Monday, October 19, 2009

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October 19, 2009

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Day 9 Craven Cottage

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Hull City re-visit the scene of their last away win as they travel to Craven Cottage to meet a Fulham side who have lost two out of three at home.

Fulham team news

Fulham manager Roy Hodgson has almost a full squad available for the encounter.

Kagisho Dikgacoi will be suspended for Monday’s fixture after being sent off in Fulham’s 2-2 draw with West Ham United.

Long-term absentees Toni Kallio (Achilles) and Simon Davies (foot) will miss out, although Hodgson is confident Davies will be available for next week’s Europa League match against Roma.

Hull City team news

Hull record signing Jimmy Bullard is poised to make his long-awaited comeback in the Barclays Premier League match away to his old club Fulham.

The £5m midfielder could play some part at Craven Cottage on Monday, almost nine months after suffering a serious knee injury on his Tigers debut.

Defender Anthony Gardner, who has been out since August with a knee problem, could also come into contention after playing 45 minutes in a reserves friendly this week.

Hull’s squad is now nearing full strength – although USA striker Jozy Altidore will not return from international duty until Saturday. Ian Ashbee (knee) is the only major long-term absentee, with Richard Garcia (knee) close to a return.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur live streaming

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur live streaming

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur

Wednesday August 19, 2009
Kick off: 19:45
Day 2 KC Stadium

Countdown: Today - 19:45

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur Match facts

Facts and stats as Hull host Tottenham in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
Hull City's Michael Turner equalises against Tottenham Hotspur - 0

Both games between these teams last season ended as away wins.

Hull took 63 per cent of their 2008-09 Premier League wins against London sides.

Hull picked up only 14 points from 19 home games in 2008-09 and would have finished bottom by seven points if only home matches had counted.

Hull have picked up just eight league points in 2009, fewer than any other Premier League team.

Spurs lost three of their last four Premier League away matches of 2008-09, drawing the other.

Phil Brown's side have conceded before half-time in their last eight league matches.

The Tigers have not scored more than once in a match since January 31 - 15 league games ago.

The last time Spurs won their opening league fixture was in 2005, a season when they went on to finish fifth and two points off fourth spot.

In the opening-day win over Liverpool Spurs defenders Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Sebastien Bassong scored their first Premier League goals - last season Spurs' defenders hit just three goals all season.

Spurs attempted just five crosses against Liverpool, fewer than any other Premier League side in their opening games this season.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Chelsea vs Hull City live online

Chelsea vs Hull City live online

Saturday August 15, 2009

Kick off: 12:45

1st Day

Chelsea’s last 5 results

* Community Shield

Sunday August 9, 2009

Manchester United 2 – 2 Chelsea

Friendly Match

Saturday August 1, 2009

Reading 2 – 2 Chelsea

Friendly Match

Monday July 27, 2009

Chelsea 2 Р0 Club Am̩rica

Friendly Match

Saturday July 25, 2009

Milan 1 – 2 Chelsea

Friendly Match

Wednesday July 22, 2009

Chelsea 2 – 0 Internazionale

Hull City’s last 5 results


Friendly Match

Friday July 31, 2009

Hull City 0 – 3 Tottenham Hotspur

Friendly Match

Wednesday July 29, 2009

Hull City 1 – 1 Beijing Guo’an

Friendly Match

Saturday July 25, 2009

Sheffield Wednesday 0 – 0 Hull City

Friendly Match

Tuesday July 21, 2009

Carlisle United 1 – 2 Hull City

Friendly Match

Sunday July 19, 2009

Winterton Rangers 0 – 3 Hull City

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Hull City v Sheffield United Live Streaming, Sopcast Links

Hull City v Sheffield United

Thursday February 26, 2009 Kick off: 19:45 Round 5

Countdown: Today - 19:45

Hull City’s last 5 results


Premier League

Monday February 23, 2009

Hull City 1 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur

FA Cup

Saturday February 14, 2009

Sheffield United 1 - 1 Hull City

Premier League

Saturday February 7, 2009

Chelsea 0 - 0 Hull City

Premier League

Saturday January 31, 2009

Hull City 2 - 2 West Bromwich

Premier League

Wednesday January 28, 2009

West Ham 2 - 0 Hull City

Sheffield United’s last 5 results

  • Championship

    Saturday February 21, 2009

    Plymouth Argyle 2 - 2 Sheffield United

  • FA Cup

    Saturday February 14, 2009

    Sheffield United 1 - 1 Hull City

  • Championship

    Saturday February 7, 2009

    Sheffield United 1 - 2 Sheffield Wednesday

  • Championship

    Tuesday February 3, 2009

    Southampton 1 - 2 Sheffield United

  • Championship

    Saturday January 31, 2009

    Preston North End 0 - 0 Sheffield United

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Hull City v Tottenham preview

Hull City will be looking to halt their slide down the Premier League table when they entertain fellow strugglers Tottenham on Monday evening.

The Tigers have not won since beating Middlesbrough 2-1 in early December and they have been dragged back into the relegation battle.

However, they fought hard to hold Chelsea to a goalless draw in their last league outing, a result that led to the sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Phil Brown will now want his men to build on their performance at Stamford Bridge and pick up a victory that will put them nine points clear of the bottom three.

Hull must get through the rest of the season without Jimmy Bullard after the midfielder was ruled out with a serious knee injury.

Striker Craig Fagan is also set to be sidelined for a couple of games following minor surgery on his knee.

Striker Daniel Cousin is available against Spurs after recovering from his own minor knee operation while captain Ian Ashbee has overcome a calf problem.

Kevin Kilbane returns after being ineligible for last week's FA Cup tie against Sheffield United, but midfielder Ryan France (thigh) is doubtful.

Matt Duke is set to be restored in goal ahead of Boaz Myhill.

Trio back for Spurs

It is the start of a potentially season-defining week for Tottenham with the second leg of their Uefa Cup tie against Shakhtar Donetsk on Thursday and the Carling Cup final to follow on Sunday.

The clash at the KC Stadium is arguably the most important of the three and Harry Redknapp does not want his men to look ahead to the trip to Wembley just yet.

Spurs are just two points above the drop zone and they have developed a habit of conceding costly late goals on their travels that Redknapp will be desperate to stamp out.

Ledley King (hamstring/knee) is expected to be rested and Alan Hutton (foot) and Jermain Defoe (foot) are out but Redknapp will be able to call on a number of players who were cup-tied for the defeat to Shakhtar in Ukraine on Thursday.

Robbie Keane, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Vedran Corluka are all back in the squad and likely to start.

Luka Modric, Jonathan Woodgate, Wilson Palacios and Aaron Lennon were also rested against Shakhtar and come back into contention.

Heurelho Gomes has insisted he is still the club's No.1 goalkeeper but Redknapp may decide to recall winter signing Carlo Cudicini.

Possible starting XIs

Hull City: Duke, Ricketts, Turner, Zayatte, Dawson, Ashbee, Geovanni, Marney, Kilbane, Garcia, Cousin.

Tottenham: Cudicini, Corluka, Woodgate, Dawson, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon, Palacios, Jenas, Modric, Keane, Pavlyuchenko.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur Match Preview

Match Preview :
After an amazing start that included a 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in October, Hull City's season has severely petered out.

They have not won a Barclays Premier League match in 2008, with their last victory coming against Middlesbrough on 6th December.

Spurs have endured six successive away defeats so will be eager to arrest the slump

Tottenham team news

Tottenham trio Robbie Keane, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Vedran Corluka are back in the squad for the Barclays Premier League trip to Hull after being cup-tied for UEFA Cup action this week.

Luka Modric, Jonathan Woodgate, Wilson Palacios, Aaron Lennon and Carlo Cudicini were rested for the defeat to Shakhtar Donetsk but are back in contention.

Ledley King (hamstring/knee) is expected to be rested and Alan Hutton (foot) and Jermain Defoe (foot) are out.


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Tottenham: Gomes, Cudicini, Bale, Gilberto, Gunter, Dawson, Chimbonda, Corluka, Assou-Ekotto, Woodgate, Palacios, Zokora, Bentley, Huddlestone, Lennon, Jenas, Modric, Giovani, Taarabt, O'Hara, Campbell, Pavlyuchenko, Bent, Keane.

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