Hull City will be hoping to maintain the momentum from their fine opening-day victory in the Carabao Cup against Wigan Athletic.
The Tigers ‘ first home fixture of the new campaign will be a first-round tie against Leam Richardson’s side.
City completed the double over their upcoming opponents in League One last season, and the Latics will be aiming to bounce back from a 2-1 defeat at Sunderland on Saturday.
The early-season cup tie will likely lead to both managers reshuffling their starting elevens, with the Tigers back in action on home turf against QPR on Saturday.
Callum Elder is expected to return at the weekend, while it is expected Ryan Longman, Randell Williams and Sean McLoughlin will all miss the game with coronavirus, though Nathan Baxter and Matt Smith could be handed home debuts.
Here’s all you need to know if you’re hoping to watch the game.
When is Hull City vs Wigan Athletic?
The Tigers will be in action in their Carabao Cup first-round tie on Tuesday evening. Kick-off at the MKM Stadium is at 7.45pm.
Can I get tickets?
Yes, but you will have to be quick to get the best price!
Tickets are priced at £12 for adults, and £6 for concessions. The club has confirmed West Stand blocks W3, W4 and W10, and East Stand blocks E4, E5, E6, E7 and E8 will be open for this fixture.
Phone sales and the online option to collect tickets will close at 5pm on Tuesday, and any tickets brought over the counter tomorrow will cost an addition £3 fee.
Will the game be streamed?
Fans unable to attend do have the option of purchasing an audio match pass from the club’s website but the game will not be steamed live on iFollow or on Sky Sports.
If you can’t get to the game, we’ll have live updates for you in our live blog, so make sure you tune in!