Hull City travel to face Bolton Wanderers away tomorrow and will be looking to bounce back from another defeat against Bristol City on Wednesday. Here is a predicted starting XI for the Tigers-

GK- David Marshall- The Scottish international will keep his place in goal.

RB- Todd Kane- The Chelsea loanee can slot in pretty much anywhere for Hull and is likely to start at right-back against Bolton.

CB- Robbie McKenzie- Reece Burke and Jordy de Wijs are ruled out for tomorrow so this could give an opportunity for 20-year-old McKenzie to start.

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CB- Tommy Elphick- The Aston Villa loanee will be looking to keep Bolton at bay.

CB- Eric Lichaj- He is usually a full-back bit will probably play as one of the centre-back due to injuries.

LB- Stephen Kingsley- He has missed the past couple of games for Hull but is back training now.

RM- Jarrod Bowen- The highly-rated winger will be looking to add to his goal tally of four for the season at the University of Bolton Stadium.

CM- Dan Batty- The 20-year-old has established himself as a first-team regular at the KCOM Stadium in this campaign.

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CM- Jackson Irvine- The Tigers’ captain Markus Henriksen is a doubt so Irvine is expected to start alongside Batty in the middle of the park.

LM- Kamil Grosicki- The Poland international will be hoping to inspire his side to a positive result against the Trotters.

ST- Chris Martin- He is still yet to score for Hull since joining them on loan from Derby County ai the end of August.

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