Hull VS Reading
Analysis of Hull City
Hull City heads into this match with low motivation after a 2-1 away defeat at Swansea. The emblem of the house usually acts in a 4-4-2 tactical system, favoring the quick transitions, mainly through the wings. In this drawing, the three most advanced players are Dicko, Grosicki and Bowen. It should be noted that the intervener responsible for conducting the offensive attacks of his team is the Scottish Jackson Irvine. Hull’s coach should not be able to count on Angus MacDonald for being injured.
Confirmed Lineup: G. Long, J. de Wijs, S. Kingsley, R. Burke, E. Lichaj, K. Stewart, J. Irvine, D. Batty, J. Bowen, K. Grosicki, T. Eaves.
Analysis of Reading
Reading comes unmotivated for this match after a home defeat, by 1-3, against Sheffield Wednesday. Like the “enemy” of this round, Reading usually plays in a 4-3-3, where the three most advanced players are Barrett, Loader and Meité. The visiting club when investing in the offensive process usually does so through the left aisle, taking advantage of the depth offered by left back Richards. It is likely that Swift, Barrow and Rinomhota are in the most central part of the terrain. Coach Jose Gomes will not be able to count on Tyler Blackett for being punished.
Confirmed Lineup: João Virginia, O. Richards, M. Miazga, L. Moore, A. Rinomhota, Pelé, Y. Meïté, J. Swift, A. Yiadom, Lucas João, L. Boyé.
Coach: José Gomes.