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With all four sides in decent form and playing sides i nthe bottom half gof the table threes are definitely four winnable games, and the Irish brand are bracing themselves for a huge liability.
Hull have only lost once at the KC Stadium this season – surprisingly at the hands of Crystal Palace – but punters are brimming with Christmas confidence that Manchester United can add another defeat to their loss column.
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Moyes’ men have won the last seven matches in all competitions against Hull and have won 16 of the last 17 games they have played on December 26, with that in mind the away win has been severely punted at 8/13.
United’s recent form also has stepped up a notch after home defeats to Newcastle and Everton thanks to four successive victories – two in the league, one in the cup and one in Europe.
Hull continue to surpass all expectations this season under Steve Bruce.
But, the former United star will be well aware that despite sitting pretty in mid table they are only seven points above the relegation zone. If they hit a sticky patch, then they will be dragged towards the wrong end. The home win is available to be backed at 11/2 with the draw a 3/1 poke.
Hull have conceded only three goals in eight Premier League home games this season and this strong defence should mean any chance of a United romp look very slim. The 1-0 correct score at 5/1 looks the best bet.
United’s most recent upturn in fortunes has largely been down to the brilliance of England hitman Wayne Rooney, who has been all the rage in the markets to score against the Tigers.
Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Nani are all out for this game so Rooney will start up front with Javier Hernandez, who has been rumoured to be eyeing a move to Arsenal in January.
United’s main man has racked up three assists in matches against Aston Villa and West Ham, but is without a goal since notching against Tottenham in a 2-2 draw.
However, he has come close in both his recent outings of late where Danny Welbeck has taken the goalscoring mantle away and if he continues to get into those positions,
Hull will struggle to contain him. The last time Hull came across United in the Premier League in 2009, they were put to the sword by Rooney, with the forward firing two goals in two meeting with the Tigers in two matches in the same month. Rooney is 5/1 to score first and 7/5 to notch at any time this time around.