Hull vs Luton Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 30/09/2022

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Hull vs Luton: Our top betting tips

Hull have been on a dreadful run of late with four defeats on the spin. Will they stop the rot here? Find out with our Hull vs Luton match preview with free tips, predictions and odds mentioned along the way.

Tigers to come up short again

We begin our tips for this match by backing Luton to win. The Hatters have only won two of their last five matches but their performances have been much better than results suggest. Hull meanwhile are in a real slump of form; they've lost each of their last four, are second bottom of the form table and edging ever closer to the relegation zone with every passing week. Combine that with a head to head record that shows Luton have won each of the last three clashes between these sides and things don't look great for the Tigers.

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Going over 2.5 goals

Our next tip for this match sees us backing over 2.5 total goals. Hull have passed that threshold in four of their past five matches whilst averaging 3.4 goals per game. Luton meanwhile have gone north of 2.5 goals in three of their past five matches but again with a strong goals per game average; their average sits at 2.8. When you then consider three of the last five head to head meetings – including the most recent clash – have seen at least three goals it is little surprise that we are expecting to see the net bulge a few times!

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Here are the key stats & form guide for Hull vs Luton

Can Hull break losing run?

Hull are in a pretty bleak spot right now but Luton could act as an example to them; the Hatters kicked off the season by going winless in five but have turned things around. All it takes is one good result and the entire mood about a club can turn; can Hull get that elusive win here?

Hull arrive into this match with half a dozen injuries in the squad, which isn't ideal. Sayyadmanesh is arguably the biggest miss. Other than that, most of the key players will be available with their key man unquestionably Oscar Estupinan who has seven goals so far this season.

Hull Predicted lineup – Baxter, Coyle, Greaves, Elder, Figueiredo, Slater, Seri, Vale, Tufan, Pelkas, Estupinan

Like their hosts, Luton aren't injury free coming into this match with James Shea and Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu both expected to be out until mid-October. That said, they will still name a decent side; keep a special eye on Carlton Morris; he's scored six and created three goals from just 10 appearances.

Luton Predicted lineup – Horvath, Lockyer, Burke, Potts, Bree, Bell, Clark, Lansbury, Campbell, Woodrow, Morris

A quickfire FAQ on Hull vs Luton


  • Where is the match being hosted? – MKM Stadium
  • Who do the bookmakers have as favourites? – Hull
  • What time does the match kick off?  8 PM GMT