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.

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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.

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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.


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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

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