Kicking off at 7pm at the Whites' home ground, David Lee's side will be looking to bounce back from their narrow defeat to Barnsley last time out.
They are unbeaten on their own soil meanwhile, having won three out of four games in front of their own supporters so far this term.
Their form in general has seen them win four, draw one and lose three matches to leave them sitting fourth in the table.
Hull however have won three, drawn two and lost three games and sit seventh with 11 points from eight outings.
Last time out, they drew 1-1 with their Sheffield United counterparts.