Everton will be hoping they can bring some happiness to their campaign when they travel to face Hull City in the FA Cup third round on Saturday at 5:30pm (UK time).
The Toffees have managed just one win from their past 12 games since the start of October, with Arsenal the only team to fall to Rafael Benitez’s men. It’s a run of form that has seen Everton slip down the Premier League table while unhappiness in the Goodison faithful grows. They face a Hull side that are currently experiencing a slump having turned things around to move away from the Championship’s relegation zone. Since a 2-1 win over Millwall at the end of November, Hull have lost two and drawn two of their four matches.
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Hull team news
Josh Magennis suffered a hamstring injury in the defeat to Blackpool last weekend and will miss this game, but isn’t expected to be out for long. Callum Elder, however, will be out for three weeks after his injury, while Mallik Wilks is not expected back for another eight weeks. However, Hull will be able to call upon Tom Huddlestone, Matt Ingram and Will Jarvis.
Hull predicted XI: Baxter; Bernard, Greaves, McLoughlin; Longman, Docherty, Smallwood, Williams; Honeyman; Lewis-Potter, Smith.
Everton team news
Alex Iwobi is away on Africa Cup of Nations duty so will miss out, as will Richarlison, Yerry Mina and Andros Townsend. However, Everton may look to field a strong XI to try and build some momentum, with new signings Nathan Patterson and Vitaliy Mykolenko tipped to feature.
Everton predicted XI: Pickford; Patterson, Holgate, Keane, Godfrey, Mykolenko; Gordon, Gbamin, Gomes, Gray; Calvert-Lewin.
Scoreline prediction: Hull 2-1 Everton
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