Hull v Everton Stats Sheet

December 30, 2016 | Posted in: Stats sheets

There's just one Premier League game taking place tonight and although the Hull v Everton game may not be one that is guaranteed to get the TV viewership numbers ranking high, it's certainly one that will grab the attention of those looking to make some money from their bets.

Personally I'm staying out of it tonight as I haven't been able to identify any value in the markets and that's what I'm concentrating on nowadays.  I think Everton will win though and I said as much in yesterdays video with Natalie from SBR.  That opinion was partly based on the stats that I have available to me through my spreadsheets.

The stats sheet I'm going to share with you now.

Those of you who are TipsterHQ members are able to download the entire stats spreadsheet free of charge but for the rest of you, here's what you get when you sign up.

Hull v Everton

Hull v Everton

With the worst form of any side in the Premier League Hull are going to need to take a fairly big step up if they want to beat Everton this evening.  Even with home advantage they're lagging behind in a number of areas against the Toffees and it would be a bit of a shock if they were to get anything from this game.

The simplest way to explain how to read the sheet above is this, if it's in yellow, it's better.  So Everton win on pretty much every metric this sheet covers.  The only area that Everton don't win on is "Total Goals" and that's not exactly something that you can point to as a reason for a Hull win.

Hull did win this fixture the last time these two met almost two years ago (New Years Day 2015) but apart form that you're looking at 1 Everton victory and then 4 draws between these two sides in the last six matches.

So, if you're betting on an Everton win this evening then it looks like the draw is the danger in this one.

So, with all the stats at your disposal, what is your bet for tonights Hull v Everton match?

Stuart (Admin)


I've drawn on all my experience from working at BetAdvisor & TipsterAcademy in order to get this site built. It's been a challenge but I'm happy to bring it to you for your use.

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