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FT: It's all over at the Amex Stadium and we will need a replay to decide this tie. Sagbo's late equaliser ensured that Hull remain in the competition after Ulloa had put Brighton into a first-half lead. 1-1.
Chance for Hull! Meyler's bullet header is nodded off the line by Forster-Caskey from Huddlestone's corner.
Koren almost sends Hull through as Dunk flies in to divert his effort over the ball after a smart move on the edge of the area involving Sagbo and Aluko. Huddlestone to take the corner.
Aluko's ball is too wide for Fryatt to get a shot away, he holds it up before laying off Elmohamady whose cross is headed away. Brighton then look to break but it comes to nothing.
There's still plenty of time for a winner as the fourth official indicates a minimum of four minutes of stoppage time will be played.
Davies heads the resulting corner over his own bar and Brighton get the chance to go again. This time, the delivery goes all the way out for a throw-in on the opposite side.
It's frantic stuff and Brighton have a corner as Obika sees his volley deflected behind after Forster-Caskey picked him out with a pin-point cross.
Hull are pushing for a second but Brighton break as Meyler is caught out. Obika's touch is too heavy though and Hull clear when March was waiting in space.
Excellent finish from Sagbo there. Aluko found him with a great in-swinging ball from the right and the big striker just invited the tackle from Chicksen before slotting underneath Brezovan. As things stand, this one is going back to the KC Stadium for a replay.
GOAL! Yannick Sagbo equalises for Hull, firing home from close-range after evading the challenge of Chicksen. 1-1.
Andrews kick-starts a Brighton break with Hull caught short at the back. Forster-Caskey looks to charge onto it but Elmohamady does well to get across him and shore things up.
Obika breaks but the striker is isolated up front with Brighton sitting deep. He does his best to work his way into a good position but finds himself outnumbered and Hull clear.
Elmohamady bundles over LuaLua and Brighton win a free-kick. It's right in front of Steve Bruce and the Hull boss is not impressed.
LuaLua can only find the stand behind the goal as he beats Elmohamady before getting his cross away. Oscar Garcia is encouraging his side to go for a second.
Hull have dominated possession for the majority of this second half. They've had 63% of it in the last five minutes but are still yet to carve out any clear-cut chances since the break.
The frustration continues for Hull as Huddlestone sees his effort fly wide from the edge of the area. They're still yet to officially have a shot on target as hitting the woodwork is not counted in the stats anymore.
Huddlestone slams the free-kick into the Brighton wall before Aluko's return is blocked and the hosts are able to clear.
Fryatt is involved for the first time as Aluko finds him inside the area and his effort is blocked. Aluko picks up the loose ball on the edge of the box and Forster-Caskey drags him down, conceding a free-kick in a dangerous position. Huddlestone stands over it. It's his kind of range, just past the D.
Brezovan does excellently to claim Elmohamady's cross from the air with Sagbo challenging at the back post. Brave goalkeeping.
Hull are pushing for an equaliser and Davies is complementing the attack. Elmohamady finds the defender storming down the right but he shows why he belongs at the back as he skews an attempted cross out for a goalkick.
Ince gets the better of Sagbo and the Hull striker concedes a free-kick in a crossing position. Brighton play it short and Calderon eventually blazes over from inside the area after some good play from March.
Chicksen is afforded time and space as he cuts inside. He lets fly from some distance but slices his effort high and wide.
Hull make a double change as George Boyd and Matty Fryatt replace Stephen Quinn and Abdoulaye Faye. Attacking move from Bruce and his side now look to be operating with three at the back.
Calderon sees an ambitious strike from distance blocked by Davies as Brighton mount a brief counter attack.
Few real chances after the first 20 minutes of this first half but Hull have been doing most of the attacking with Brighton sitting deep. The Tigers are preparing to bring on George Boyd.
Ulloa is persistent as he looks to force himself into the area but Davies is too strong for him and he clears Hull's lines.
Not for the first time tonight, Huddlestone's delivery is poor and the attack comes to nothing as Davies gives away a free-kick which gives Brighton the chance to get out of their own half.
Huddlestone smashes a low ball towards the near post and it is deflected behind for a corner as Elmohamady looked to get to it. Huddlestone to take.
Elmohamady gets the better of Chicksen down the right and he wins a free-kick from the Brighton full-back in a good crossing position for Hull. Huddlestone stands over it.
Aluko's corner looks for Huddlestone who is lining up a volley on the near post. He is unable to meet it and Brighton break through Chicksen who looks to pick out Ulloa with a cross field ball, only for McGregor to pluck it from the air.
Elmohamady wins a corner off Chicksen down the right as he looked to work himself into a crossing position. Aluko to deliver an inswinger.
March has looked lively since his arrival at the break and he is inches away from feeding Ulloa in on goal as the striker's outstretched leg is just short of bringing the ball under control.
Robert Koren goes into the book for bringing down Solly March after the youngster had skipped away from him at speed.
Davies finds Figueroa out wide on the left. The full-back likes to get forward and he lofts a ball into the box looking for Sagbo but it's just slightly too heavy and Brighton are able to clear.
Chicksen stands firm to stop Elmohamady from progressing down the right. Brighton have defended particularly well so far tonight.
Huddlestone's delivery from the resulting corner evades everyone in the box and it goes all the way out for a throw-in.
At the other end, Dunk is forced into action as he beats Sagbo to Elmohamady's cross and heads it behind for a Hull corner. Huddlestone to take.
Calderon returns to the field and Brighton look to attack. LuaLua finds Forster-Caskey driving forward in space but he just gets the ball tangled under his feet and Hull clear.
Calderon has blood coming from his mouth and replays suggest that Quinn just clipped him with an arm, although there was definitely no malice from the Hull man.
Calderon remains down following that aerial challenge with Quinn and he is currently receiving treatment on the pitch as play is halted.
Quinn does well to leap above Calderon and flick the ball on with Sagbo looking to latch onto it. The striker can't quite get to it and Brezovan collects. Fairly quite opening to this second half so far.
LuaLua loses out as he looks to mount an early attack down the left before March is involved for the first time as Huddlestone heads his cross away.
Brighton make a half-time change as Solly March replaces Will Buckley in what is said to be a tactical substitution by Oscar Garcia.
The teams are making their way back out at the Amex and Sky Bet have a Hull win priced at 13/2. Can the Tigers turn it around?
HT: The referee signals for half time and it's Brighton who lead thanks to Leonardo's Ulloa's 30th-minute finish. Hull have hit the woodwork twice but it is the host who have had the better of the chances. 1-0.
Big chance for Brighton to double their lead as Ulloa heads wide at the back post. It was a great cross from Buckley on the right, he picked out the striker who was unmarked, only to nod wide with McGregor rooted to the spot.
Upson shows his quality as he gets ahead of Sagbo to clear Quinn's inviting cross with a brave flying header. Great defending from the former England man.
LuaLua does well to turn to turn away from Elmohamady before whipping in a cross which McGregor can collect.
Hull mount some brief pressure in the Brighton half before Figueroa balloons a cross high and wide. Brighton goalkick.
Koren's searching through ball is cut out by Dunk before Quinn wins Hull a free-kick off Calderon inside the Brighton half.
Aluko drags one wide from distance after Elmohamady had picked him out from the right. The Hull striker has cut a frustrated figure so far this evening.
Buckley draws a free-kick from Quinn midway through the Brighton half. It's played long and Davies is forced to find touch with Ulloa in pursuit. Brighton are dominating this but you get the feeling that Hull can turn it on at any minute.
Brighton look to mount an attack through Ince and Ulloa. Calderon looks to get involved down the right but his touch is heavy and it goes out of play.
Sone Aluko is the first player to go into the book for that challenge on LuaLua. He knew exactly what he was doing there as Brighton looked to counter attack at speed.
Chicksen looks okay to continue. He returns to the pitch and play resums. Brighton have a free-kick in the centre circle as Aluko hauls down LuaLua.
Davies clatters Chicksen and the young defender needs a bit of treatment. A brief stoppage in play allows everyone to regain their breath momentarily.
This is turning into quite the contest now with the woodwork denying Hull twice in the space of five minutes. Both efforts came either side of Ulloa's opener.
Wow. Hull almost respond immediately as the post prevents Davies from grabbing an equaliser with a towering header from a corner. The loose ball then somehow falls kindly into the arms of Brezovan via the legs of Upson. Hull can't believe that they're not back on level terms.
That was excellent from Ulloa on a number of levels. He started the move with a smart back-heel to Buckley just before the halfway line. Buckley fed him through with a perfectly weighted ball and the striker kept his cool to dink it over McGregor, much to the delight of the home fans.
GOAL! Leonardo Ulloa races through on goal before slotting past McGregor to give Brighton the lead. 1-0.
Big, big chance for Hull! Elmohamady's cross finds Sagbo who throws himself at it to divert the ball towards goal. He gets a toe to it, only to be denied by the crossbar with Brezovan beaten. That's the closest we've come to an opener.
A smart Hull move sees Elmohamady's low near-post cross cleared after Koren had fed him into a good position. They have really stepped it up a gear in the last 10 minutes or so.
That was Hull's best spell of the game so far but Brighton have regained possession. Ulloa claims that his cross is deflected behind but a goalkick is given.
Sagbo holds up play as he waits for support. An Elmohamady cross fails to find anyone in the box before Figueroa sees his return ball headed clear. Sagbo did go down in the area but there was no visible appeals for a penalty.
This is a good spell for Hull on the ball, they're just yet to create any sort of opening as Koren's wayward ball is collected by Brezovan.
Brighton are giving Hull little time on the ball and an attack down the right ends with the ball going all the way back to Davies in defence. The Tigers are starting to put a few passes together though.
Livermore heads Calderon's cross into touch as Brighton mount more pressure. Ince eventually slips on the ball and loses out to give Hull some respite.
Hull remind Brighton of their attacking threat as a quick break sees Sagbo drag an effort wide from the edge of the area. This is livening up quite nicely.
Good chance for Brighton after a smart move as Forster-Caskey smashes an acrobatic volley over the bar. Calderon found space down the right before hanging an inviting ball into area which the midfielder just couldn't convert.
Buckley and Calderon can't quite work something down the right. They reclaim possession and continue to press. LuaLua tries his luck from range but Davies can easily block.
Hull are sitting quite deep and Brighton continue to attack as Andrews sees his powerful effort from range blocked.
Brighton have certainly started the better of the two sides. They look confident with the ball at their feet and look genuinely dangerous in attack.
At the other end, Hull threaten to catch Brighton on the counter attack but Aluko and Sagbo aren't quite on the same wave length and the move breaks down.
Ulloa flicks on Dunk's clearance which Forster-Caskey can run onto. Brighton want a foul for a challenge from behind by Elmohamady but play is waved on.
It's Hull's turn to attack but Elmohamady's deep cross is unable to find anyone inside the area and Brezovan collects unchallenged.
Brighton are causing problems, Ulloa particularly with his strength. Huddlestone uncharacteristically loses out to Buckley in a dangerous position, only for the Brighton man to sky his effort well over the bar.
Buckley is wasteful with the free-kick but LuaLua picks it up before the loose ball falls to Forster-Caskey who hits a weak effort wide from outside the box.
Good chance for Brighton here, just on the edge of the area. Buckley and Forster-Caskey stand over it with men forward in the box.
The free-kick is played short and Brighton look to mount an attack. Ulloa can't quite get to a long ball but he eventually out-muscles Faye to win it and draws a foul off Figueroa on the edge of the box.
The teams alternate giving possession away with a couple of long balls before Figueroa clips Buckley and Brighton win a free-kick just inside the Hull half.
Figueroa goes for the long ball as he looks for Sagbo's run. Dunk cuts it out with his head before Brighton look to counter.
McGregor smothers a cross from LuaLua as Ulloa awaits inside the area. No sights of goal just yet but plenty of attacking intent so far from both sides.
It's a decent atmosphere at the Amex as both sides look to find their feet in the game. The long journey doesn't appear to have taken it out of the travelling fans who are in good voice.
It's Hull dominating possession in the opening minutes as they knock it about their own half. Koren is found in space on the right, he whips a ball across the box looking for Quinn at the back post but it goes all the way out for a throw-in at the other side.
Brighton get us underway at the Amex. Both sides are in their traditional coloured stripes: Blue and white for the hosts, amber and black for the visitors.
The whole ground observes a minute's applause in respect of England and Preston legend Sir Tom Finney who sadly passed away last week at the age of 91.
On Twitter, Layton Wojcik (@lboydazzle) says: "Think Brighton will lose 3-0 Livermore 2 and Huddlestone."
We're minutes away from kick-off at the Amex so if you've got any final thoughts or score predictions, now is the time to get them sent in. Either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or email email@example.com. But make sure you're quick if you want them posting!
Thanks to Stuart Brown (@browny1412) who has been in touch on Twitter backing a Brighton win. He says: "Brighton 2-1 LuaLua double to down the Tigers #homeadvantage."
If you're having a bet on tonight's action, our friends over at Sky Bet have it covered with a number of price boosts. Kazenga LuaLua was influential off the bench against Leeds last week and he's 14/1 to open the scoring, while a 2-1 win for the visitors is priced at 12/1. Odds: Brighton win 8/5, draw 23/10, Hull win 9/5.
The last time the two sides met was a Championship fixture back in February last year and Brighton were 1-0 winners that night thanks to a strike from Vicente. But history is not on the Tigers' side and they have failed to win at Brighton since 1965.
Thanks to Chris Green from Huddersfield who has emailed in with his prediction. He says: "Hull to win 3-1, with Elmohamady, Huddlestone and Aluko scoring the goals." While Adam Gillis is going for a 3-0 home win.
Oscar Garcia's men have already seen off Reading and Port Vale in this season's competition, while Hull have eased past Southend and Middlesbrough as they both look to move within one game of a Wembley semi-final.
A home quarter-final tie against Sunderland awaits the winner tonight and should the visitors progress, Steve Bruce would have the opportunity to get one over his former employers for the third time this season. However, Brighton should pose a tough test and they have won their past four outings at the Amex by 1-0 scorelines.
As for the visitors, Steve Bruce has made six changes from the side that were beaten 1-0 at home to Southampton as McGregor, Faye, Koren, Quinn, Sagbo and Aluko all return.
So both sides make plenty of changes from their midweek league games. Brighton were 1-0 winners here against Leeds on Tuesday night, but Oscar Garcia has has made seven changes to that side with Brezovan, Dunk, Calderon, Chicksen, Forster-Caskey, Andrews, Buckley and LuaLua all coming in.
Thanks to @GeorgeallenHD on Twitter who says: "I Think The tigers will do well I'm feeling 1-2 to Hull #UTT."
As always, you can get in touch before, during and after the game with your thoughts and score predictions. Either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or drop a line via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and a selection of the best will be published. Is the league the priority or is the cup a welcome distraction? Surely both sets of fans would fancy their chances of getting to Wembley? Let me know!
Hull City XI v Brighton: McGregor, Figueroa, Faye, Davies, Elmohamady, Huddlestone, Koren, Livermore, Quinn, Sagbo, Aluko.
Brighton XI v Hull City: Brezovan, Calderon, Upson, Dunk, Chicksen, Ince, Foster-Caskey, Andrews, Buckley, LuaLua, Ulloa.
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