Hull City quarter-term report: Stuttering Tigers must improve on the road

Yorkshire Post football writer Leon Wobschall reviews the first ten games of the Championship campaign and discusses where Hull City will finish this season.

Watch Leon's season summary in the two-minute video above or scroll down for his written assessment.

So far, so good?

Disappointing current position, but Hull have displayed evidence, certainly on home soil, that they have two bonafide match-winners on the flanks in Jarrod Bowen and Kamil Grosicki.

If others can work in harness with them and some defensive resolution and consistency is found, Hull will move upwards.

Room for improvement?

Seb Larsson celebrates his goal against Birmingham City with Markus Henrikson

Away form. Two points from a possible 15 on their travels thus far, which has added to their away malaise from last term.

All told, Hull have not picked up three points away from home in 23 matches, with the run stretching back over a year to August 20, 2016 – 411 days ago.

Likely destination?

Lower top-half.

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