Derby County v Hull City: Rams ready to slaughter Tigers

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Championship football returns after the international break this evening as Derby County host Hull City.

Both teams are locked together on seven points ahead of this one which should make it an intriguing encounter.

Our traders have made the hosts the favourites for this one, though. The Rams have won three of their last four against Hull. They’re Evens to keep that record going.

Meanwhile, the Tigers are a handy 14/5 shout. The draw is 23/10, but bear in mind it hasn’t ended all-square between the sides since 2007.

There also tends to be goals when the pair meet.

Four of the last six have seen Over 2.5 Goals land. We go 21/10 that the trend continues this evening.

While there may be goals we’re not expecting both teams to score.

It’s only happened twice in the past six meetings and Both Teams to Score – No, is 10/11 as a result.

If you fancy challenging tradition however, then Derby and Both Teams to Score could be for you at 10/3.

The Rams have scored in all but one of their games so far this season. They’ve bolstered their attack too, with Sam Winnall joining on loan from Sheffield Wednesday.

Winnall is 17/10 to open his Pride Park account here. Fellow home forward Chris Martin is a more likely 6/4 shout.

Meanwhile, tonight’s visitors will be relying on 20-year-old forward Jarrod Bowen to shoulder the burden in front of goal.

The youngster has four goals in five games so far and is a tasty looking 11/5 to add to that tally. New signing from Burton Albion Jackson Irvine is 4/1.

In the correct score market we like Derby to win 2-0.

It’s priced at a generous 8/1 and has come to fruition in two of the last four meetings between the pair.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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Nick Murphy

Nick is a graduate of the University of East Anglia where he doubled up as the sports editor of the student newspaper Concrete. He also supports Dagenham & Redbridge and previously edited the matchday programme at Victoria Road. Other passions include darts, cricket, speedway and horse racing.