Two ex Premier League sides are in action as Hull face QPR with live streaming to watch all the action from the KC Stadium this afternoon (KO 15:00).
Popular Stoke based brand Bet365 report that they have live feeds of matches this afternoon as well as their famous ‘bet in play’ markets will be in operation on every Championship match today, meaning you don’t have to miss a kick!
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When Hull and QPR last met both were Premier League clubs.
That was in February this year when the Tigers followed up their 1-0 win at Loftus Road in August 2014, with a 2-1 win in front of their own fans.
The three points wasn’t enough to keep them up however it does mean they will head into the game with the Hoops confident of maintaining their position in the play-off places.
Steve Bruce’s side have adapted quickly to life in the 2nd Tier and with 6 games played have 13 points on the board to sit 4th in the table.
Depending on results elsewhere, they could climb as high as second with a win. The Tigers were impressive midweek as they came away from the trip to Cardiff with all three points thanks to a 2-0 win.
Bruce played three at the back against the Welsh side but could shake things up in front of his own fans. The former Wigan manager could bring in on loan Arsenal star Chuba Akpom to the starting XI although if that occurs it is likely to partner the in-form Abel Hernandez.
The Uruguayan has scored 3 goals in his last 6 games and would appear to have made the central attacking spot his own for the moment while Ahmed Elmohamady could return to the side after being dropped.
Chris Ramsey meanwhile was a frustrated man after seeing his side draw 2-2 midweek with Blackburn. The result left his side 8th in the table, one point outside the top 6.
Charlie Austin was again on the score-sheet on Wednesday grabbing his sixth goal of the season. The forward has continued the fine form of last season and the only surprise really is why no club opted to move for him in the transfer window.
Austin scored in the 2-1 defeat last season at the KC Stadium and will once again lead the line against Hull City on Saturday.
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