Live football streaming: Watch Hull City v Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship
Hull will be looking to keep their automatic promotion hopes on track when they host struggling Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday (1715 GMT)
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High-flying Hull sit 2nd in the Championship table following a run of 8 games without defeat. However, 3 draws in their last four games will give Sheffield Wednesday hope of taking at least a point at the KC Stadium.
Hull were disappointing in the FA Cup last weekend. Following their 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient, Steve Bruce said the only positive he could take was that ‘it didn’t rain’.
He’ll be hoping they will bounce back but may have to rely on his defence to grind out a victory. In their last six fixtures Hull have only conceded two goals.
A solid Hull defence will make Wednesday’s task that bit harder. Wednesday have managed to score only 12 goals on the road this season so signs are pointing to a clean sheet for the tigers.
Bruce will have to do without the injured David Prutton but he is able to welcome back Jeremy Helan following his suspension.
The Owls will look to top scorer Chris O’ Grady to provide goals but he’s got a major task on his hands against an impressive Hull defence.
This game seems destined for a low scoring Hull victory. Their impressive form and solid defence should see them add more problems to the relegation threatened Sheffield Wednesday.