Date, time and coverage: Tuesday 6 May, 19:45 BST. The match will not be shown live on TV in the UK. Follow ManUtd.com's live blog and MUTV Online's radio commentary.
Form guide: United head into Tuesday’s match with Hull on the back of a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Sunderland, who clinched a first victory at Old Trafford since 1968 thanks to Sebastian Larsson’s accurate first half volley. The Reds have now lost seven Premier League matches at home this season and, as a result, interim manager Ryan Giggs has called on his players to bounce back with a big win at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the Tigers are without a victory in three and most recently lost to Aston Villa at the weekend, a result that left them 15th in the table.
Ins and outs: Ryan Giggs told MUTV on Monday that Wayne Rooney is "struggling" to be fit for Tuesday's game. Robin van Persie is expected to start following his second half cameo against the Black Cats, while Rafael has a chance of being involved. Jonny Evans is definitely out. Giggs could also name himself on the bench ahead of what could be his final playing appearance at Old Trafford. Hull will be without ex-United players James Chester and Robbie Brady, as well as Paul McShane and Joe Dudgeon. Sone Aluko is also likely to miss out.
Betting: Official betting partners bwin have priced United as favourites to win at odds of 1.35, with Hull at 8.25 and the draw at 4.75. If you’re feeling more adventurous, why not back the Reds to win 4-0 at generous odds of 36.00?
Last meeting: United clinched a thrilling 3-2 comeback victory at the KC Stadium on Boxing Day after conceding twice within the first 15 minutes. Thankfully, goals from Chris Smalling, Wayne Rooney and a James Chester concession helped