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Where to watch Hull City vs Chelsea in the FA Cup live on January 25

January 24, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
After a two-all draw against cross-town rivals Arsenal midweek, Chelsea now turn ther attention towards cup duty as they travel to face Hull.

Preview: Hull vs Chelsea

Chelsea will look to get back on track after a draw and a loss from their last two Premier League games when they travel to face Hull in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday evening. The Blues are still in fourth spot, but will be bitterly disappointed with not earning all three points against cross-town rivals Arsenal from their most recent fixture.

Despite enjoying much of the ball against Newcastle, they failed to make those opportunities count and lost that game 1-0 due to a last-gasp goal. And against Arsenal, they were unable to take advantage of having a man up and had to settle for a 2-2 draw. As a result, the Blues dropped five points out of a possible six.

Opponents Hull, meanwhile, come into this game off the back of two straight losses in the Championship and sit in 12th place. All eyes will likely be on Jarrod Bowen, who is trying to garner interest from Premier League clubs and so he's set to start here to put himself in the shop window. Defensively, they've been hit with a spate of injuries. Jordy De Wijs, Matthew Pennington, and Callum Elder are all struggling with various issues, so this could see the hosts have to make do with a make-shift back-line for this game.

Team news: Hull vs Chelsea

Hull: Jon Toral and Kevin Stewart are both out. Matthew Pennington, Callum Elder, and Jordy De Wijs have all been hit with recent injuries and as such Pennington will have to pass a late fitness test, but both Elder and De Wijs won't feature. Stephen Kingsley has returned to training but will have to evaluated before the match.

Chelsea: Tammy Abraham is likely to miss this fixture after suffering an ankle injury during the 2-2 draw with Arsenal. Other absentees include Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Olivier Giroud, who is still negotiating his future away from Chelsea. Reece James isn't likely to feature despite his knee injury not being as bad as it initially appeared. Christian Pulisic is still on the treatment table.

Match facts: Hull vs Chelsea

  • Hull have a lousy track record against Chelsea, to say the least. The Tigers haven't won any of their 10 FA Cup games against Chelsea (D3 L7).
  • That includes a 4-0 drubbing by the Blues in February 2018 at Stamford Bridge
  • Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 15 meetings versus Hull across all comps (W13 D2)
  • Their last defeat to Hull was in October 1988 (3-0)

Where to watch Hull vs Chelsea live on January 25, 2020

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Hull City 1 - 2 Chelsea

January 25, 2020 12:30pmKCOM Stadium (Hull)

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