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Tipster Hugh Wilson hit four winners over the weekend and is looking to continue his fine form with a 8/5 value bet from this mid-table Premier League clash on Monday

Hull City have been one of the surprises of the season after the first 14 matches, currently sitting in 13th position with 17 points.

Steve Bruce's side have been hugely impressive at home, beating Liverpool 3-1 last time out. However, their away form has been far from impressive, although they travel to Swansea City on Monday evening with a chance to leapfrog them with a win.

Paddy Power price the Tigers at 4/1 (5.00) to take all three points. The visitors have won just one and lost six of their away Premier League matches, though, so it may be worth avoiding this price.

Swansea bounced back from two losses in a row as they ran out 3-0 winners of Newcastle at the Liberty Stadium in midweek.

Michael Laudrup's side have played a number of matches already this season but fatigue so far has not been an issue for the Swans. Paddy Power price them at 3/4 (1.75) to win. The same firm price the draw at 13/5 (3.50).

Swansea will prove another testing challenge for Hull on the road, with the Tigers already having played Everton, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea away from the KC Stadium.

Monday should be no less tough and, with Swansea looking solid at home this season in the league, it is certainly worth backing them to win the match at 3/4 (1.75).

For those looking for more value, it is worth looking at the win to nil market to find a bet that stands out.

Stoke City are the only side to have scored at the Liberty Stadium in the league in their last four matches and, with this bet paying out against Hull City in four of their seven away matches, the 8/5 (2.60) price with Paddy Power is worth a small investment.

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Swansea to win at 3/4 (1.75) 2pt stake with Paddy Power Swansea to win to nil at 8/5 (2.60) 1pt stake with Paddy Power

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