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Hull City vs Newcastle United live listings: where to watch on Nov 29, 2016

November 29, 2016 By Andrew Amoth Wandola brings you all the broadcast information you need to watch the Hull City vs Newcastle United EFL Cup quarter-final match live on TV or online.

Broadcast info

Who’s playing: Newcastle United face rivals Hull City today in the quarter-final of the EFL Cup. Rafa Benitez’s men are now looking for their fifth successful victory away from home in all competitions, with the main aim of beaten the club record of seven consecutive away victories which was set in 1994.

What time: On Tuesday November 29, 2016 at 11:45 am PST/ 19:45 GMT/ 20:45 CET

Which stadium: At the KCOM stadium in Kingston, Hull, England. The facility has a capacity of 25,586.

Which channels:

In the USA on fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A.

In Canada on beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

In the UK on BBC Radio, BBC Radio 5 Live Extra

*View up-to-date global listings

Match facts

  • This is the eighth quarter-final appearance for Newcastle United in the League Cup
  • Apart from beaten Notts County at this stage of the competition in 1975, the Magpies have been bundled out in six of their last seven appearances
  • Rafa Benitez’s men last faced Hull City in the League Cup in 1997 when they won 2-0 thanks to goals from Des Hamilton and Ian Rush
  • No Newcastle United player has ever scored for the club in the quarter-finals of the League Cup. The only goal scored the Magpies managed was actually an own goal from Notts County.

Team news

Newcastle United

Jonjo Shevley will miss this match due to an unsolved case with the FA. Jack Colback and Grant Hanley could return after sitting out of the defeat to Blackburn Rovers. Jesus Gamez and Rolando Aarons are also unavailable for selections. 

Hull City

Players to miss this match due to injury or illness include Allan McGregor, Alex Bruce, Brian Lenihan, Moses Odubajo, Shaun Maloney, Ryan Mason, Will Keane and Abel Hernandez. Sam Clucas will also miss due to suspension. 

Match forecast

Newcastle United are the current leaders of the Championship with 40 points, out of 18 games. They have registered 13 wins, one draw and four defeats in their last 18 games in the Championship. The Magpies now face a Hull City side that was promoted from the Championship to the Premier League over the summer. 

But after a promising start that saw them take charge of the Premier League albeit temporarily, the Tigers now sit in the relegation zone (18th place) with only 11 points after 13 games.  These two teams have faced each other eight times since the 2008/09 Premier League season, with Newcastle securing only two wins, three draws and three defeats.

This could be a difficult outing for the Championship side now that they will be playing away from home and against a side that has faced tougher opponents in the Premier League. A win for the hosts could be the most probable result here.                                                                                                                                                                

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