Hull are without a victory in their last four games and lost their last two going to Blackpool last time out. The Tigers sit 19th in the Championship table just four points above the drop zone. Grant McCann is the man in charge while Keane Lewis-Potter is their key talent to look out for. At home, the Humberside outfit are unbeaten in three and lost just two of their last seven.
Everton enter this game in poor form with five defeats in their last seven and just one win in 12 games. The Toffees sit 15th in the Premier League eight points above Burnley who sit in 18th and occupy the final relegation spot. Defence has been an issue with the sixth worst record in the division while they have the fourth worst away attacking record. On their travels, they have struggled recently going eight without a victory five of these ending in defeat.
Hull vs Everton: Match Stats
The visitors are struggling on and off the pitch with injuries, illness and a poor run of form. Everton could only manage a draw in the League Cup to QPR (going out on penalties) and might struggle here given they are without a road win in eight. Hull are tricky on their own patch and can be backed in the draw no bet market.
George Honeyman might only have four goals for the season but these have come in their last eight matches. The Hull forward will fancy his chances against an Everton defence that was poor against Brighton last time out and he can be backed to net at any time ehre.
30 December 2016- Hull 2-2 Everton- Premier League
1 January 2015- Hull 2-0 Everton- Premier League
3 December 2014- Everton 1-1 Hull- Premier League
11 May 2014- Hull 0-2 Everton- Premier League
These two sides have not met since the 2016/17 Premier League season with the Merseysiders taken four points from those two fixtures. The Toffees have failed to win on their last two visits to the KC Stadium.