No team lineups have been published for this match yet. Team lineups are generally announced in the hour leading up to kick off. In the meantime, here's how the teams lined up in their previous fixtures:
Hull haven\'t scored in any of their last four matches against United - their last scorer was Matty Fryatt in a Premier League clash in May 2014.
Man Utd have won 12 and lost none of their last 13 matches against Hull City in all competitions (D1).
26 of the 27 previous occasions of a side losing a League Cup semi-final first leg by two or more goals have resulted in that side going out - the exception was Aston Villa in 1993/94, who lost 3-1 to Tranmere Rovers in the first leg before winning the second leg 3-1 and triumphing 5-4 on penalties.
Manchester United have progressed to the final on each of the three previous occasions they have won the first leg of a League Cup semi-final, doing so in 1982/83 against Arsenal, 1990/91 against Leeds United and 1993/94 against Sheffield Wednesday.
The Tigers are unbeaten in their last six home League Cup matches (W3 D3), scoring exactly once in each match.
The Red Devils have lost four of their last five away League Cup matches against Premier League opposition (W1), most recently losing 2-1 to Sunderland in January 2014.
United have never lost a match at the KCOM Stadium, winning four and drawing one in five previous Premier League clashes there. Their last away defeat to Hull came in November 1974 at Boothferry Park in a Second Division match under the management of Tommy Docherty.
The only two teams Hull have played more often than Man United (5) at the KCOM without winning are Arsenal and Chelsea (both six games).
Wayne Rooney has had a hand in five goals in his last four appearances at the KCOM Stadium for Man United (two goals, three assists).
Man Utd have won nine of their last 10 League Cup semi-final second leg matches, with their only defeat in this time coming against Chelsea in 2004/05.