Where: The Hawthorns
When: Saturday 21 December, 3 p.m. GMT
Hull travel to a West Brom side under new leadership, with Steve Clarke placed on gardening leave following the 1-0 loss at Cardiff.
The Baggies have been plummeting down the table and sit 16th, just two points above the drop-zone. Hull are four places and four points better off, and will look to put further distance between themselves and the bottom sides.
Clarke's dismissal came on the back of four consecutive defeats which leaves West Brom rock bottom of the form table as the only side without a win in six. The Baggies have just two points from 18 and have only won one of their last 10 games.
Hull's early-season promise has faltered of late as Steve Bruce's squad have taken just five points from their previous six games.
The last time this pair met was in the 2008/09 season in which Hull won the corresponding fixture 3-0.
Both sides favour their right flank, especially Hull who use it more than any other side in the division; expect the versatile Ahmed Elmohamady to be a prominent factor for the visitors.
Whether it's in a 3-5-2 formation or with four at the back, the Tigers will look to draw their opponents in and unleash the Egyptian on the overlap. At the same time, the Baggies can capitalise on any pockets of space behind him.
The home side will be similarly reliant on Stephane Sessegnon and Morgan Amalfitano, who will look to interchange and create overloads on their right. Both left-backs will need to remain committed to their defensive duties in this game.
Prediction: West Brom 0-0 Hull
New-manager syndrome always throws up some unpredictable results, but it's tough to separate two out-of-form sides. West Brom will struggle to break down Hull, who will be content with another point.