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Hull's home form too strong for Boro
Hull City should maintain their excellent home form under Marco Silva and beat goal-shy Middlesbrough on Wednesday.

The Tigers came from a goal down to defeat West Ham on Saturday and have the firepower to see off Steve Agnew’s battling Boro.

Silva himself now boasts an incredible record of success on home turf with the Portuguese tactician having not tasted a defeat at home since his time as Estoril manager three years ago.

During that time Silva has seen his teams win 32 of 39 matches and he has quickly turned the KCOM stadium into a fortress since his arrival in January.

Agnew, on the other hand, has not won in his two matches in charge since he replaced former manager Aitor Karanka.

Boro missed a late chance to snatch a win against relegation rivals Swansea on Sunday when Rudy Gestede could not direct his close-range header on target.

The Teesiders have not packed much punch up front all season and possess the league’s lowest goal output – a paltry 20 goals from 29 matches.

Middlesbrough have doubts over the fitness of Gaston Ramirez and Fabio ahead of the trip to Hull, who are now four points ahead of them in the Premier League table.

Both teams must go for the win as they remain below the safety line with Swansea currently occupying the last position of safety – 17th place.

However, while Hull have shown that they can score a goal when the pressure is on, Middlesbrough have not been able to recover from losing positions.

Boro have only taken two points in matches where they have conceded the first goal and their fragile confidence will again be tested on Wednesday.

Hull are likely to start with Abel Hernandez up front, despite the Uruguayan’s angry reaction to being substituted on Saturday.

Silva was saving the South America for Wednesday’s fixture and could pair him with Oumar Niasse from kick-off, albeit with a tweak in the formation.

Kamil Grosicki is pushing for a start after coming on and settling up both second half goals against the Hammers.

Silva could revert to the 4-4-2 formation that proved successful after half-time when he discarded the three centre-back system he deployed at the start of the match.

Tom Huddlestone is still suspended after being red carded at Everton but Silva has Sam Clucas, David Meyler and Alfred N’Diaye at his disposal.

Hull appear to have too much for Middlesbrough on this occasion and the price associated with the n/a home win looks too tempting to turn down.

Recommended Bet: Home Win at n/a
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