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United fancied to break Hull's resistance
Manchester United will bid to extend their 14-match winning streak against struggling Hull in Tuesday's EFL Cup semi-final first-leg.
Jose Mourinho's men have been in irresistible form of late and powered to a 4-0 home win in the FA Cup against Championship promotion-contenders Reading on Saturday.

The manner of United's victory - and the fact it was achieved after Mourinho made nine changes to his line-up - does not augur well for new Hull boss Marco Silva as he prepares to unleash his Tigers at Old Trafford.

The Portuguese coach also got a win at the weekend in his first match in charge at the KCOM Stadium, but he saw club captain Michael Dawson limp out with an injury which leaves his defensive resources severely depleted.

Goals have been the main problem for Hull this season, with former boss Mike Phelan unlucky to be without the services of last season's top-scorer Abel Hernandez for most of his six-month stint in charge.

However, Hernandez came off the bench to grab the opener in Hull's 2-0 win over fellow strugglers Swansea City on Saturday and the Uruguayan may be ready for a start.

Manchester United are overwhelming favourites at n/ato take a first-leg lead from the clash at Old Trafford.

Summer signings Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are set to return after sitting on the bench for the Reading tie, and all three have been in excellent form.

Ibrahimovic will be hard to stop given he could be up against midfielders pressed into emergency roles at the heart of Hull's back four.

The Swede finished one goal shy of equalling Lionel Messi's number of goals for the calendar year in 2016 and has already opened his account this year with the crucial second goal in United's recent win at West Ham.

Marcus Rashford returned to the goal trail in Saturday's win against the Royals and he could again prove a key factor off the bench on Tuesday.

The England striker scored the stoppage-time winner when the two sides last met in the Premier League back in August.

United have won 20 of the 29 meetings between the two clubs down the years with four draws and only five wins for the Humberside club - the last of which came in 1974 at Boothferry Park.

Recommended bet: Manchester United to win with a 1 goal handicapn/a.
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