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Hull City vs Swansea in the Championship on Jan 29. 2022 + Odds & Prediction

Hull City vs Swansea in the Championship on Jan 29. 2022 + Odds & Prediction

Getting a new era underway at the KCOM this weekend in Grant McCann's first game since leaving the club, Hull City will be desperate to extend on what has been a recent boost.

Storming their way away from the drop zone and picking up back-to-back Championship scalps, Saturday's hosts could be smelling the chance to lay down another marker here.

Despite managing to snatch a point away at play-off contenders QPR earlier in the week, Swansea have still recorded just a single win from any of their last seven matchups across all competitions.

Kindly note that all information in this preview, including whether or not the event will take place, is subject to change due to Covid-19.

Over/Under - Total GoalsUnder 2.5
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Under 2.5 goals

In what is a matchup between two sides who have spent the majority of this season battling it out at the foot of the Championship table, Hull City vs Swansea could prove to be a cagey affair this weekend.

With Saturday's opponents playing out a 0-0 stalemate when they faced off in south Wales back on September 11th, it should be highlighted that Hull and Swansea have seen their last seven combined Championship fixtures finish with under 2.5 goals.

With chances expected to come at a premium, it's worth noting that a similar outcome of under 2.5 goals can be found priced at 8/11.

Hull City, form, squad news, opinion

With it finally announced that Turkish businessman Acun Ilicali had completed his £20 million takeover of Hull City last week, it is fair to say that the Tigers have endured quite the roller coaster time.

Making the shock move to immediately sack manager Grant McCann after a three-year stay at the KCOM, their search for a new boss is firmly underway.

However, while Hull could be without a new permanent manager in their dugout this weekend, Saturday's hosts have managed to find a stunning boost on the pitch over the past 10 days.

Drawing a line under their six-match winless run with a shock 2-0 victory against top-two hopefuls Blackburn on January 19th, the Tigers really built off of that momentum last weekend.

Claiming another promotion contender scalp as they landed a 1-0 win away at Bournemouth, Hull suddenly find themselves holding a commanding nine-point buffer over the drop zone.

However, while they might be sat in pole position to extend on their Championship status this season, they could be without a host of first-team stars once again here.

It appears that the likes of Mallik Wilks, Joshua Emmanuel, Callum Elder and Andy Cannon could all be missing.

Swansea form, squad news, opinion

Suffering a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Brentford in last season's play-off final, it is fair to say that Swansea have rather drastically struggled to match a similar level this time around.

Watching former boss Steve Cooper make the move to Championship rivals Nottingham Forest last summer, they have spent the whole of the 2021/22 campaign scrapping it out in the bottom-half of the table under Russell Martin.

Failing to really invest in their squad and almost treading water, last weekend's 1-0 win against Preston on home soil is the only victory that Swansea have collected from their last seven matchups across all competitions.

With that run highlighted by a 4-1 drumming against Forest before entering the New Year, the Swans have at least managed to find some stability at the back.

Claiming a 0-0 stalemate against QPR earlier in the week, Swansea have recorded back-to-back Championship clean sheets for the first time since the middle of October.

However, Martin will be unable to call upon midfield starlet Flynn Downes at the KCOM this weekend after the 23-year-old was sent off against QPR on Tuesday night.


Claiming back-to-back Premier League wins when the two sides faced off on top-flight duties during the 2016/2017 campaign, it is fair to say that Hull really hold an eye-catching record against Saturday's guests.

Claiming a 0-0 stalemate when they made the trip to the Liberty back in September, Hull have remarkably lost just one of their last nine straight meetings against Swansea.

About the Venue

While Hull might have endured some testing times over the past decade, there is no doubt that the Tigers will be hoping that the arrival of new owner Acun Ilicali will lead to more stability at the KCOM.

Looking to claim three Championship wins on the bounce for the first time since November, Hull will be looking for a similar vocal home support that they received when Premier League outfit Everton arrived on FA Cup duties earlier in the month.

In terms of COVID-19 protocol in England, Vaccine Passports will be a requirement of entry and these regulations are set to be in place until the end of January at least.


While Hull might have seen now-former boss Grant McCann head out of the KCOM exit last week, the Tigers will know that they have no time to feel sorry for themselves when Swansea arrive on Saturday afternoon.

Shocking many across the Championship after picking up back-to-back wins against promotion contenders Blackburn and Bournemouth over the past 10 days, Hull will be desperate to lay down another marker here.

On the flip side, having to settle for just a single point away at QPR earlier in the week and with just a single win from their last seven outings, Swansea will know that they should face another tough test away from the Liberty this weekend.