Two of the Sky Bet Championship’s most out of form clubs go head-to-head on Saturday as Hull City face Reading at The KCOM Stadium.

The home side are winless in their last five league outings while visitors Reading have not won for six matches and their meeting could be something of a relegation six-pointer.

Hull City go into the match with no new injury concerns. The Tigers remain without the services of Polish winger Kamil Grosicki while the fixture will come too soon for Czech defender Ondrej Mazuch and striker Will Keane.

A lengthy City injury list includes the likes of Stephen Kingsley, Moses Odubajo, Ryan Mason, James Weir and Abel Hernandez.

Reading travel to Humberside four points ahead of their Sky Bet Championship rivals and The Royals welcome  Liam Moore and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson back to the squad following both injury and illness. The Berkshire club have a dismal recent record against The Tigers which has seen Reading fail to win any of their last seven matches involving the two sides.

Hull City are unbeaten in their last three matches on home soil although they have drawn their last two with Derby County (0-0) and Fulham (2-2).

The match is scheduled to kick-off at 3pm with tickets available to purchase on the day for both sets of supporters.

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