There’s a cracker in the Championship this lunchtime as Sheff Wed take on Hull With live streaming from Hillsborough (Ko 12:30).
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Sheffield Wednesday will go in search of a fourth successive win when they take on fifth place Hull later today.
The Owls have climbed to 10th in the table, just three points off third spot on the back of a four game unbeaten run.
Last time out the club beat Preston 3-1 and they will be confident of extending their run against a Hull side that has drawn 2 and lost 1 of their last five.
April 2012 is the last time Owls fans saw their team win four on the spin in the league.
After a slow start to the season the club have really kicked on in recent weeks. The win over Newcastle United in the Capital One cup means it is 6 games without a defeat, a draw with Bolton the only dropped points in the last month.
Wednesday have been boosted further by the news that former striker Lee Bullen has been appointed as the club’s new assistant manager.
The 44-year-old played for the club between 2004 and 2008 before re-joining as a coach in 2012 and he has now made the step up to work alongside Coach Carlos Carvalhal.
Carvalhal is set to have Daniel Pudil, Barry Bannan and Fernando Forestieri all available with Marco Matias and Lewis McGugan pushing for starts.
Hull meanwhile will have Jake Livermore in the middle alongside Tom Huddlestone for the second successive game while Chuba Akpom could get the nod up front alongside Abel Hernandez, a match-winner last time out against Forest, after scoring for the England U21 team midweek.
Shaun Maloney is also likely to start as Steve Bruce’s continue his preference for three up front.
The Scottish star will hope to bounce back from the disappointment of seeing his side miss out on the play-offs for Euro 2016.
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