Hull City will hope to extend their KCOM Stadium winning streak when they host Birmingham City on Saturday.
So, we used FIFA 20 to give us a unique prediction for this weekend's Championship clash.
This is what the game predicted.
Hull City vs Birmingham City on FIFA 20:
To set up this simulation, we used kick-off mode on FIFA 20 but didn't select a team to control; we then selected the teams and watched the match play out by itself, to give us a unique prediction.
The AI difficulty was set to world class, with the line-up updated with the latest injuries and suspensions, to make sure it was as realistic as possible.
We predict that Hull City could set up in a 4-2-3-1 formation, with their line-up as follows: George Long; Eric Lichaj, Reece Burke, Jordy De Wijs, Callum Elder; Dan Batty, Leonardo Da Silva Lopes; Jarrod Bowen, Jackson Irvine, Kamil Grosicki; Tom Eaves.
We predict that Birmingham City could set up in a 4-4-2 formation, with the line-up as follows: Connal Trueman; Maxime Colin; Geraldo Bajrami, Harlee Dean, Kristian Pedersen; Jacques Maghoma, David Davis, Ivan Sunjic, Jeremie Bela; Lukas Jutkiewicz, Alvaro Gimenez.
City have won each of their meetings at the KCOM Stadium over Birmingham this decade and they came the closest to opening the scoring through Tom Eaves midway through the half, a left-footed strike that he was unable to steer on target.
As you can tell by his reaction, he felt as if he should have at least tested Connal Trueman in the visitors' goal.
Just five minutes later, Lukas Jutkiewicz opened the scoring for the hosts, with his shot too hot for George Long to keep out.
Within 10 minutes of scoring, Jutkiewicz went close to adding to his total twice, but City were able to keep their deficit at just the sole goal heading into half-time.
All of the chances in the second half fell City's way. After Trueman was forced into action with a good to deny Dan Batty, Eaves again went close, but again failed to test the Blues' stopper.
City left it late for one of their best chances of the game, only for substitute George Honeyman to steer his header wide, meaning that FIFA 20 game are predicting that Hull City will fall to a first home defeat in three games.
Full-time score: Hull City 0-1 Birmingham City
Here are the full-time match stats.
FIFA 20 predicts that whilst City will dominate, a failure to take their chances will cost them and their 10-year winning run at home to the Blues will end.
What do you think the score will be?
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