After finishing as champions last season in League One, Hull City have found their return to the Championship difficult so far, despite an emphatic 4-1 victory on the opening day of the season against Preston Noth End.
Grant McCann’s squad have struggled, having not won a game since that point, which has seen them fall to 23rd in the table, with only Derby County below them due to their points deduction.
Hull have had difficulties in scoring goals, only finding the back of the net five times, and with four of those taking place in the first game of the season, it has proven to be a major problem for the club.
Defending has not been a strength either, with only two teams in the division having conceded more, which is something that the team must look to put right in order to find more success.
The Tigers head into the fixture having lost their last three straight league games, with the most recent defeat coming against Stoke City, with a goal in each half being enough.
Blackpool also enjoyed promotion from League One last season, as they went through the playoffs in order to secure a place in the Championship.
Unlike their opponents on Tuesday, they have adapted a little quicker to the new division, having earned 11 points already, showcasing their ability to play at this level.
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The Seasiders have managed to win both of their last two matches with confident performances against Middlesbrough and Barnsley, with Shayne Lavery’s strike being enough to secure a 1-0 win against the Tykes.
Last season, Hull were unable to defeat Blackpool during their two meetings, with Neil Critchley’s team managing to take four points from them.
Blackpool have also been quite shakey when it comes to their defensive performances, but they have kept two clean sheets in the league during this campaign, and they will be looking to do that in consecutive games on Tuesday