In a sentence: A Yorkshire derby always gets the juices flowing, but right now both teams need points to kick-start their 2018 as the duel in the White Rose county commences.
Last time: An entertaining 2-2 draw was played out the last time Leeds travelled along the M62 to the KCOM in April 2016. Two goals in first half injury time put Hull 2-1 up at the break, before Stuart Dallas rescued a late point for the Whites after Chris Wood missed a chance to level things up in the 54th minute.
This time: Hull are 11/10 to win, with Leeds at 5/2 and the draw 23/10.
You might remember: In February 2011, with Leeds hogging mid-table in the Championship and seemingly heading nowhere, it was no surprise to see the Whites go 2-0 down at Hull after just 40 minutes. However, Leeds came out in the second half with renewed vigour and goals from Robert Snodgrass and forgotten man Davide Somma ensured they performed another rescue act to steal a point.