Mallik Wilks scored a brace inside the first 25 minutes to put the Tigers 2 goals ahead. Reece James got one back for the hosts but the 2 goal lead was restored as Jacob Greaves headed the ball in from close range before halftime.
Second half goals from Omar Bogle and substitute James Coppinger brought the score to 3-3 and the points were shared at the Keepmoat Stadium.
On Saturday, Ipswich were held to a goalless draw at Portman Road against promotion rivals, Oxford United. Both sides had multiple chances but could not beat the two goalkeepers to put their team ahead.
The Tigers have no fresh injury concerns from their last game against Doncaster in which Grant McCann used the same side that beat Wigan Athletic 5-0.
Striker, Gwion Edwards, is in line to return to the match day squad for the Tractor Boys.
Ingram; Coyle, Burke, Greaves; Elder; Honeyman, Jones, Docherty; Wilks, Magennis, Lewis-Potter.
Holy; Chambers, Nsiala, Wilson; Kenlock; Bishop, Dozzell; Bennetts, Parrott, Judge; Norwood.
Ones to watch
Hull City - George Honeyman
One of City's key players this season, scoring three goals and 10 assists this season and has been named man of the match six times so far. With great playmaking ability, Honeyman provides Hull with precise passing alongside his troubling set-pieces.
Ipswich Town - Gwion Edwards
Despite just coming back from injury, the 27-year-old winger has had a great season for the Town. The Welshman has scored five times and assisted three goals for his teammates so far this season.
Edwards will be looking to make the difference this Tuesday and despite being injured for periods this season, he holds the biggest threat to the Tigers.
Ipswich Town 0-3 Hull City (24/11/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game available on iFollow and kicks off at 19:00 GMT on Tuesday 23rd February.