Hull City are now nine Championship games without a win, securing their sole victory on the opening day of the season.
Scoring four on the opening day against Preston North End, The Tigers have managed to score just twice since then.
Hull are still yet to record three points at the MKM Stadium this season, drawing two of their five games on home soil.
Visiting The Tigers, Middlesbrough will be hoping to build on Tuesday night’s 2-0 win against Sheffield United.
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Boro, who had only won once in their last seven before Tuesday’s clash with The Blades, convincingly swept away Slavisa Jokanovic’s side and were fully deserving of the win.
David Prutton believes that further misery will be inflicted on The Tigers tomorrow afternoon. In his Sky Sports predictions column, the EFL pundit has sided with Boro, choosing a 1-0 scoreline.
Things have gone catastrophically wrong for Hull this season, and whilst only 10 Championship games have gone, there is a reason to panic.
They have scored half the amount of goals in their last nine games as they did in their first, with the vast majority of people expecting The Tigers to continue impressing after the match against Preston.
Grant McCann’s side will be spirited by the second half performance against Blackpool during the week, but Boro looked revitalised against the in-form Blades.
It will be no surprise at all to see Middlesbrough record back-to-back wins, especially when it appears that the pressure is mounting on the man who led The Tigers to promotion last time out.