Swansea v Hull Odds : 4/1 on away win looking too big to miss at Liberty

The latest Swansea v Hull odds, with plenty of money coming in for the away win at a big price of 4/1 report Paddy Power (KO 20:00GMT).

Monday night football is back as all eyes turn to South Wales, as Paddy Power report that plenty of money has come in on Steve Bruce’s side at a healthy looking price of 4/1

The Tigers have a superb record against the Welsh side, winning three and losing none of their previous four encounters, as their price does look a little to big to ignore.



Latest odds: Swansea 3/4, draw 13/5, Hull 4/1
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Swansea will look to head into their crucial Europa League group clash with St Gallen on a high.

The Swans has been something of a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde team this season shifting between the sublime and the poor.

Last Wednesday they gave a reminder of their ability to beat in-form teams as they beat Newcastle United 3-0 at home.

The win at the Liberty stadium was only their second successive all season in front of their home fans and moved the club up to 11th in the table.

Last season the club won 6 and drew 8 of their 19 home games and in their first two years in the Premier League they have lost just 9 times in front of their home fans. This season however they have already lost twice and midfielder Jonjo Shelvey wants the club to make the Liberty Stadium a fortress once more.

“We needed the three points against Newcastle, and we need to keep pushing up the league,” said the former Liverpool midfielder.

“The more we turn this place into a fortress and get the points then it takes the pressure away when we go away to the bigger teams.

“It’s never been difficult for me to play here. The fans have been first class for me. Every time I’ve played they have been superb and hopefully we can kick on at home starting on Monday.”

Manager Brian Laudrup is likely to be without star forwards Michu and Wilfried Bony for the clash although the pair will be given as much time as possible to prove their fitness.

Fellow striker Alvaro Vazquez is also struggling to be fit meaning that Swansea could be forced to play without a recognised front man on Monday.

For Hull meanwhile the famous win over Liverpool was cast aside in cold fashion as they went down 2-0 to Arsenal in their last outing. Steve Bruce’s side have been impressive on their own patch with all but three of their 14 points coming at home.

However away from the comforts of the KC stadium the club have struggled losing five times already and winning just once.

Bruce welcomes back Curtis Davis after he missed the defeat to the Gunners through suspension while Matty Fryatt will be hoping for some game after returning to the club following a loan spell with Sheffield Wednesday.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.