Hull City take on West Brom at the KCOM Stadium tomorrow and will be looking to build on their win over Bolton Wanderers last week. Here is a predicted starting XI for the Tigers-
GK- David Marshall- The Scottish shot stopper has established himself as City’s number one this season.
RB- Eric Lichaj- The summer recruit from Nottingham Forest will keep his place in the backline.
CB- Tommy Elphick- He has made an impressive start to life in the black and amber stripes.
CB- Robbie McKenzie- Nigel Adkins changed the formation against Bolton and it looked to have worked. He has Ondrej Mazuch, Jordy de Wijs and Reece Burke back for selection for centre-back but should go for 20-year-old McKenzie, who impressed last Saturday.
LB- Stephen Kingsley- He made his return from injury at Bolton and will start again at left-back.
RM- Jarrod Bowen- The 21-year-old will be looking to cause West Brom some problems at the KCOM Stadium tomorrow.
CM- Daniel Batty- It is great to see the Tigers giving youngsters a chance and Batty, 20, has been a regular this season.
CM- Markus Henriksen- City’s captain had a solid game against Bolton and will be hoping to lead his side to a win over the Baggies.
CM- Jackson Irvine- His energy and athleticism in the middle of the park is so important to City.
LM- Kamil Grosicki- The Poland international is currently enjoying a run in the starting eleven.
ST- Frazier Campbell- The experienced striker bagged last Saturday and will be looking to add more to his tally of three for the season.
Hull’s win over Bolton was so important and with West Brom being inconsistent at the moment, a draw looks to be a good bet. 1-1