There are two games up for consideration on Tuesday with leaders Hull facing in-form Brighton and Blackburn Rovers hosting Fulham.
Following Middlesbrough’s disappointing away draw at Leeds last night, now looks great time for Hull to push on towards promotion as Bet365 report they have a live feed service in operation for tonight’s games.
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Brighton however have won four games on the spin to move back into consideration at the top of the table, following a remarkable dip in form.
The Seagulls are currently fourth in the standings but could move joint top with the Tigers with a win at the KC Stadium as Chris Hughton’s side have once again found the form.
Last time out they beat basement side Bolton Wanderers 3-2 with Tomer Hemed and Jamie Murphy scoring for the second successive game following strikes in the 3-0 win over Brentford.
The clash with Hull will be the first time the club have faced a side inside the top 8 since they lost 1-0 to Ipswich in December and manager Chris Hughton will be keen to see how his side have progressed since their miserable run of form.
Richie Towell could return to the squad after missing out against the Bees while Kazenga LuaLua, Jiri Skalak, Steve Sidwell and Sam Baldock will all hope to be involved.
Hull meanwhile have won five of their last 6 games, their only set-back a 1-0 reversal at the hands of Burnley in round 29. Last time out they beat Blackburn 2-0 with Abel Hernandez and Mo Diame grabbing the goals.
Boss Steve Bruce is hopeful that Hull can continue their good form coming into the game, telling the Official Hull City Website:
“We looked a very good side on Saturday and we have to maintain that tonight. There’s no reason why we can’t do that. In fact, there’s no reason why we can’t improve on it and get even better. I still think we’ve got a bit in the tank, but what I saw on Saturday at Blackburn was more like it.”
Hernandez goal took him to 16 for the season, two less than the division’s top scorer Andre Gray. The Uruguay forward has scored 6 goals in his last five Championship games and is the form forward in the division.
The night’s other game sees former Premier League stalwarts Blackburn and Fulham slug it out at Ewood Park. Just one point and one place separates the pair in the table with the visitors sitting ahead of their hosts in 18th place.
Both sides look to put a positive spin on their season as a mid table finish already looms large.
Fulham have won just one of their last 5, a 3-1 success over QPR while Blackburn have lost just one, drawing two and winning two, but will have one eye on the relegation trap door behind them, with the side now only 5 points off the relegation places.
A win for either tonight would come as a welcome relief.