Artur Boruc of Bournemouth (Getty Images)
That won't be an easy task however. AFC Bournemouth are really beginning to look like an established Premier League club now. The Cherries consolidated in their first ever season at the top table of English football last term and now they're looking to do the same and their current position of ninth suggests they have nothing to worry about in terms of relegation this term.
That said, Eddie Howe will have been disappointed with some of his side's recent performances, particularly on the road as they've gone down in defeats to the likes of Burnley and Middlesbrough in the league and League One side Millwall in the FA Cup last weekend. He'll be hoping his side show their true potential in this clash and can pick up another win at 7/5 with William Hill
With the home advantage, we can see Hull putting in another big performance in this game. The Tigers have performed well but been unlucky against some of the better teams in the league in recent weeks and although the Cherries are well clear of their Saturday opponents in the league table, they have lost four of their last five away games in all competitions.
It's on home turf where Bournemouth tend to excel and this arduous trip to the North East could prove to be difficult, particularly as Hull look to build on a terrific first competitive victory for Silva in his first game last week. There won't be much in it, but we can see the Tigers grinding out what would be a vital one goal victory at odds of 3/1 with