Hull City face Leeds United tonight and will be in confident mood after drawing with Middlesbrough on Saturday. Here is a predicted starting eleven for the Tigers-
GK- David Marshall- The Scottish shot stopper made an impressive late save against Middlesbrough last time out to secure a point for his side.
RB- Eric Lichaj- The experienced full-back has made a solid start to life at the KCOM Stadium since his summer switch from Nottingham Forest.
CB- Reece Burke- Jordy de Wijs is ruled out for tonight so Adkins will more than likely go for Burke in the centre of defence.
CB- Tommy Elphick- The Aston Villa loanee will be hoping he can stop Leeds’ intensive attacking prowess.
LB- Stephen Kingsley- He is enjoying a consistent run in the side and has made the left-back spot his own so far this season.
RM- Jarrod Bowen- His penalty earned a draw against Boro at the weekend and also took his tally for the season to three. The 21-year-old will want to match the fifteen he got in the last campaign.
CM- Markus Henriksen- The Tigers’ captain will be looking to break up play in the middle of the park and stop Leeds creating chances.
CM- Jackson Irvine- The Australian international is likely to start again with Daniel Batty still ruled out with injury.
LM- Kamil Grosicki- He started against Boro and is hoping to kick start his season with a positive performance against Leeds.
ST- Frazier Campbell- The experienced striker is having an impressive campaign so far and does a lot of work for the team.
ST- Chris Martin- He won the penalty against Boro and will be looking for his first goal against Leeds tonight in the black and amber stripes.