Vital Doncaster looks at the form of both Hull City and Doncaster Rovers ahead of the game at the KC Stadium on Tuesday night.
The Tigers come into the game on the back of a defeat after being beaten at home by League Two side Crawley Town 1-0 on Saturday.
In their last championship game, they won 1-0 at Reading.
The win at Reading made it back-to-back wins in the championship having beaten Peterborough 1-0 in their last home game.
So far this season at the KC Stadium, Hull have won eight and lost five and they are the only side in the championship yet to draw at home this season.
They have netted just sixteen goals at home so far this season with only five teams scoring less at home this season.
Hull are the lowest scorers in the top half of the championship table having netted just 28 goals so far this season.
Robert Koren has scored in four of their last five championship home games.
Hull are currently in 5th place in the Championship, with 45 points from 27 games.
Recent Home form: WWLWWL
Rovers have had the weekend off after losing in the FA Cup third round at the start of the month.
Last time out they were beaten 2-1 at Bristol City.
That defeat made it six defeats in a row away from home since winning at Ipswich Town at the start of November.
They are now just one loss short of equalling their worst run away from home since their return to the championship.
Rovers lost seven away games in a row at the start of their first season in the championship in 2008/09, after winning on the opening day at Derby County.
So far this season on their travels, they have won two and lost twelve away from home and they are one of only three sides yet to draw away from home this season in the championship.
They have the worst defensive record away from home in the championship having conceded 33 goals in 14 games (2.35 per game).
Six of Billy Sharp`s ten goals this season have come away from home.
Only Nottingham Forest (22) have scored less goals than Rovers (23) in the championship this season.
They are currently in 23rd place in the Championship, with 23 points from 27 games.
Recent Away Form: LLLLLL
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