Pearson unlikely to rotate Tigers

Hull boss Nigel Pearson is unlikely to make many changes for the Carling Cup second-round trip to Brentford on Tuesday evening.

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Pearson will more than likely stick to the side who failed to take their chances in a forgettable 0-0 draw with Watford on Saturday.

New signing Robert Koren looks set to keep his place after creating Hull's best chances in last weekend's Championship clash.

The midfielder went close to netting his first goal from three long-range shots as Hull failed to break down Watford.

Midfielder Craig Fagan is likely to miss out as he battles to recover from a groin strain and James Harper is also ruled out with a fractured metatarsal.

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