The MKM Stadium hosts Hull City and West Brom this Saturday in the Championship. Both sides are deep in the fight for Play-off football, needing a win to close in on those above them.
Hull City currently sit sixth in the Championship after 33 games. The Tigers have 16 wins, six draws and 11 losses, leaving them on 54 points, three points ahead of seventh-place Coventry.
In their last five games in all competitions, Hull have four wins and one loss.
Jaden Philogene scored the only goal early on in the fifth minute for Hull City in their 1 - 0 win over Millwall, who could only manage one shot on target. It was another early goal and another 1 - 0 win, however, not in Hull’s favour. Liam Cullen scored in the 11th minute with the only goal in the 1 - 0 win for Swansea.
Hull bounced back against a struggling Rotherham the next time out. Rotherham took a shock lead in the fourth minute through Christ Tiehi and held onto this lead until halftime. Philogene and Noah Ohio both scored in the second half to give Hull the 2 - 1 win. Jacob Greaves gave Hull the early lead in the seventh minute but Jack Rudoni equalised in the 92nd minute, looking like they had forced the draw. However, Greaves completed his brace in the 94th minute to grab another 2 - 1 win for Hull over Huddersfield.
The last time out for Hull was against Southampton on Tuesday. Anass Zaroury and Fabio Carvalho both scored to give Hull the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Joe Aribo did score for Southampton but Hull held on for the 2 - 1 win.
West Brom sit just above Hull in fifth in the Championship. In 33 games, The Baggies have 16 wins, seven draws and ten losses which leaves them on 55 points, one points ahead of Hull and 12 points behind Southampton.
In their last five games in all competitions, West Brom have three wins, one draw and one loss.
Andres Weimann left it late to grab the only goal of the game in the 85th minute to give West Brom the 1 - 0 win over Birmingham. The next time out for West Brom saw them take a 1 - 0 lead into halftime through Tom Fellows, however, Nathan Broadhead equalised for Ipswich just one minute into the second half. John Swift regained the lead for West Brom but a 93rd minute goal from Omari Hutchinson grabbed a 2 - 2 draw for Ipswich.
Michael Johnston opened the scoring for West Brom in the first minute and Weimann added another in the 80th minute to give The Baggies the 2 - 0 win over Cardiff. Ryan Fraser and David Brooks both scored in the 2 - 0 win over West Brom, with The Baggies only managing two shots on target.
The most recent outing for West Brom was against Plymouth Argyle. Cedric Kipre, Johnston and Fellows all scored in the second half to give West Brom the 3 - 0 win.
Hull and West Brom have met 64 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1905. West Brom have the better record in the fixture with 28 wins in comparison to Hull’s 20 wins, the other 16 games ending in a draw.