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« on: November 30, 2015, 06:35:38 PM »
Manchester City are odds-on in places to win the Capital One Cup and will not be expected to slip up in Tuesday's quarter-final clash with Hull.

Elastico Superfly indoor cleats They did, though, go out of the FA Cup to Sky Bet Championship side Middlesbrough last season and Hull, like 'Boro at the time, are riding high in the top tier of the Football League. It was only nine months ago that City needed an injury time equaliser from James Milner to secure a point at the Etihad with Joe Hart, Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Vincent Kompany all lining up.

Magista Obra Soccer Cleats All of that quartet have had injuries and it remains to be seen how much time any of them get with games against Stoke and Borussia Monchengladbach on the horizon. Despite a relatively comfortable success against Southampton, City haven't been convincing of late and their defence was alarmingly open at time against the Saints but they were certainly fired up for their previous outing in this competition, running out 5-1 winners over Crystal Palace.

Hypervenom Phantom II A relatively strong starting XI lined up that day, including Yaya Toure, Kevin De Bruyne and Pablo Zabaleta and it seems unlikely that Manuel Pellegrini will put out a significantly weaker side at this advanced stage of the tournament. Hull have plenty of experience and quality in their squad despite realising over £20 million in sales following their relegation and they have scored goals throughout their team although only Abel Hernandez has netted more than three and he was hardly prolific in the top-flight.

Magista Obra AG cleats They needed a total of only two goals to see off Swansea and Leicester but will surely need to strike more than once if they are to cause a 14/1 upset. Siding with The Tigers in receipt of a goal on the Asian Handicap was briefly entertained at about 9/4 but looks short enough in the absence of Michael Dawson and David Meyler as do the quotes about City's promising Kelechi Iheanacho getting on the scoresheet as he did against Palace in both the Cup and the League.

MercurialX Proximo steet cleats It's perhaps no coincidence that, after keeping three clean sheets, Hull have conceded three goals in a little over a game and a half since Dawson went off with injury at Bristol City and his absence puts me off getting involved in a game where I was keen to try and get the visitors onside with the hosts predictably short in all markets.


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