PR: Cardiff City vs Hull City

First and foremost, we welcome Liam Rosenior & Justin Walker to Hull City and hope their tenure is one of success, positivity and a bright future ahead of us.

Fresh from a hard-earned point at Millwall, Liam Rosenior will look to secure his first 3 points when the Tigers travel to Cardiff City. City will be without striker Estupinan after his dismissal at Millwall, but it’s in defence where Rosenior will be pleased after keeping a clean sheet at the weekend with ten men for the best part of an hour.

City’s inability to protect their goal in recent weeks has been a major concern but Saturday’s effort was a major plus and gives hope of much better fortunes ahead.

Cardiff are fresh from a fine win at Sunderland, but like City are lacking that consistency needed to climb the table and challenge at the top end. Rookie Cardiff interim manager Mark Hudson, will look for another positive result as he looks to stake his claim for the permanent manager role.

The Tigers will possibly line up very similar to the one that recorded a well-earned point at Millwall with a 4-2-3-1 formation likely, Ryan Longman will be hoping for a recall to replace the suspended Oscar Estupinan.

I am backing City, Hull of course, to claim Rosey’s first 3 points with a hard-earned 1-2 win.

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