Fortunately for the English, the left-back is out injured and as a result will play no part in tomorrow's derby.
Not just a hero in a Tigers shirt, Snodgrass has been lighting up the international stage, since his return to the Scotland squad in March 2016.
His introduction to the national side came in 2011, whilst the winger was playing for Leeds, but perhaps his greatest moment came in September, scoring a hat-trick on his return to competitive international football in a 5-1 win against Malta, contributing to his total of six international goals.
After turning the game on its head on Sunday, Snodgrass is in the frame to line up against England at Wembley tomorrow night.
With England hosting Scotland this week and two Hull City players set to start for the visitors at Wembley, we've cast our minds back to some City international players of the past and present.
The Tigers may not have been able to boast a regular England international while playing for the club, but they've not been short of players who have pulled on their national jersey while shining for City.
The defender impressed during his time in East Yorkshire, winning the club's player of the season for the 2000-01 season before being released in 2002.After moving back home, Goodison was brought back to English football by former City manager Brian Little with Tranmere Rovers, where he went on to make 366 league appearances.Here's a collection of some of the City players who starred for club and country in the recent past.Jamaica's most capped player of all time, Goodison joined Hull City in 1999 as one of two Reggae Boyz brought over from the Caribbean by Warren Joyce.With most of his international caps coming during his time with the Tigers, when he fell out of the Hull City squad, opportunities for his country dried up, making his final appearance on the international stage in 2007.Without a shadow of a doubt, the highlight of the 22-year-old's short international career so far will be scoring in a 3-1 loss against the auld enemy at Celtic Park in November 2014.