Shota Arveladze says Hull City must be wary of Bristol City’s front three as they prepare to travel to Ashton Gate for their final away game of the season.
Andreas Weimann, Chris Martin and Antoine Semenyo have scored 37 league goals between them this season, with the Robins sat just two points above the Tigers in the Championship.
“They’re quite direct - their front three have scored 37 goals this season,” said Arveladze.
“They’ve been involved in most of their goals. They’re dynamic and strong which makes them a difficult front three to play against.
“They’re similar to Millwall or Luton (in terms of their attacking play). That’s what we’re going to remind the boys of (heading into the game).”
The Tigers have only won one of their last 23 regular league games at Ashton Gate, but Arveladze views this as a good opportunity for his players to end that run.
“It’s something to change,” added Arveladze.
“I hadn’t heard (about Hull City’s record at Ashton Gate), but it’s an opportunity for us to write new history. We won’t be going thinking about how we haven’t kept a clean sheet there since 1959.
“It’s a good challenge for us to change those statistics.”