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Manchester United will look to continue their latest resurgence when they travel to take on Hull City at the KC Stadium.
David Moyes’ side have shown their mettle in recent weeks bouncing back from back to back home defeats to Everton and Newcastle to win their last four games in all competitions.
In the league, wins over Aston Villa and West Ham has left the Red Devils just 8 points off the lead and a good festive season starting against Hull could see them in contention coming the start of 2014.
United will head into the game with a doubt over forward Danny Welbeck. The forward scored a brace in the 3-1 success over the Hammers but took a knock to the knee leaving him struggling to be fit for the Boxing Day clash.
Key to any United success will the form of Wayne Rooney. The England forward moved top of the assist table after creating two of the goals against the Hammers. Playing in a withdrawn role Rooney took his assist tally to 8 for the season underlying his importance to Moyes’ side.
Moyes will definitely be without Michael Carrick, Robin Van Persie and Marouane Fellaini with all three not expected back until 2014.
Hull meanwhile could name the same side for the fourth successive game. The Tigers have drawn each of their last three games picking up single points away to Swansea and WBA with a blank against Stoke at home sandwiched in between.
The results have left Steve Bruce’s side 12th in the table on 20 points.
Robbie Brady has been key to Hull success this season but the Republic of Ireland man has missed the last few games with a groin injury and is unlikely to be fit to face his former club.
Stephen Quinn and Sone Aluko are also out with hamstring and Achilles injuries.
Hull have been impressive at the KC this season winning 4 drawing 3 and losing just once in front of their home fans and will fancy their chances of an upset against an United side that has already dropped points on the road against Liverpool, Manchester City, Cardiff and Spurs.