Hull City v Milton Keynes Dons

Jake Forster-Caskey of Milton Keynes Dons

Jake Forster-Caskey could be back in the reckoning for MK Dons after missing the goalless draw at Charlton

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Hull duo Robert Snodgrass and Nick Powell are doubts for the visit of MK Dons because of knocks.

Fellow midfielder Shaun Maloney (ankle) and defender Ryan Taylor (toe) are both out of contention.

Midfielder Jake Forster-Caskey, who is on loan from Brighton, could be available for the visitors

Carl Baker is getting closer to a return after an ankle injury but the trip to the KC Stadium will probably come too soon for the midfielder.


  • Hull have yet to lose against MK Dons, winning two and drawing one.
  • MK Dons lost the reverse fixture 2-0 at Stadium MK; the first time they had failed to score against Hull.
  • Hull have conceded just four goals in their past 12 league games, keeping eight clean sheets.
  • The Dons have kept clean sheets in their past two games – they have never kept three in a row in the Championship.
  • If Hull can keep a clean sheet against MK Dons they will equal a club record of six consecutive home league clean sheets in a row, which they achieved previously in 1912, 1984 and 2010.

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