Hull City take on Ipswich Town at the KCOM Stadium tomorrow and will be looking to get all three points to help climb up the Championship table. Here is a predicted starting XI-
GK- David Marshall- The Scottish international has been given the number one jersey this season and will keep his place between the sticks.
RB- Todd Kane- With Eric Lichaj having been on international duty in America, Kane, who has been playing left midfield this season, is likely to slot in at right-back.
CB- Reece Burke- The 21-year-old is expected to start at centre-back again. He has been used regularly by Nigel Adkins so far in this campaign.
CB- Jordy de Wijs- There are doubt as to whether new signing Tommy Elphick is match fit. Therefore, it is a distinct possibility that de Wijs will start at the back alongside Burke again.
LB- Stephen Kingsley- He is enjoying his longest spell in the Tigers’ starting eleven. The Scottish defender joined the club last summer from Swansea City but had an injury-hit campaign in his first year.
RM- Jarrod Bowen- The highly-rated winger will be looking to get his first goal of the season.
CM- Markus Henriksen- The Norwegian international is the captain of the Tigers and is aiming to lead by example against Ipswich,
CM- Daniel Batty- He has burst onto the scene for Hull this season and looks to have a bright future ahead of him.
LM- Kamil Grosicki- The Polish winger turned down a deadline day move to Bursaspor and is expected to return in some capacity tomorrow.
ST- Frazier Campbell- Hull fans have been crying out for Adkins to play two up front and he could do just that. Campbell has managed two goals so far this season.
ST- Chris Martin- The Derby County loanee is likely to make his debut at the KCOM Stadium and will be looking to bag his first goal in the black and amber stripes.