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Hull City vs Swansea Betting Predictions, Where To Watch?

Hull City vs Swansea will be a game between two teams at the bottom of the Championship table and looking to climb towards the upper half of the standings.

Date and Time: 29th January 2022 @8:30 PM IST

Venue: KC Stadium

Hull City vs Swansea, where to watch?

India: No Live Telecast

Hull City vs Swansea Team News:

Hull City:

The 4-2-3-1 style favoured by Shota Arveladze means that Hull might depart from the three-man defence that has suited them so well in recent weeks. Brandon Fleming might make his start at left-back, while Di’Shon Bernard, a centre-back, could step in at right-back in the absence of Josh Emmanuel and Lewie Coyle, who are both out injured. On Thursday, midfielder Regan Slater joined the Tigers as the club’s first acquisition of the January transfer window, and he might make his debut.


Flynn Downes has been banned for Swansea after getting sent off in stoppage time of the second half of their match against QPR on Tuesday. Due to an injury, Olivier Ntcham was unable to make the journey to West London, but he is anticipated to return at the MKM Stadium. Jamie Paterson has not been associated with the first team as a result of a contract disagreement with the club’s owners.

Hull City vs Swansea probable playing XI:

Hull City possible starting lineup:

Nathan Baxter; Di’Shon Bernard, McLoughlin, Greaves, Brandon Fleming; Docherty, Richard Smallwood; Longman, Honeyman, Lewis-Potter; Eaves

Swansea City possible starting lineup:

Hamer; Cabango, Kyle Naughton, Manning; Christie, Korey Smith, Grimes, Latibeaudiere; Ntcham, Wolf; Joel Piroe

Hull City vs Swansea Betting predictions:

Match Betting: Hull City win (3.10)

Draw (3.20)

Swansea City win (2.40)

Hull City vs Swansea

The One-Liner Explainer:

Normally, a change in management comes when a club is in desperate need of a boost, but confidence will already be high in the Hull camp after two great victories in a row. We believe that the Tigers will prevail once again, even though Swansea is still without the offensive presence of Paterson.

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