Manchester United vs Hull City Live:
In the FA Cup on Sunday, after a 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic, Jose Mourinho, manager of Premier League club Manchester United will be expecting the visit of Hull brings a similar result.
Manchester United have already played Hull City three times this season due to the two-leg semifinal in the EFL Cup which the Cincinnati Reds won 3-2 on aggregate. At the K-Com Stadium, Manchester United lost 2-1 in the game but Jose Mourinho oddly insisted in his post-match interview that it finished 1-1.
However, if Wednesday’s game does finish 1-1, it will not be enough for Manchester United to break into the top 4 and side closer to securing a Champions League spot.
Since 1952, Hull City have not won at Old Trafford in an FA Cup tie, so the odds are piled against the Humberside club who are still fighting for banishment.
On Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Old Trafford Stadium in Stretford, England.
Eric Bailly is fit to face Hull City on Wednesday, Jose Mourinho has confirmed.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and Antonio Valencia are set to return. Meanwhile, Ashley Young will be in the squad after Jose Mourinho confirmed the winger will stay until at least the end of the season, the Manchester United manager has also revealed.
Eric Bertrand Bailly, who returned last week from the Africa Cup of Nations, started for United’s Under-23s against Everton on Monday.
He was rejected after 58 minutes of the 3-1 defeat persuasive fears the defender could be set for a spell on the sidelines.
In the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday, The Portuguese coach is also planning to recall Ibrahimovic, Pogba and Valencia to his starting XI after they were rested for the 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic.
Past Three Meetings:
January 2017: Hull City 2 (Huddlestone, Niasse) Manchester United 1 (Pogba), League Cup
January 2017: Manchester United 2 (Mata, Fellaini) Hull City 0, League Cup
August 2016: Hull City 0, Manchester United 1 (Rashford), Premier League
Manchester United: WLDDWW
Hull City: LWLWLW
Manchester United to win: 1/5
Hull City to win: 15/1