Tigers will find it tough to maul Clarets
Burnley's dreadful away results this season (no wins one draw and ten defeats) are a running sore but they look overpriced to defeat Hull at the KCom Stadium.
There wasn't much wrong with Burnley's performance in a 2-1 loss at Watford earlier this month (they played most of the match with ten men) and they face an easier task against the Tigers, who remain in the thick of the relegation battle.
Hull are playing some nice football under Marco Silva but could be second best to Sean Dyche's streetwise side.
1pt 29-10 bet365
Evandro (calf) has joined Michael Dawson, Curtis Davies, Markus Henriksen, Ryan Mason, Moses Odubajo and Will Keane on the sidelines. Abel Hernandez (hamstring) is available but Sam Clucas is suspended.
Jeff Hendrick continues his suspension and Dean Marney, Johan Gudmundsson and Steven Defour are injured.
Hull have failed to score in three of their last four Premier League games.