Hull City are hoping top put pressure on the top six in the EFL Championship as they face Huddersfield Town this weekend.
Hull City currently sit 9th in the EFL Championship with six wins, five draws and four losses from fifteen games so far this season.
The Tigers have delivered a solid showing up until this point, but many will argue they'll believe they should have been slightly more consistent given the investment in the squad over the summer.
They're coming into this game amidst a mixed run of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 3-1 defeat away at West Bromwich Albion.
The loss at West Brom was a pretty resounding defeat and given it came against a fellow play-off contender it does not bode well for their top six chances.
Hull's away form hasn't been particularly convincing either, with the Tigers having won just one of their last five matches on their own patch.
Liam Rosenior likely has to start picking up wins fairly quickly over the next couple of months or he'll find himself under serious pressure given the desire for quick promotion.
Luckily for him they have one of the easiest fixtures on the EFL calendar this weekend as they face a side destined for relegation at this rate.
Huddersfield Town currently sit 21st in the EFL Championship with three wins, six draws and six losses from fifteen games so far this season.
The Terriers have had a fairly grim season that has seen them lose much-loved manager Neil Warnock from which matters have only become progressively worse for the Yorkshire side.
They're coming into this game amidst a poor run of form having won just one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 0-0 draw with Watford.
The draw with Watford was actually a fairly positive result for Darren Moore's side given it followed a two-match losing run that saw them concede eight goals.
In terms of form there is little difference between Huddersfield at home or away from home so they won't feel a result is out of the question here considering Hull's form at home. They're the firm underdogs here but stranger things have happened.
For our Hull vs. Huddersfield prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.