Match Preview : Manchester United vs Hull

Manchester United have won each of their last five home matches against Hull and haven’t lost at Old Trafford in any competition since September.

Hull have lost each of their last nine away matches in all competitions and have only scored in two of those fixtures.

The Tigers did pull off a surprise win over United in a meaningless second leg EFL Cup semi final clash last Thursday but this is a completely differe-nt match. Place you Bet on United to win on NaijaBet.com

Jose Mourinho has successfully rotated his squad through what has been a busy period for the club and their best players should be fresh and ready to go here.

Team News

Manchester United – Jose Mourinho has confirmed Eric Bailly will play against Hull despite the fact he only injured his ankle playing for the U23s on Monday following his early arrival from Africa Cup of Nations.

The Manchester United manager made wholesale changes to the side that thrashed Wigan 4-0 on Sunday and will recall the likes of Michael Carrick, David De Gea, Paul Pogba, Antonio Valencia and Zlatan Ibrahimovic here.Anthony Martial did not perform ‘magnificently’ against Wigan but did finish with two assists and had a goal disallowed, but Mourinho has confirmed he will drop back to the bench on Wednesday.

Luke Shaw also got a rare run out at the weekend but follow in Martial’s footsteps due to the three-day turnaround. With Baily set to play, Marcos Rojo could move out to the left.

Hull – Curtis Davies picked up another injury during Hull’s surprise 4-1 defeat to Fulham in the FA Cup on Sunday and could be out for eight weeks.

Dieumerci Mbokani is also unlikely to feature in Wednesday’s clash following DR Congo’s elimination from the Africa Cup of Nations at the weekend. Marco Silva is expected to be without nine other first-team players here.

Silva has denied Andrew Robertson will leave the club so he will play here. Andrea Ranocchia joined on Tuesday and is free to play here, although a place on the bench seems more likely unless Michael Dawson fails to overcome a slight problem.

Fellow deadline day signing Alfred N’Diaye is awaiting international clearance but may not have signed in time to feature here.

Match Facts

Hull have lost their last 9 away matches in Premier League.

Man Utd have won their last 5 home matches against Hull in all competitions.

Hull have failed to score in 6 of their last 7 away Premier League matches.

Man Utd are undefeated in their last 13 matches (Premier League).

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Man Utd have scored at least 2 goals in their last 5 home matches against Hull in all competitions.

There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Man Utd’s last 3 games in Premier League.

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As at this post Manchester United has 1.17 odd to win the match on Naija – Bet while Hull City has 18.58 has  odd to win the match also, while the odd to draw the match is 7.53.

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