Boro vs Hull

Looking back, it can be seen that Middlesbrough is superior to Hull City in terms of confrontation achievement.  Not to say far, in the last 5 encounters with this opponent, Boro had 5 victories and only 1 defeat (won 5, drew 1, lost 1).  At home Riverside, Middlesbrough are also maintaining a 4-match winning streak against Hull City.

However, in the reunion tonight between the two teams in the 17th round of the English first division, the house only listed the ratio of 0: 0.  This is a modest rate if you notice that in the last 4 games to welcome Hull City, Boro has been rated with the lowest rate of 0: 1/4.  The change on the trading floor reflects the current situation between the two clubs.  While Middlesbrough is in the red light group with only 13 points after 16 rounds, Hull City are 12th with 22 points.

The obvious weakness of Boro is poor attack (13 goals / 16 matches).  This is why they have only 2 wins in the English first division this season.  The last time Boro won was the match in mid-September when they passed Reading 1-0 at home.  Since then, Jonathan Woodgate's teachers and students have 9 more games, but they can only draw and lose (draw 4, lose 5).

Contrary to that, the more he plays, the more Hull City flourishes.  Not far behind, in the last 4 rounds, they had 3 victories in both professional and Asian ratios.  Compared to Boro, The Tigers displayed more impressive attack ability (23 goals).

Middlesbrough is currently in the red light group, so it is important to get points.  In front of the cheers of the home audience, Woodgate's teachers and students have reason to adopt an open play.  This is considered a good opportunity for Hull to apply their forte style to win the full 3 points.  

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