Millwall won only two of its 16 away matches and is battling to remain out of relegation zone, with only four points of advantage on relegation line.
Guests loose last round against Preston - one of the most in form teams at the moment - but that was only the third defeat in alst ten rounds.
On the contrary, Hull, in great form in November and December, seems worsened after first two wins in the new year. Only one win in last six rounds and three defeats, the worst one on Saturday, in which they were trashed 5-1 by Brentford.
Respect that match three key players - regular keeper Marshall, second scorer Campbell ( 11g) and third scorer Irvine ( 5g) are in strong doubt and probably will miss the match, so in goal could be the debut from first minute of Long ( 1sub/ last season regualr keeper with Wimbledon) and other changes are very probable. On weekend hosts were already without Stewart ( midf. 12+9), Batty ( midf.17+3), Toral ( midf.6sub), Mazuch ( def. 3+3) and other two longterm injuried. Only de Wijs ( def. 20+2) out since 19th of January should return available.
Guests only without McLaughlin ( def. 5+1) and Broadshaw ( def. 2+8) out since November.
Millwall remain a team with weak performances, specially away from home, but considering very bad period for Hull and team news they have the chance to gain something here also because in reverse ficture in the best period for Hull they were already able to drawn in December ( and also won in January in FA Cup).
Hull City vs Millwall betting tips
Millwall AH +0 (Stake: 7)Odds: 2.25 at Pinnacle
Result: 2-1 LOST (-7 units)