Hull City vs Everton Kick-off Time, Latest Team News

Hull City vs Everton Kick-off Time, Latest News

Hull entertain Ronald Koeman’s Everton looking for their first league win seven matches when the dua meet for their final matches in 2016. Hull City vs Everton Kick-off Time, Latest Team News
But the Toffees will be buoyed by the their 2-0 victory over Leicester at the weekend.
Their win propelled Everton up to seventh in the league whereas the home side remain rooted to the foot of the table.

Hull City vs Everton Kick-off Time, Latest Team News

Hull City vs Everton Kick-off Time, Latest Team News

What time can I watch it?

Hull City host Everton at the KCOM Stadium in the Premier League on Friday December 30, kicking off at 20:00 live on Sky Sports 1 HD.

Hull City vs Everton Predicted line-up

Hull City’s Predicted line-up : Marshall, Maguire, Davies, Dawson, Elmohamady, Robertson, Clucas, Mason, Livermore, Snodgrass, Mbokani.
Everton’s Predicted line-up : Robles, Holgate, Williams, Funes Mori, Coleman, Gueye, Barry, Lennon, Baines, Mirallas, Lukaku.

Head to head

The last meeting between the two sides happened in the 2014-15 English Premier League season. Hull City won by a 2-0 margin at the KC Stadium on that accasion to put an end to their 4 match winless streak against Everton. They first leg of the series at the Goodison Park was a 1-1 deaw.
Everton are victorious in 5 of the last 9 matches against Hull City, while they lost 1 and drew 2. In the 5 meetings at Hull City’s home ground, they share 2 wins along with draw.

Form guide

Hull City : LLLDL
Everton : WLWLD

 

Hull City vs Everton : Opta facts

1. Hull City last Premier League contest against Everton on New Year’s Day in2015, after a run of four fixtures without beating the Toffees ( D1 L3 ).
2. Everton have found the net in nine of their last 10 league games against Hull, thought they failed to score in their last fixture against them in January 2015.
3. Romelu Lukaku has scored in two of his last three league appearances against the Tigers.
4. Hull City have ended the last two calendar years with a defeat; losing 0-1 to Leicester City in 2014 and 0-1 to Preston in 2015.
5. Everton ended both 2014 ( 2-3 Vs Newcastle United ) and 2015 ( 3-4 vs Stoke City ) with a Premier League defeat.