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They’ve already knocked out Swansea City and Leicester City in this season’s competition and made it the FA Cup final in 2014. Anyone who thinks this will be an easy game for City should probably think again. Steve Bruce’s side are no pushovers. Jon Super/Associated PressDate: Tuesday, December 1Kick-off: 7:45 p. m. GMT/2:45 p. ETTV Listings: beIN Sports USALive Stream: beIN Sports Connect USAGlobal TV listings for #cityvhull 📺 Find out how you can tune-in where you are: https://t. co/9yX2QXqWpK #mcfc pic.
Jordan Mansfield/Getty ImagesKey BattleWilfried Bony vs. Curtis Davies It's been a rollercoaster ride for Wilfried Bony since he arrived in England in 2013. He joined Swansea from Dutch side Vitesse and scored 34 goals in 70 appearances. In the calendar year of 2014, he was the Premier League's top goalscorer. Considering his competition, it was a significant achievement.
Man City vs. Hull City: Team News, Predicted Lineups, Live Stream, TV InfoSTEVE PARKIN/Getty ImagesManchester City host Hull City on Tuesday in the quarter-final of the Capital One Cup looking to move a step closer to reclaiming the trophy they won in 2014. Manuel Pellegrini’s side go into the game having beaten Southampton 3-1 on Saturday, a result that ended a run of three games without a win. The Capital One Cup was the first major trophy Pellegrini won as a manager in Europe, and it was quickly followed by a Premier League title. He will be desperate for a repeat this season. Hull arrive in Manchester in an excellent run of form. They sit fourth in the Championship, with their defeat to Derby County on Friday their only loss in their last 14 games.
TEAM NEWS: @RobSnodgrass7 is set to play his first senior minutes since August 2014 at the Etihad Stadium — Hull City (@HullCity) November 30, 2015Players To WatchCity: Kelechi Iheanacho Is Kelechi Iheanacho being held back? The 19-year-old Nigerian has impressed every time he has pulled on a City short this season, yet his chances have remained somewhat limited. In the last round against Crystal Palace, he delivered his finest performance for the club, scoring a superb goal and creating a plethora of chances for his team-mates. His technical quality, skill, vision, reading of the game and confidence mark him out as one of the best young talents in English football.
This season, with Hull riding high in the Championship, he's scored seven in 14 in the league and is the Tigers' top scorer. Against City last season, he won and scored a penalty in Hull's 4-2 home defeat. City struggled to deal with him that day, so they will need to be on their guard this time around.
He will almost certainly start, and it wouldn't be a surprise if he turned out to be the the match-winner once more. LINDSEY PARNABY/Getty ImagesHull: Abel HernandezAbel Hernandez, Hull's 6'1'' striker, is a handful. He's powerful and quick over the ground, and with City struggling for numbers at the back, he will fancy his chances of causing the Blues' back line some problems. He joined Hull for £10 million last season, but he only managed four Premier League goals in 26 appearances.