Burnley vs Hull City Live Streaming - Npower Championship Live
Burnley are coasting at the moment, just one win in the last eight games with very few goals scored or conceded. Burnley are nine points outside the playoff zone and nine points above the relegation places.
Burnley have 13 wins, 9 draws and 14 losses. Burnley have a host of injuries for this game. Michael Duff and Ben Mee miss out, Ross Wallace and Dean Marney too. Chris McCann played the 2nd half of the last game after his return from a long injury setback and reported no ill effects.
Hull are stuck in a rhythmn of winning then losing games, with a few uncharachteristic thumpings in there too. Last seven games has seen four wins and three losses with 14 goals scored and 11 conceded (but 8 in just 2 of those games) Hull are still well placed though, sitting in 4th position with 20 wins, 5 draws and 11 losses. They are only a single point behind the automatic promotion spot. Hull have only one worry with Corry Evans a big doubt, good news in the shape of two big players returning from injury: Paul McShane and Abdy Faye.
Hull have been thumped on their last two away days but they've still won eight times on their travels so haven't become a bad side over the past fortnight.
They'd have been a shorter price had they not been bashed by Bolton and pummelled by Palace but in between those efforts they still managed to stick five past Birmingham.
What Hull do is score goals and that gives them a massive chance at Burnley, who don't.
Burnley have only scored two in their last five, have won only one of their last eight and if Hull can keep Charlie Austin quiet it's hard to see the Clarets winning.