This season we want to give more of a voice to Hull City fans so we have created the Hull City Fans Panel.
It consists of around 20 City supporters across the age demographic, with young and old coming together to air their views.
Each week City supporters will discuss the big topics of the week from the ownership and transfers, to the form of the team and key players.
On Saturday, Hull City host Chelsea in the fourth round of the FA Cup at the KCOM Stadium.
In front of a sell-out crowd at the KCOM Stadium for the first time in three years, head coach Grant McCann has to weigh up what team he selects against the Blues, with the game coming at the start of a week that also includes crucial home matches against Huddersfield Town and Brentford in the Championship.
We asked supporters have their say on what team should be selected this weekend, as well as their hopes for the game and a score prediction. See the responses below.
Robert Witham (@RetroKid1966)
It is exciting to see that a City match has sold out, something I no longer thought was possible. It does however bring pressure to achieve some sort of result against Chelsea though.
Ordinarily avoiding a heavy defeat would be satisfactory against a club of this size, but the poor attendances lately give this match a much higher billing. If Hull City pull off the impossible then it could be a turning point that entices more fans through the gates on a regular basis.
For this reason, I would definitely go full strength, by all means include youth on the bench if the game goes south, but we want to show off some exciting football to showcase what McCann is all about.
My hope is that if we lose, then we lose in style and not through humiliation, fingers crossed there will be a few surprises.
The FA Cup always features some magic, let it be us!
Lee Mills (@LLMILLSS1)
City go into the match as underdogs. If I am honest, I am not going into the match expecting us to win. However, I would love to see city turn over Frank Lampard and his men.
With City playing Huddersfield on Tuesday, who will be fresh as they have no game at the weekend, I expect City to field a strong team but maybe not full strength.
With one eye on Tuesday night’s game, Grant McCann may choose not to risk some players and it will be good to see some of the new signings involved. I also think Matt Ingram will continue in goal
As for the score line, City need to keep it tight at the back, play their own game and not give Chelsea any respect. If they concede an early goal, it could be a long afternoon. The first goal will be massive for City.
My heart says 1-0 to City but unfortunately, I think Chelsea will win comfortably, either 3-0 or 4-0.
Ryan Bissett (@BissettRy)
With Frank Lampard's Chelsea side on a rather inconsistent run, there seems to be a real possibility that City could potentially find themselves in the hat for the next round.
With Grant McCann already expressing his desire of a run deep into the FA Cup, it wouldn't be a surprise for him to name the strongest line-up available. With the game essentially a free hit at one of the country’s big boys, City have nothing to lose on Saturday.
With City's squad now being arguably the healthiest it has been all season following the January arrivals, some slight rotation may be needed to get game time into some players.
Dependent on the injury to Kamil Grosicki, Josh Bowler will have competition from Malik Wilks and Martin Samuelsen for a starting berth on that left hand side of the front three. With Jordy de Wijs injured, McCann also has a decision to make of who partners Reece Burke at the back.
Watching a few of Chelsea's games this season, they're consistently inconsistent. When they click, they really click - but if teams make it difficult for them they can struggle to get into their stride.
With City being hailed as one of the best counter-attacking teams in the Championship by opposition managers this season, a game plan certainly seems to be set up for the Tigers.
With the window still very much open, I do think a lot of Premier League eyes will be on the star man Jarrod Bowen to see if he can produce against a Premier League team. I mean, he's not one to perform under pressure is he…
Saturday will be a great test to see how City's squad fare in one of their biggest tests of the season. As the season has progressed, this team is developing into a good side, with a trait of not giving in until the final whistle being displayed on multiple occasions this season.
I can see City soaking up pressure for long periods, but Frank Lampard will know that City carry a significantly dangerous threat hitting them on the break.
With a confirmed sell-out crowd, the KCOM will be packed to the rafters on what should be a classic FA Cup tie. The atmosphere will be one of the best in recent times and I can see this lifting the team to a memorable performance. My prediction is Hull City 2-1 Chelsea.
Sue C ( @1280sue)
So, Saturday, a full house with what I hope will be an atmosphere to match, a chance to shine for our young guns. If the team come out and start the way that Grant wants them to, and the way we know they are capable of, then yes, why not, City have as much chance as Chelsea of getting the right result.
We have previously shown that we can mix it with the ‘big boys,’ however, we are a young and relatively inexperienced side but we have players with the heart and desire to ‘do their best’ and give 100% which can win you games. If our top players are on it then a surprise may be on the cards. A win can only fuel the confidence and the desire to carry it on within the league, so I would go all out with the strongest starting 11 possible with a decent bench to match.
My hopes for the game, a peaceful one off the pitch with fans reuniting to get behind the lads and 100% effort on the pitch. I suspect we are going to come under a lot of pressure from Chelsea who are good coming forward, though sometimes their finishing lets them down.
City do tend to ‘sit back’ and wait for the counter punch, which I fear may undo us against a strong Premier League side. Again, it depends on how Grant wants to play the game, high tempo from the beginning or wait for the breaks. Personally, I would like to see us go for it from the starting whistle and take the game to Chelsea.
Predicting this one is tricky. I think Chelsea are going to be tough to crack. A win would be unbelievable, but I fear that it will be a marginal defeat. However, my heart is telling me that the lads will give their all, so I am going for a 2-2 draw. As long as City produce a game we know they are capable of, then win, lose or draw, I would be happy.
John Uzzell (@Uzzell01)
A big occasion at last, we haven't had one for a while. I think we should go at it full strength for two reasons.
One, if we don't, it could be a hammering and two, with all the lost fans returning, it is an ideal opportunity to show them what they have been missing.
But, if Chelsea pick a strong team, I can see them winning by a couple of goals, but you never know in the FA Cup.
Andy Dalton (@JWhittlesElbow)
It is rare for the underdogs in a mismatch to play anything but its first team. Injuries notwithstanding, I’m sure City will do the same. There’s no logical reason not to – any slender chance City have of progressing depends on the strongest XI starting.
But those chances really are slender. Chelsea are probably going to qualify for the Champions League this season, but they won’t be challenging for the title and didn’t have much of a run in the Carabao Cup. As their only source of silverware, you’d expect them to go for it.
That being so, City could pick their strongest team, play well, and still bow out of the cup. That’s life; they’ve spent gazillions of pounds to not lose to mid-table Championship sides. So while it’s nice to dream, it’ll be just as nice to see a full stadium for the first time in ages. Who’d have thought that affordable tickets and concessions could work, eh?
David Batte (@hullcity_pfa)
I have plenty of hope that City can cause an upset and the wingers will be key to that. I’d like City to go full strength.
Tom Eaves surely deserves to start and I hope he has asked why he was omitted against Derby County. I would like to see Samuelsen feature as he looked very skilful in his brief appearance at Derby.
I can see it being a 1-1 draw.
Jamie Cowperthwaite (@jcthwaite)
On paper, we have got no chance against Chelsea, but as the old cliché goes. ‘it is the FA Cup, anything can happen’.
Weirdly, I think we would stand a better chance against the Chelsea first team than we would against the youngsters that Lampard will probably play. The kids will have no fear and will probably turn us over quite comfortably, whereas the first team may get complacent.
That said, I’d like to see City at full strength and give it a proper go. There’s nothing like a good cup run to get the fans through the gates and lift the mood, which could in turn, have a knock-on effect to the deteriorating play-off push.
As for who should start, I’d like to see Keane Lewis-Potter up top alongside Josh Magennis just to try something a little different. Other than that, it’s full strength for me! My heart says we will beat them 2-1, my head tells me we will get battered like a Carver’s pattie. Whatever happens, it will be great to see the stadium full again!
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