Hull City are looking to maintain their 100 per cent start to life back in League One.

The Tigers sealed wins over Gillingham and Crewe in their first two games.

Now they face newly-promoted Northampton looking to make it nine points from nine.

Ahead of the game, here is all you need to know on how to follow it.

The Hull players warm up before the Championship match at the Cardiff City Stadium

Hull City are embarking on a new era in League One, with the side looking to find their feet once more.

There's never a normal day at the KCOM stadium, and you certainly won't want to miss a thing.

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When and where is the game?

Sixfields Stadium.

The match is on Saturday, September 26 and takes place at the PTS Academy Stadium.

Kick off is 3pm.

Is it being streamed or televised?

It is. With fans still not permitted into stadiums, the game is being screened on iFollow.

Live streaming passes are priced at £10 for supporters based in the UK and £7 for overseas viewers.

Former City forward Jon Parkin will join regular commentator James Fletcher to provide analysis throughout the Tigers’ second away match of the season.

Alternatively, you can always follow our live blog on Hull Live.

We will be bringing you thorough coverage of the game from Sixfields, with Barry Cooper bringing you the all-important updates, reaction and comment.

What about highlights?

Quest TV will be showing highlights as usual, on Saturday night from 9pm.

You can find Quest on Freeview channel 12, Sky 144 and Virgin 169.