The Tigers sit in second place in the league, seven points behind leaders Cardiff City who have also got a game in hand.
Realistically, Steve Bruce's men are fighting for the final automatic promotion spot, and with Watford and Crystal Palace hard on their heels, they can't afford a slip up over Easter.
The Tigers got back to winning ways away from home this month, after losing three tough fixtures in a row.
Bruce's men were soundly beaten away to Brighton, Crystal Palace and Bolton, but beat Burnley in front of the television cameras to stop the rot.
Before the three losses, Hull had been unbeaten on the road in eight, winning six of those games. Coral price them as favorites at 13/10 (2.30) to come away with three points, which seems like a fantastic price and well worth backing.
Despite a fantastic start to the season, Huddersfield have been flirting with the relegation places in the second half of this campaign. The Terriers have only managed two home wins in their last 14 games, which contributed to the sacking of Simon Grayson earlier this year, with former Coventry boss Mark Robins taking charge in February.
Robins hasn't managed to turn the club's fortunes around yet, with one home win in four. Coral price them as the underdogs at 2/1 (3.00). The same firm have the draw at 12/5 (3.40).
The best bet here seems to be Hull to win at 13/10 (2.30). Bruce’s men have won 10 games on the road this season, and taking into fact Huddersfield’s poor home form, this bet is not to be ignored.
For those looking for value, Hull to win to nil is a rather hefty 27/10 (3.70).
The Tigers boast the fourth best defence in this year's Championship, and with Huddersfield failing to score in three of their last four home matches, this bet is defiantly worth an investment.
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