Hull City return to the bet365 Stadium this weekend, the scene of one of their many bleak afternoons during their last spell in the Championship.

Boss Grant McCann oversaw a chastening 5-1 defeat against Stoke City on that March afternoon, though little did we all know it would be the final game with Tigers fans in attendance for nigh on 18 months.

McCann will hope to avoid a repeat of that afternoon when he takes his struggling side to take on Michael O'Neill's Potters, themselves nestled inside the Championship's top six despite being winless in four.

City are hardly heading to Staffordshire in great form, having lost their last two and without a win since that thumping victory at Preston on the opening day.

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The Tigers were able to break their goalscoring drought last weekend and they'll hope to tick off the lack of victory curse this weekend, and ahead of kick-off, reporter Barry Cooper will be in the chair to answer your questions.

Takeover talk has also dominated the last 10 days or so, and while there has been no fresh news on the possibility of Acun Ilicani taking over, fans are sure to have questions.

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