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EFL: HCAFC vs Millwall

Back at KCOM Stadium at the 43rd round of the First Division of England this year, the "Tigers" Hull City will have a very difficult match against Millwall to raise hopes of relegation after a season of empty bowl. Let's wait and see, the relegation momentum is enough to help Hull City return to the victory circuit after the poor series over time. Or Millwall with the relaxed mentality will continue to bury the opponent into the deep of the rankings.

Home team Hull City currently only get 45 points with the difference of -16. This bad performance makes them in the red light group with the position 22 on the chart. Thus, if not improving the performance in the remaining 4 rounds, saying goodbye to the First Class English playground is only a matter of time. Unstable form in the recent period is also bringing concern to home fans. In the last 6 matches, Hull City got only 1 victory, drew 1 match and lost the remaining 4 matches. The weakness of defense is still the unresolved problem when 18 is the number of goals lost to the host in 6 games mentioned above. In the context of the Championship going to the final rounds, the chances for them are smaller and smaller if Hull City does not know the opportunities.

Millwall is on its way to getting into the top 6 to advance to the promotion play-off ticket. However, 5 points is not an easy gap to fill in at the present time and the visitors seems to have abandoned this impossible goal. In the last round, they lost to Middlesbrough (0-2) right at home. Thus, the last 5 appearances they have only 1 victory, the rest divided 2 matches and also received 2 defeats. However, Gary Rowett's army is quite stable on the away field with 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in the last 5 rounds. In the last 5 confrontations, Millwall also lost only 1 and won 2 against Hull City. The problem now is whether they are really determined to win points or not. By the end of the season, fans were no strangers to the intense matches of the teams in dangerous areas.