Justice Refund: Wigan score 8 to leave Hull in a state but Paddy’s Tigers backers get some relief

Hull didn’t turn up for their vital Championship relegation clash with Wigan last night so Paddy’s not counting bets placed on them to win.

Wigan 8 0 Hull

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In fact, because Grant McCann’s mob were 7-0 (seven) down at half time we decided to pull the trigger on Paddy’s earliest-ever Justice Refund payout during the break. That meant all pre-match singles placed on Hull were winging their way back to punters after 45 minutes at the DW Stadium on Tuesday.

A 7-0 win for Wigan at full-time would’ve been priced at 200/1 and we decided enough was enough before the Latics went on to grab their eighth of the game in the second half.

Paddy said: “Hull didn’t bother turning up tonight, so we won’t bother counting the bets on them. Backing Hull, punters didn’t stand a chance – more like sigh of the Tigers after this one.”

Paddy’s punters will not have to count the cost of The Tigers’ toothless performance but it’s a different story for McCann and his cubs. They’re 22nd in the Championship, the final relegation spot, with just two games to go.

They face a do-or-die clash with fellow relegation candidates Luton on Saturday while Wigan’s amazing battle against adversity, with the threat of a 12-point deduction hanging over their heads, continues against Charlton.

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After dishing out that mauling to The Tigers, Paul Cook’s men could actually do Hull a favour by beating the team that sits one place ahead of them in the Championship ahead of Wednesday evening’s clashes.

This Justice Refund applies to pre-match singles and has been returned as a free bet with no max stake for online and retail bets.

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