Hull City welcome Newcastle United to the KC Stadium for a Football League Cup quarter-final scheduled to kick-off at 19:45 GMT on Tuesday, November 29 and you can find all the live stream information including kick-off time in our match preview right here.
A semi-final place is at stake for the winner of the EFL Cup's contest between the Tigers and the Magpies.
Though they compete in different divisions, Newcastle have a very real chance of progressing to the final four as they, after all, are just three rungs below Hull in the English football pyramid, score at a far higher rate (one goal in two games) - over double Hull's paltry return - and concede fewer goals, too.
Hull struggle to finish scoring chances, they are weak against balls through the middle, from defending dead-ball situations, give too many fouls away and can be physically dominated.
In the last five meetings between these two sides, it is Newcastle who have the superior record thanks to two wins, two draws against just one loss. The most recent victory, a 3-0 romp over Hull in January, 2015, saw Remy Cabella, Sammy Ameobi and Yoan Gouffran dominate.
Gouffran remains a crucial player to Newcastle's tactics and has already banked three goals and two assists from his 14 league appearances so far.
The Magpies have form players all over the park, though, including Dwight Gayle - who has 13 goals from 13 starts - Jonjo Shelvey, who has been a star in midfield, Ciaran Clark, Matt Ritchie and Isaac Hayden.
Hull have few form players but will look to Curtis Davies to stifle as much of Newcastle's attacking ingenuity as possible.