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Hull City v Fulham prediction, goals, btts and live streaming FA Cup



An interesting fixture is on the cards as Fulham visit the MKM Stadium to face Hull City in the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon.

The Cottagers have dominated today’s opponents in recent years, winning the last three clashes between these teams.

Will that dominance continue here, or will Hull City advance to the next round?

Tip 1: Fulham to win

To be fair, Hull City have enjoyed some fine form lately; they are coming off back-to-back wins, with no losses in their last seven matches.

However, it’s worth noting that Fulham have been unstoppable lately. The Cottagers have won three in a row, allowing just one goal in that stretch.

We would also like to mention that Fulham tend to play well against Hull City; as they won the last three skirmishes between these two, and lost just once in their last seven encounters. On that note, we are predicting a sure home win for the Cottagers.

Tip 2: BTTS

It’s fair to point out that Fulham did not concede in their last three meetings with Hull City. However, preventing the hosts from correct score predictions today will be a difficult task.

Hull City found the net in eight of their last nine games; they registered four goals in their previous match alone.

Considering both teams were on the scoresheet in seven of Hull City’s last nine games, both teams should score.

Other Match Predictions of interest:

Where to watch Hull vs Fulham live streaming on TV

Canada: Sportsnet One, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet East
Brazil: ESPN
Bulgaria: Nova Sport
Cyprus: Cytavision Sports 3HD
Croatia: Sport Klub 1 HR
Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina: Sport Klub 1 SRB
Slovenia: Sport Klub 1 SLO
Denmark, Greenland & Norway: Viaplay
Sweden: Viaplay, V Sport Extra
Greece: Cosmote Sport 7
Mexico: ESPN+
Portugal: Sport TV6

Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay & Venezuela: ESPN+

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