Utd v Hull | Can Jose’s men close gap on top four?

With Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool all dropping points in their midweek clashes, Manchester United have a great chance to make up ground on the top four if they beat Hull City at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.

This is the third meeting between the two sides in three weeks, with United having beaten the Tigers 3-2 on aggregate over two legs in their League Cup semifinal. Marco Silva’s side beat United 2-1 last week at the KC Stadium- their first ever win over United in ANY competition since 1974, and will be now trying to make it two in a row over Jose Mourinho’s men Continue reading