CARDIFF CITY v HULL CITY.
Wednesday 24th November, ko 7:45pm.
Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Cardiff City boss Steve Morison: "The big thing is giving the fans three points at home again.
"The season is not going to be defined now or Wednesday night. It’ll be defined over the longer period.
"Whether this was Hull or anyone, it’s a case of getting three points.
"We need to make Cardiff City Stadium a fortress, people shouldn’t enjoy coming to play there and we enjoy playing there."
Hull City boss Grant McCann: "To win back-to-back games for the first time this season is great.
"It gets the monkey off our back a little bit. It means we can focus on the next one now, against a Cardiff team who seem reinvigorated in terms of a new manager coming in.
"It's always tough, Cardiff away is always a tough game, but we will look forward to it."
- Cardiff City are unbeaten in four league games against Hull City (W3 D1) since a 2-0 defeat in January 2016.
- Hull have lost their last two away league games against Cardiff without scoring a goal – they last won there in September 2015 under Steve Bruce.
- Cardiff are without a home league clean sheet in 13 matches – the Bluebirds last had a longer stretch without a home league shutout between December 1960 and November 1961 (20 games).
- Hull City are looking to win three league games in a row at Championship level for the first time since November 2019.
- After failing to score in any of his first 14 Championship appearances for Cardiff, James Collins netted his first league goal for the Bluebirds in their 2-1 win over Preston. Collins hasn’t scored in consecutive Championship appearances in the same season since a run of three in August and September 2019.
Referee: THOMAS BRAMALL
Assistants: Nick Greenhalgh and Rob Smith
Fourth Official : Tom Reeves