Hull City face a tricky trip to Sheffield United tomorrow at Bramall Lane. Here is a predicted starting XI for the Tigers-

GK- David Marshall- The Scottish shot stopper has played every game so far this season and will keep his place once again.

RB- Eric Lichaj- He has been a first-team regular for Nigel Adkins’ side since his summer switch from fellow Championship side Nottingham Forest.

CB- Tommy Elphick- The Aston Villa loanee will be looking to stop the in-form Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp.

CB- Reece Burke- The 21-year-old is expected to replace the injured Jordy de Wijs alongside Elphick tomorrow.

LB- Stephen Kingsley- He is enjoying his longest spell in the Tigers’ backline and has had a solid campaign so far.

RM- Jarrod Bowen- The highly-rated winger is probably Hull’s most dangerous player and he will be looking to add to his tally of three goals this season.

Jarrod Bowen of Hull City during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Millwall and Hull City at The Den, London, England on 21 November 2017. Photo by Toyin Oshodi.

CM- Markus Henriksen- The Norwegian international has captained the Tigers in every Championship fixture this season.

CM- Daniel Batty- He is expected to come back into the side after returning to training on Thursday.

LM- Kamil Grosicki- If Nigel Adkins wants to attack his former side Sheffield United tomorrow then he will go for Grosicki as opposed to Todd Kane at left-midfield.

ST- Chris Martin- The Derby County loanee will be looking for his first goal for Hull.

ST- Fraizer Campbell- The 31-year-old forward will hope to cause the Blades’ backline problems tomorrow and add to his two goals of the season so far.