West Brom should be able to take care of Hull at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday.
Hull v West Brom - Saturday 15:00
Hull succumbed to a dismal 3-0 defeat away to Sunderland last week, meaning they’ve now lost seven of their last eight, conceding 24 and scoring just five goals during this sequence. They badly need Abel Hernandez back fit, with Dieumerci Mbokani (their only fit striker) having failed to score a single goal this season so far. Robert Snodgrass is the only Hull player to have scored more than once, leading the way with four goals, but their reliance upon the Scotland international has become absurd, and without more contribution all round this will be a long, hard season for the Tigers.
West Brom romped to an unexpected 4-0 victory over Burnley in their last match to follow their triumph over champions Leicester before the international break. It was the second time this season that Tony Pulis’ side have hit the back of the net four times, and they will be looking forward to this game as a chance to push on up the table where they currently sit comfortably in ninth. They’ve only lost twice in their last eight (against title contenders Liverpool and Man City), and given Hull have lost four of their last five at the KCOM Stadium, failing to score in three of these defeats an away win to nillooks a decent price at 4.1.