The Tigers became Burnley’s first Premier League scalp before the international break, losing 1-0 thanks to a 50th-minute Ashley Barnes winner just days after a home defeat to Southampton.
It’s five wins from seven in all competitions for Spurs, however they suffered a slip-up at home to Stoke last time out.
Last season, Spurs’ trip to the KC Stadium saw them leave with a point and many would consider a repeat of that outcome relatively likely.
As such, you can get 5/2 on a draw, or 6/1 on a repeat of last year’s 1-1. Hull have failed to find the net in their last three Premier League fixtures, meaning that Spurs head into this fixture as slight 6/5 favourites.
Goals have been tricky to come by for both sides but, with Harry Kane emerging as a reliable option up front for Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino, the England Under-21 striker is a tempting 5/1 to score first.
Spurs will feel they should have enough about them to see off Hull’s challenge and therefore the 42/25 on offer for Spurs to win or draw with over 2.5 goals seems a plausible option.