Hull City host Everton on the Friday Night Football this week.
The match comes from the KCOM Stadium and will be shown live on Sky Sports 1.
Hull claimed a 2-0 when the sides last met here two seasons ago thanks to goals by Ahmed Elmohamady and former Blue, Nikica Jelavic, but Hull have found wins hard to come by so far this term on their return to the top flight.
There has never been a goalless draw in the 21 competitive meetings between the clubs.
Coverage starts at 7.00pm on Sky Sports 1 with live streaming on Now TV and Sky Go. Kick-off 8.00pm
BT Sport will air Manchester City’s visit to Liverpool on Saturday evening, while Sky Sports will show Watford v Tottenham (1.30pm) and Arsenal host Crystal Palace (4.00pm) on Sunday 1 January 2017.
On Monday 2nd January, Sky Sports 1 will air Middlesbrough v Leicester City (12.30pm) followed by West Ham United v Manchester United (5.15pm)
The final televised game of the festive period comes on Tuesday 3rd January as Bournemouth host Arsenal on Sky Sports 1 (7.45pm)
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