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Manchester United face Hull City in their last Premier League fixture at Old Trafford this season on Tuesday evening.
Where to Watch
Kick-off is set for 7:45pm BST. Radio commentary of the game will be available on BBC Radio 5 Live.
United come into this fixture after suffering yet another shocker at home losing 0-1 against relegation threatened Sunderland last Saturday. Sebastian Larsson's goal in the 30th minute was enough to hand the Red Devils their seventh defeat at home this season.
The outgoing English champions will be playing this last home game of the season and it will be an emotional one for various players and fans as it will be Nemanja Vidic's last game at Old Trafford.
It could also spell the end for Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra's United careers as both their contracts expire next month. It could also be Ryan Giggs' last game as a player as the interim manager could decide to hang up his boots at the end of the season to pursue a full-time coaching role.
They look set to finish seventh in the league table this season as they have 60 points from 36 matches. They have a very remote chance of finishing sixth only if Tottenham Hotspur lose to Aston Villa on the final day of the season.
Meanwhile, Hull too come into this fixture after being beaten 1-3 by Paul Lambert's men at the Villa Park last weekend.
Ashley Westwood gave the home side the lead in the first minute but Jordan Bowery's own goal restored parity for the Tigers. However, Andreas Weimann netted a brace before half-time to ensure the Birmingham based club are mathematically safe from relegation.
Steve Bruce's men too have been assured of their safety in top-flight after Norwich City failed to beat Chelsea. They currently sit 15th having 37 points from 36 matches.
What Managers Say
Ryan Giggs: "I'll have to take that into consideration but I also want to win the game as manager as well. I want to do what's best to win the game and not just make room for me in the starting line-up or on the bench, which I won't do. Of course, the perfect scenario is me coming on and scoring a goal, the winning goal, and hopefully everyone will be happy but it doesn't always work like that. We'll have to wait and see what happens on the night."
Steve Bruce: "I had a look a few weeks back and thought what difficult games we had to finish the season with Manchester United and then Everton. They were never going to be easy, but they're big games to look forward to and we can now go and have a freedom about us. Whenever you go to Old Trafford, it's a place that you want to play at. There'll be 75,000 there and it's a wonderful place to go and play. Let's go and enjoy it."
- Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): L W L L W
- Last Result: Manchester United 0-1 Sunderland
- Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): L D L W W
- Last Result: Aston Villa 3-1 Hull City
- Injured: Wayne Rooney (groin), Jonny Evans (unspecified)
- Doubtful: N/A
- Suspended: N/A
Probable Lineup: De Gea; Jones, Vidic, Ferdinand, Evra; Carrick, Fletcher; Valencia, Mata, Young; Van Persie
- Injured: James Chester (hamstring), Sone Aluko (ankle), Allan McGregor (kidney), Paul McShane (ankle), Robbie Brady (groin)
- Doubtful: N/A
- Suspended: N/A
Probable Lineup: Harper; Rosenior, Bruce, Faye, Dudgeon; Elmohamady, Quinn, Livermore, Boyd; Sagbo, Jelavic