EFL Championship | Hull City VS Middlesbrough; Thursday, 11 April at 02:45 GMT +8

Hull City demonstrated their potential at the stadium against Leicester City, but have struggled with consistency this season. They have suffered two consecutive defeats before their recent win against Cardiff City. Middlesbrough, on the other hand, are currently in good form, having won seven consecutive games without defeat and kept a clean sheet in five of those fixtures.

Hull City boss Liam Rosenior faces only fitness concerns due to a full-strength group, with Cyrus Christie missing out due to Achilles tendon problems. The Tigers may start with a 4-4-2 system, starting with Ryan Allsop, Regan Slater, Alfie Jones, Jacob Greaves, Matty Jacob, and others..

Middlesbrough manager Michael Carrick must select a team with limited availability, including injured Riley McGree and ankle surgery-prone Darragh Lenihan. The Boro will likely use a 4-2-3-1 system with Seny Dieng, Luke Ayling, Jonathan Howson, Matt Clarke, Luke Thomas, Daniel Barlaser, Lewis O’Brien, Isaiah Jones, Finn Azaz, Sam Greenwood.

Predicted lineups:

Hull City

Goalkeeper: Ryan Allsop
Defenders: Jacob Greaves, Alfie Jones, Regan Slater, Matty Jacob
Midfielders: Tyler Morton, Jaden Philogene, Jean Michaël Seri, Abdülkadir Ömür
Forwards: Ozan Tufan, Fábio Carvalho


Goalkeeper: Seny Dieng
Defenders: Matthew Clarke, Luke Ayling, Jonny Howson, Luke Thomas
Midfielders: Daniel Barlaser, Finn Isaac Azaz, Lewis O’Brien
Forwards: Emmanuel Latte Lath, Isaiah Jones, Sam Greenwood

  • Hull City – 4 wins
  • Middlesbrough – 2 wins
  • Draws – —

Over all competition record


Middlesbrough may face Hull City, who are expected to score a goal, resulting in a hard-fought contest with a 1-0 Hull City win.

Winning probability:

Hull City – 40%

Draw – 27%

Middlesbrough – 33%

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