Preston (17/10) travel to Hull (33/20) with both sides needing points to improve their lowly positions.
The Tigers are bottom of the Championship one point behind their visitors who occupy the 22nd spot. Both sides have just two wins each this season, and it’s no surprise neither side has managed back-to-back wins.
Last season, Preston won both meetings with Hull 2-1. Preston is 19/2 to win 2-1 for the third meeting in a row and for precisely three goals to be scored on the market at 53/20.
At the KCOM in September 2017, Tom Barkhuizen opened the scoring in the 39th minute before Jarrod Bowen levelled five minutes into the second half. Callum Robinson scored the winner two minutes from time.
Preston led both meetings last season at half-time, and they are 43/20 to lead at the break at the KCOM this time. City is also 43/20 to be in front at the interval.
In the market for first or last goalscorer, Barkhuizen, who has two goals in his last four games, is 8/1 (13/5 anytime) to continue his good form.
Robinson leads Preston with four league goals this season and is 6/1 (37/20 anytime) to make it five goals.
For the Tigers, Bowen, who scored in both games against Preston last season, is 7/1 (11/5 anytime) to make it three games in a row.
Chris Martin has yet to get off the mark in Tigers colours and is 13/2 (2/1 anytime) to rectify that.
If Preston’s last five games are anything to go by, goals should be guaranteed. Their last five games in all competitions have produced a total of 24 goals at an average of 4.8. For more than 4.5 goals this time, odds of 19/4 are available.