (4)
Sat 4 Hull 11:00 Sheffield United
Sat 18 Ipswich 10:00 Hull
Tue 21 Hull 14:45 Millwall
Sat 25 Bristol C. 10:00 Hull
December 2017 (6)
Sat 2 Hull 10:00 Shef.Wedn.
Sat 9 Brentford 10:00 Hull
Sat 16 Hull 10:00 Cardiff
Sat 23 Hull 10:00 Leeds
Tue 26 Derby 10:00 Hull
Sat 30 Fulham 10:00 Hull
January 2018 (4)
Mon 1 Hull 10:00 Bolton
Sat 13 Reading 10:00 Hull
Sat 20 Hull 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 27 Leeds 10:00 Hull
February 2018 (5)
Sat 3 Hull 10:00 Preston
Sat 10 Hull 10:00 Nottingham
Sat 17 Barnsley 10:00 Hull
Tue 20 Hull 14:45 Middlesbrough
Sat 24 Sheffield United 10:00 Hull
March 2018 (5)
Sat 3 Hull 10:00 Ipswich
Tue 6 Millwall 14:45 Hull
Sat 10 Norwich 10:00 Hull
Sat 17 Hull 11:00 Birmingham
Fri 30 Aston Villa 10:00 Hull
April 2018 (6)
Mon 2 Hull 10:00 Wolverhampton
Sat 7 QPR 10:00 Hull
Tue 10 Hull 14:45 Burton
Sat 14 Shef.Wedn. 10:00 Hull
Sat 21 Hull 10:00 Bristol C.
Sat 28 Cardiff 10:00 Hull
May 2018 (1)
Sun 6 Hull 07:30 Brentford

Hull Standings Right Now

Hull are expected to at least qualify for the Championship playoffs. Check their current progress below and find out how close they are to acheiving their ultimate goal of returning to the Premier League. 

 

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
1 Chelsea Chelsea 93 38 30 3 5 85 33 52
2 Tottenham Tottenham 86 38 26 8 4 86 26 60
3 Manchester City Manchester City 78 38 23 9 6 80 39 41
4 Liverpool Liverpool 76 38 22 10 6 78 42 36
5 Arsenal Arsenal 75 38 23 6 9 77 44 33
6 Manchester United Manchester United 69 38 18 15 5 54 29 25
7 Everton Everton 61 38 17 10 11 62 44 18
8 Southampton Southampton 46 38 12 10 16 41 48 -7
9 Bournemouth Bournemouth 46 38 12 10 16 55 67 -12
10 West Bromwich West Bromwich 45 38 12 9 17 43 51 -8
11 West Ham West Ham 45 38 12 9 17 47 64 -17
12 Leicester Leicester 44 38 12 8 18 48 63 -15
13 Stoke Stoke 44 38 11 11 16 41 56 -15
14 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace 41 38 12 5 21 50 63 -13
15 Swansea Swansea 41 38 12 5 21 45 70 -25
16 Burnley Burnley 40 38 11 7 20 39 55 -16
17 Watford Watford 40 38 11 7 20 40 68 -28
18 Hull Hull 34 38 9 7 22 37 80 -43
19 Middlesbrough Middlesbrough 28 38 5 13 20 27 53 -26
20 Sunderland Sunderland 24 38 6 6 26 29 69 -40

How To Win At Hull Betting

Hull City endured a miserable start to the 2016-17 Premier League season, which eventually cost them their place in England’s top division. Their owners let them down, offering a depleted squad no cover and making them play in the world’s toughest division without a bonafide manager. Steve Bruce walked out on the club prior to the start of the season, adding insult to injury for a beleaguered Hull side. 

Ultimately, it was Hull’s league-worst away record that led to their demise. The Tigers won one of 19 away matches, amassing six of 57 possible points. They conceded 45 goals – another league worst – while scoring only nine. That’s less than a goal every two games. Those numbers offer some insight into why Hull will be plying their trade in the Championship next season. 

Hull progressively improved as the season wore on, picking up bundles of points during the tale end of the season. It was all thanks to the appointment of Marco Silva, who nearly rescued Hull from demotion. Hull were a different team with Silva at the helm. They were organized and played a disciplined brand of football required stay in the top flight. Hull had the the 13th best home record in the league and would have stayed in the Premier League had they won two more away games. 

Silva resigned as Hull manager when the team were consigned to relegation. He now manages Watford and won’t have to go down to the Championship like the rest of his team.

Hull’s chances in the Championship

It’s very difficult to gain promotion to the Premier League in the season after being relegated but Hull have been in this position before. They’re good futures bets to at least make the playoffs but returning to the top flight might be a tall order for a team who pings between leagues like a pendulum. Avoid backing them as futures for the upcoming season. 

Ready to put your money on Hull City? Here are some online sportsbook options that will help make your wagering decisions easier.