Manchester United: De Gea; Jones, Vidic, Smalling, Evra; Cleverley; Valencia, Kagawa, Januzaj; Mata; Van Persie.
Wayne Rooney is struggling to make the starting XI after coming down with illness and a groin strain in recent days, but Robin van Persie should return to the starting line-up after coming on as a sub against Sunderland.
United fans will also be hoping to see interim manager Ryan Giggs feature against the Tigers, in the hope the Welshman manages to score his first goal of the season against Steve Bruce’s men.
Hull: Harper; Elmohamady, Bruce, Davies, Figueroa, Rosenior; Koren, Livermore, Huddlestone, Boyd; Long
James Chester is set to out until the start of next season with a hamstring problem, while Sone Aluko is also out with an ankle problem.
Elsewhere, Allan McGregor (ribs), Robbie Brady (groin) and Paul McShane (ankle) are all out.
It’s set to be an emotional evening at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday night.
Manchester United defenders Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic are set to play in their final ever home match for the Red Devils, and the veteran centre-halves will be hoping for a clean sheet against a Hull team who are firmly focused on the FA Cup final. The game could also be the last match for Patrice Evra.
The match also seems likely to be the final outing for Ryan Giggs as a Man United player, and Giggs will be hoping to maintain his unbelievable record of scoring a goal in every Premier League season since it’s inception in 1992.
As for Hull, Steve Bruce will be hoping to slap United with their 8th home defeat of the campaign with a changed-up side ahead of the FA Cup final.
Hull, looking to keep their star players fresh before facing Arsenal at Wembley, are likely to draft in Stephen Quinn, George Boyd, Robert Koren, Yannick Sagbo and Matty Fryatt for the trip to Old Trafford.
Yet, with Hull having little to play for in a league context, Man United will be expected to close their home campaign with a flourish.
Prediction: Manchester United 3 – Hull 0.
Some essential facts to help with online betting:
Steve Bruce’s side are looking for their first ever league victory at Old Trafford, but they arrive in Manchester on the back three defeats in the Premier League.
Hull have never kept a clean sheet in a league match away at Manchester United, conceding 30 goals in their 10 trips.
United have already lost seven home games this season, the most since the 1973/74 season.
Hull have the second worst clean sheets record away from home in the league this season. The Tigers have kept only two clean sheets away from the KC Stadium, with only Fulham (1) having a worse record.
Whilst Manchester United still have an oustide chance of playing in next season’s Europa League, Hull have already qualified for the competition after getting to the FA Cup final.