Our Game of the Day series continues as Paul Higham takes a deeper look at Hull versus Everton in the third round of the FA Cup throws.
Our Game of the Day features continue and Saturday’s FA Cup third round selection comes from the MKM Stadium as Hull City host a side from Everton desperate for a result.
Only one win of twelve has Rafa Benitez sat in the hottest of the hot seats – tied with Claudio Ranieri in the Premier League sack race – that was pretty warm when he settled down at Goodison Park after so much with Liverpool Had success at Stanley Park.
For Hull, they’re fixated on a Turkish takeover to get them out of the championship drop zone, and an expanded injury list that means there’s a trophy run right now isn’t at the top of their list.
Let’s dive into this fascinating third round tie and see below how to vote for your favorite special odds boost for this game.
January could will be a big month for Hull City as the upcoming acquisition of Turkish businessman Acun Ilicali ends the Allam family’s 11-year reign that has severely deteriorated their relationship with fans recently.
It was a seven-month slog for Ilicali when applying for the championship club, but there will be renewed optimism at the MKM Stadium as soon as the deal is finally ratified, as the new owner is already due for signings in January.
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And Tigers boss Grant McCann could use a few new faces in a squad that is dangerously only four points from the relegation zone – making even an occasion like a tie in the third round of the FA Cup against a team like Everton may not be their top priority.
These days seem a long way off, however, with McCann playing second fiddle to an FA Cup game in surviving the championship has struggled with serious injury problems – with strikers Mallik Wilks and Josh Magennis as well as Josh Emmanuel, Lewie Coyle and Alfie Jones – despite having veteran Tom Huddlestone from Covid back.
There aren’t many managers right now with a result need as Rafa Benitez.
One must feel sorry for Benitez as the club’s recruiting has undoubtedly been lazy for years, but then he knew that as a former Liverpool boss from Stanley Park, he was Everto Once known as a small club, entering would have limited air to breathe before the fans spin.
The fans at Goodison Park know the squad isn’t good enough, and they know Benitez is having major injury problems too but they still want to be more than 15th, just eight points behind relegation and only one win in tournament 12.
There has been some good news lately with Dominic Calvert-Lewis over the weekend came back against Brighton but cannot be risked as Salomon Rondon is able to start up front. New signings Nathan Patterson and Vitali Mykolenko could also potentially make their debut.
Even the possibility of signing new players after a shake in the Benitez boardroom could be a good sign for the future, but the Spanish coach won’t be ahead Be the place to see this unless it starts showing results quickly.
Hull hasn’t won four times but has won four straight times before so let’s hope for better and Everton has the whole season only won two away games – and the ones in Brighton and Huddersfield came back in August.
It wasn’t much better for the Toffees in this tournament as Everton have lost the last three away games in the FA Cup in a row, despite two of them Anfield.
And while those two haven’t been contracted in the FA Cup since the 1960s, Everton has won four of the last seven in all competitions.
The Tigers were also unsuccessful against the big clubs in this competition, losing their last 18 FA Cup games against top teams, and yet they were good at getting past the third round – they won seven of the last nine in this phase.
Everton should have a lot under control here, but the pressure is great in this duel, against an injury-ridden championship fighter who has no real interest in this competition – only a decisive win as the odds favorite is enough.
Hull has at least scored at home lately, winning seven of the last eight when they only won three of them. That’s because they conceded 10 in just two of those eight – even a team not used to winning as much as Everton should find their way to goal here.
Not that the Toffees are great away goalscorers, as they have scored in five of their last eight away games but only scored two goals once. Hull can be an antidote, however, and you believe the Premier League outfit could stay a few here.
An Everton win and over 2.5 goals comes out at 21/10, but you could do that instead Win 100/30 for the score that scores three or more goals.
If your looking for a high priced doubles then Richard Smallwood has a 3/1 chance to get booked like him on this one Has done six times this season, including three in the last five. He’s in the midfield engine room and referee Kevin Friend has dealt 20 points in his last three games.
As always, you need to keep an eye on the team leaves and Covid cases, but the key figures for Everton should be the tall men Demarai Gray and Anthony Gordon, both of whom are too talented for this Hull squad to hold them back could.
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Gordon will fly after scoring his first two Everton goals against Brighton last time, while Gray was not only Everton’s top scorer but also their only consistent performer this season.
These two combinations form our two picks for this game, which YOU can add to by voting for your favorite on Betfair’s social media channels.
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