hull city (away ko 3:00pm)
For the second season in a row we play away from home on August Bank Holiday Monday, and as last time when we played one of the promotion favourites, Brighton, we again meet up with another one with Hull City.
Last season we beat Brighton 0-2 with goals from Ian Foster and Dean Bennett so lets hope we can do the same this year.
After yesterdays disappointing showing against Torquay though thats looking very unlikely. Then again Hull also had a disappointing trip to Carlisle to end up sharing the points in a 0-0 stalemate.
Following yesterdays game there didn't seem to be any visible injuries to any of our team and so with the return of Danny Williams to the squad after his four match ban we should be sending our strongest team possible to Boothferry Park.
Hull also reported no major injuries from their game and apart from the long term injury to close season signing from Chesterfield, Ryan Williams, they too should be at full strength.
Brock, Murphy, Medou-Otye, Stamps, Clarkson, Shail, Hinton, Smith, Bird, Blake, Davies, Ayres, Faulds, Joy, Bennett, Williams, Shilton, Doyle, Foster, Murphy, Hadley, Ducros, Corbett.
The only changes that I expect to see to the starting line-up tomorrow will be the return of Parfait to right back in place of Lee Ayres, I don't think Jan will risk him in such a tough game and he was also looking tired by the end yesterday.
I also expect Drewe Broughton to start after another poor showing from Stewart Hadley.
Hull City (from):
Glennon, Edwards, Whittle, Mohan, Goodison, Whitmore, Johnsson, Greaves, Beresford, Alexander, Rowe, Dudfield, Lee, Musselwhite, Matthews, Petty, Holt, Price, Philpott, Mann, Kerr, Bloomer, Matthews, Morley, Bradshaw.
LAST SEASONS RESULTS