EFL: Wigan vs Hull



Losing to Millwall at home, Hull City missed the opportunity to escape the group with the red light in an unfortunate way. The situation was very dangerous for the "tigers", when they only had 3 rounds to see the world. Therefore, the encounter with a team running out of goals like Wigan will be a "1 no 2" chance for Hull City to create momentum for the escape. 





Wigan had a very difficult turn-by-turn phase, but the sad story changed in the second leg. Specifically, they only lost a match in the last 12 rounds, along with 7 wins and 4 draws. This achievement has helped them almost certainly relegation when owning 54 points after 15 rounds and maintaining a distance of 9 points more than the red light group. In the last round, however, they suddenly surprised the club team Barnsley with a draw. There are obviously signs of subjectivity, as well as superficiality in the way Wigan plays. Obviously the result was not surprising, when their competitive motivation was exhausted. The difficulty was even worse for Wigan when they did not win the last 2 encounters with Hull City. Not to mention their opponents are now in a state of nothing to lose and of course Hull City will be determined to leave with 3 points completely.

On this side, Hull City is facing the risk of being relegated very high when it has only collected 45 points since the beginning of the season and ranked 21st in the rankings. The chance of relegation of this team is still there when they are only 1 point behind the safety group. But with the recent poor performance, it will be very difficult for the tigers to turn the tables. Remember, in the last 3 rounds, they did not bring any score. Further, the previous 17 games Hull City won 16 times with 13 defeats and 3 draws. In the away field, Hull City also did not win 9/10 times in the last march, even receiving 8 defeats. Of course the fans still expect the determination of the visitors. By now they have no way back but go forward and get 3 points.


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