Neither side have anything to play for with Hull’s place in the league secured for next year whilst Forest know they’re going to be battling in the play-offs.
However, both teams will no doubt be looking to end the season on a high and a win for Forest could give them some momentum for the play-offs, especially after losing out on automatic promotion on Tuesday night.
Although Hull themselves may be looking to bounce back from their 5-0 defeat against Bristol City at the weekend.
Latest team news
Hull look to go into this game with a full squad available and no unexpected team news.
Nottingham Forest have faced some injury issues this season and they will continue to be without a number of important players.
Lewis Grabban remains out with a hamstring injury whilst Max Lowe is suffering with a groin injury.
Keinan Davis is out with a hamstring injury but Forest are hoping they will have him back for the play-offs.
Although neither side have anything riding on the result of this game, with Forest looking towards the play-offs they will want a result to push them forward.
Therefore, we are going to say 2-0 to Forest.
Is there a live stream? Is it on TV?
The game is not on TV but fans can buy audio match passes from Hull City.
What time is kick-off?
The game takes place on Saturday and kick-off is at 12:30pm.