Trinity, however, could be without some key figures due to injury as Gregg Smith (groin), Luke Lofts (groin) and Matty Dixon (thigh) are all selection doubts ahead of the 7:30pm kick-off. Speaking ahead of the fixture, Woodhouse said: "I’m really looking forward to tomorrow’s game. After speaking with an old team mate of mine (Andy Dawson) I know they are bringing a really strong squad so I’m expecting a really good test for us and a vital one at this stage of our preparations."
"We will have to juggle a few things around as we are carrying a few knocks in the squad but I am hopeful we can give Hull City a good test and do ourselves justice, which I’m sure we will do."
With Hull City’s league campaign commencing on Saturday against Sunderland in the Carabao Cup, it will be the Tigers’ under-23’s squad making the trip to face the Holy Blues. There is plenty of recent history between the sides with a number of faces who have represented both the Holy Blues and Hull City. A number of familiar faces may re-emerge in the Hull City U-23s side with two loanees from last season, Billy Chadwick and Ahmed Salam both in the academy side whilst Brandon Fleming and Ben Hinchcliffe have also donned the shirts for both sides.
The 500 online tickets that were allocated for both home and visiting supporters have been sold out since Saturday, with 100 tickets held for on-the-gate purchasing. Sales are on a first come and first served basis so arrive early to ensure you do not miss out. Commentary on the game will be live on the Gainsborough Trinity Mixlr account from kick-off at 7:45pm. Coverage of the game is also available on Twitter.
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