Seeley’s Selections – Hull v Liverpool

There is no live Premier League football this week until Wednesday, but there is a match for us to get stuck into with a few bets on Tuesday night in the only game of the evening between Hull and Liverpool at the KC Stadium.

BoyleSports make Liverpool there, very short 20/21 odds-on favourites for this clash and in my opinion they are well worth taking on.

The Reds can’t make Champions League football, regardless what Brendan Rodgers thinks, after their dire 0-0 draw at the weekend at West Brom and their season is in danger of becoming a bit of a damp squib. Against a team fighting for their lives at the foot of the table they can’t be backed with anybody’s cash on Tuesday night.

The Reds, as I’ve stated all season, are always a popular choice with you BoyleSports punters and that has to be the only reason why they are odds-on to win this, with an influx of money expected over the next 24 hours.

Rodgers’ team have stopped scoring goals, Daniel Sturridge is injured and Raheem Sterling looks like a man who wants out – that is a concern for any team.

The Reds have failed to score more than once in seven of their last eight games; they could have been playing until now against West Brom and they still wouldn’t have scored.

Liverpool have only one win in their last four Premier League games and they are just have to be opposed.

Hull put in a fantastic performance at the weekend winning 2-0 at Crystal Palace and that win has given them a great chance of Premier survival.

Steve Bruce’s side are a massive 10/3 to win this one with BoyleSports and if they do get the three points, they will take a huge step towards survival. All the motivation is with the home side in this clash.

The two met earlier in the season and they played out another dire 0-0 draw at Anfield; with two goalless draws in their last four matches the 7/1 on no goalscorer again with BoyleSports almost tempted me in.

I think there will be a goal on Tuesday, but not many Under 2.5 goals is 7/10 with BoyleSports and that looks the best play in the match.

Last season the Tigers beat a much better Liverpool team 3-1 and that’s 33/1 with BoyleSports for a repeat scoreline. I can’t see that, but I do like the home side to win by a slender 1-0 scoreline at 9/1 which will give the Tigers a great chance of surviving the drop.

Senegal international striker Dame N’Doye netted a brace at Selhurst Park at the weekend and his confidence must be sky high. At 15/2 I’m going to take him to upstage his higher profile opponents with the opening goal.

Seeley’s Selections:
Hull To Win @ 10/3
Under 2.5 Goals @ 7/10
Correct Score Hull 1-0 @ 9/1
Dame N’Doye First Goalscorer @ 15/2