Manchester United managed to get a aggregate 3 – 2 win again Hull City after its 1 – 2 match at KC Stadium.
Manchester United have won nine of their past 10 League Cup semi-final second leg matches, with their only defeat in this time coming against Chelsea in 2004-05.
Hull haven’t scored in any of their past four matches against United – their last scorer was Matty Fryatt in a Premier League clash in May 2014.
The Tigers are unbeaten in their past six home League Cup matches (won three, drawn three), scoring once in each match.
United have crawled into the EFL Cup final, where they will have to perform much better to beat Southampton. Hull, meanwhile, can take great heart from a strong display by a much-changed team. They’re improving under Marco Silva.
United substitution: Fellaini on, Rashford off. The big Belgian will go straight in as an auxiliary centreback, no doubt.