Our prediction for this Championship match:
Luton Town and Hull City take on each other at Kenilworth Road on the last day of the regular season. The Hatters have already booked their place in the playoffs, meaning that head coach Rob Edwards should decide to rest several first-team regulars. All Gabriel Osho, Reece Burke, and Jack Walton should miss out with injuries, but there are no suspended players in the home team.
The Tigers, meanwhile, are stuck in the middle of the table with 57 points on their account. Since Hull City should be happy with one point from Monday’s clash as well, we are tempted to put our money on draw. All Aaron Connolly, Oscar Estupinan, Cyrus Christie, Benjamin Tetteh, Nathan Baxter, and Vaughn Covil remain on the sidelines with injury. You should know that under 2.5 goals have been netted in four of Hull City’s last five league fixtures.
Highlighted Player (Allan Campbell):
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, on July 4, 1998, Allan Campbell is a Scottish footballer who plays for Motherwell. Campbell has been playing for the Steelmen since 2008 when he was a part of the Motherwell youth team.
The Scottish midfielder made his Premier League debut on October 29, 2016, in a 4-1 win over Ross County, and he scored his first goal in the Scottish top flight in a 4-2 victory over Inverness on April 15, 2017. Allan Campbell has 19 caps for the Scotland U21 team, but he has yet to receive a call-up for the Scotland senior team. His primary position is a defensive midfielder, but he is used as a central midfielder as well.
The Scottish footballer wears the number 6 shirt at Motherwell. In his youth days, Allan Campbell attended All Saints Roman Catholic Secondary School in Glasgow. He joined Motherwell football academy at the age of 10.
Highlighted Team (Hull City):
Hull City are a professional football club that was founded back in 1904. The Tigers used to play their home games at Boothferry Park, but they moved to the KC Stadium in 2002. The stadium capacity is 24,450.
Hull impressed in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign and, as a result, they returned to the English Premier League. Hull City fans consider Leeds United their main rivals, but Sheffield United are regarded as Hull’s fierce rivals as well. Steve Bruce took over the reins at the club in 2012 and the experienced tactician helped the team book a place in the 2013/2014 FA Cup final, but Arsenal proved to be a big catch for the Tigers in the title decider.
Hull City finished the 2013/2014 Premier League campaign in 16th place in the standings to achieve their highest ever top flight finish. It has to be noted that Curtis Davies was named the team’s player of the year in the 2013/2014 season.