• Burnley winger Robbie Brady.

Burnley winger Robbie Brady. (Photo : Getty Images)

Newly-promoted squads Hull City AFC (5-15-5, 20 points) and Burnley FC (9-13-3, 30 points) are scheduled to clash at the KCOM Stadium on Feb. 25, Saturday as the 2016-2017 Premier League season continues.

Start Time and Streaming Info

The game starts at 10:00 a.m. ET. It can be viewed live online thru FuboTV.

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Hull City has been fighting off relegation all season so far and is still settled in the 18th spot of the 20-team English top flight table, within the bottom three relegation zone. The team has been winless in four of their last six outings, including three losses and a draw. They are only one point ahead of fellow bottom three teams Crystal Palace and Sunderland.

A 10-man Tigers squad is coming off a 0-2 beating at the hands of title contenders Arsenal FC on the road at the Emirates Stadium on Feb. 11, as per the Telegraph.

Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez unleashed a brace during the match, opening the scoring in the 34th minute with a controversial goal that reportedly hits his hand before touching the back of the net. Sanchez then sealed the game with a penalty kick in stoppage time after a deliberate hand ball by Hull City midfielder Sam Clucas.

The loss snapped a two-game unbeaten run for head coach Marco Silva's squad.

Meanwhile, Burnley was able to hold current league leaders Chelsea to a 1-1 draw at their home ground of Turf Moor during their most recent Premier League game on Feb. 12, BBC Sport reported.

Chelsea forward Pedro opened the scoring right in the seventh minute of the match with a long-range shot from a pass by Nigerian midfielder Victor Moses.

However, head coach Sean Dyche's side responded quickly with a 24th-minute strike by newly-signed Irish winger Robbie Brady, who buried a 25-yard left-footer to redeem himself from some mistakes he made earlier in the game.

The Clarets have been inconsistent in their last six outings, winning two, losing three, and finally settling to a tie in their most recent match. They are 12th in the standings at the moment, 10 points ahead of Hull City.

Prediction and Predicted Lineup

The predicted result is a 2-1 win for Burnley.

Hull City starting lineup (4-1-4-1 formation): Jakupovic; Elabdellaoui, Ranocchia, Maguire, Robertson; Huddlestone; Markovic, N'Diaye, Elmohamady, Grosicki; Niasse

Burnley starting lineup (4-4-2 formation): Heaton; Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward; Boyd, Barton, Westwood, Brady; Gray, Barnes