The game will be broadcast on radio at ITV 1 and UTV in the United Kingdom.
The game will also air on Fox Soccer Plus and Fox Deportes in the United States.
Live stream is available on Fox Soccer 2Go.
Hull City will be without the services of Robbie Brady (groin) for the rest of the season, Paul McShane, who under went an ankle surgery this week, and Joe Dudgeon (knee).
Hull’s new January signings Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic are unavailable as they are cup-tied.
Sunderland midfielder Liam Bridcutt is set to return to the squad after being cup tied in the League Cup fixture against Manchester City. Goalkeeper Kieren Westwood is still sidelined with a shoulder problem.
Hull might seat 6 spots above Sunderland in the league, but translating league consistency to cup form is not so straightforward.
Steve Bruce, Hull boss and former Sunderland player, has not brought Hull pass the quarterfinals in his tenure, and he is also without the services of strikers Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic.
While Gus Poyet’s Sunderland lost their League Cup final match against Manchester City, they played excellently for most part, and might just have enough firepower in on-loan Liverpool forward Fabio Borini to return to Wembley.