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Last Updated: 23/10/18 3:57pm
Bristol City will monitor Nathan Baker ahead of the clash with Hull.
Baker went off after 21 minutes of Saturday's 1-0 win at Brentford with a head injury and the club must now adhere to the relevant protocols.
Frank Fielding (illness) remains out while Niki Maenpaa is still a couple of weeks away from fitness with an adductor injury. Bailey Wright, Mo Eisa and Hakeeb Adelakun are all back in training and closing in on returns.
Hull should be able to call on midfielder Dan Batty. Batty came off in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Preston with a knee injury, but it is not expected to keep him out at Ashton Gate.
Skipper Markus Henriksen should be fit after a minor injury kept him out at the weekend. Evandro (calf) will miss out along with Stephen Kingsley.
The two league meetings between Bristol City and Hull last season saw 15 goals scored - Hull 2-3 Bristol City and Bristol City 5-5 Hull.
Hull lost 12 consecutive away league visits to Bristol City between September 1971 and May 2011 - they're unbeaten in four since (W1 D3 L0).
Four of Bristol City's last seven league goals have been scored in or after the 80th minute of matches, including an 89th minute winner in their last game at Brentford.
Four of Hull's last five Championship goals have been scored by striker Jarrod Bowen.
Bristol City's last seven league goals have been scored by different players (Pack, Watkins, Kelly, Diedhiou, Brownhill, Taylor and Eliasson).
Since Nigel Adkins' first league match in charge of Hull, only Reading (21) have lost more Championship games than the Tigers (18).
David Prutton predicts: 3-0 (14/1 with Sky Bet)