Probable starting eleven: Hull: McGregor; Elmohamady, Davies, Bruce, Figueroa; Huddlestone; Koren, Livermore, Boyd; Brady, Sagbo Liverpool: Mignolet; Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Flanagan; Alen, Henderson, Lucas, Gerrard, Coutinho; Suarez Liverpool are the favorites here, but I believe Hull can stay unbeaten. They have already played draws with Liverpool in the past seasons. In fact, two of the last four mutual games have finished with draws. Here are the results: Three of the last four mutual matches between these two teams were high scoring. Liverpool have two wins and two matches ended without winner. Here are the results: 09.05.2010. Hull City – Liverpool 0:0 26.09.2009. Liverpool – Hull City 6:1 25.04.2009. Hull City – Liverpool 1:3 13.12.2008. Liverpool – Hull City 2:2 Liverpool is handicapped as the striker Daniel Sturridge will miss the game with a sprained ankle. His absence is a problem for Rodgers as he has only one recognized striker now – Luis Suarez. If Hull defenders managed to stop Suarez, then I see lot of problems for Liverpool. In addition, the defender Jose Enrique is sidelined, as well as Sebastian Coates who remains long-term absentee. Finally, Liverpool are not in perfect form at the moment. They have one win, one draw and one defeat on the last three matches: Here are the results: 23.11.2013. Everton – Liverpool 3:3 09.11.2013. Liverpool – Fulham 4:0 02.11.2013. Arsenal – Liverpool 2:0 I expect Hull and Liverpool to share the points.