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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 7:20 pm

Saturday 6th May
KO 15.00
KCOM Stadium, West Park, Hull HU3 6HU


Probably a little to soon for many but its our next game and we may be down but with Hull and Swansea to play we could have a big say on who comes with us.


We go into the game pressure free and loot's of questions...



  1. Do we play our first team or the basis of nest seasons first team?
  2. Kone did OK today but just OK, right from the warm up he was disinterested, is it Pappy time?
  3. Defoe or one of the kids?
  4. Midfield?



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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 7:30 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Saturday 6th May
KO 15.00
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Probably a little to soon for many but its our next game and we may be down but with Hull and Swansea to play we could have a big say on who comes with us.


We go into the game pressure free and loot's of questions...



  1. Do we play our first team or the basis of nest seasons first team?
  2. Kone did OK today but just OK, right from the warm up he was disinterested, is it Pappy time?
  3. Defoe or one of the kids?
  4. Midfield?

Would keep the kids out until after the U23 final on May 17th. Don't want to wreck one of the few bright spots from our season!

Kone was at fault for their goal today according to radio commentary and as you say is totally disinterested, so maybe Papy should start. 

Would keep Defoe in now as well as, again, now the pressure is off maybe he will get back his shooting boots. Working together with Anichebe at least produced chances.

It sounded like Honeyman did okay, so is it time for him to start?
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Re: HULL CITY V SUNDERLAND--Match Day Thread

Post  gil t azell on 2017-04-29, 7:39 pm

Play the ones who will be here such as the U23s. plus N'dong, Picks etc.

Drop JD, Borini, Kone, the Everton contingent and a few others.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-01, 9:56 pm

Well I'm looking forward to seeing the team selection and what sort of a reaction we get.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-03, 3:24 pm

Will Moyes still be our manager at kick off?

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-05-03, 9:05 pm

These b*stards will probably lose deliberately to leave Hull safe so we have to travel to Swansea next season.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-05, 1:36 pm

Rodwell, Denayer, Jones all available after injury. Larsson back from suspension. Pienaar (ankle) a doubt. Cattermole and Gibson out

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-05, 9:53 pm

My guess at team is...

PICKFORD
JONES  KONE  OSHEA  OVIADO
NDONG  DENYAR  LARSSON
KHAZRI  DEFOE  ANCHEBE

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-05-05, 10:06 pm

cyprussyd wrote:My guess at team is...

PICKFORD
JONES  KONE  OSHEA  OVIADO
NDONG  DENYAR  LARSSON
KHAZRI  DEFOE  ANCHEBE
Is Oviedo fit? Thought he was out for the season? Surprised  So Manquillo in for him maybe? And I would  play 4-4-2

               Pickford
Jones Kone OShea Manquillo
Larsson N'dong Denayer Khazri
         Defoe Anichebe
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Re: HULL CITY V SUNDERLAND--Match Day Thread

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 11:19 am

TEAM NEWS


There are no new injury concerns for fourth-bottom Hull ahead of Saturday's match against Sunderland.
Dieumerci Mbokani could return after two games out with a hamstring problem, while Omar Elabdellaoui has overcome a back injury but is short of fitness.
Midfielder Sebastian Larsson is available for Sunderland after completing a three-match suspension.
Billy Jones, Jason Denayer, Jack Rodwell, Darron Gibson and Lee Cattermole are all fitness doubts.





MOTD COMMENTATOR'S NOTES


Guy Mowbray: "Hull this week, Swansea next. Sunderland might be down already but they could play a big part in who goes with them.
"After the furore surrounding Championship play-off hopefuls Huddersfield's [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]team selection last week, David Moyes' plans for the remaining games will be interesting.
"Wouldn't Sunderland's best interests be served by a line-up of those players most likely to still be at the club next season? Moyes says he [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]will be.
"Hull must simply do what they've done in six of the seven Premier League home games under Marco Silva. They must win. They MUST win - before watching Swansea versus Everton, cheering the Toffees.
"If they get the points to keep them in the top flight, keeping Silva would then be the challenge."
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WHAT THE MANAGERS SAY


Hull City head coach Marco Silva on reports linking him with other Premier League clubs: "For me nothing has changed. It is normal that it (speculation) will start now but we will never lose our focus and we have one goal in mind.
"I see my future today and tomorrow to prepare the team and I am focused on playing well and winning next Saturday. This is what is important - not what happens in two months.
"I prepare one day then the next day and the next game, and this is my way."
Sunderland manager David Moyes on his future: "I've got a four-year contract and I'll be Sunderland manager next season.
"I know what needs to be done to get back in the Premier League and I know what the requirements are to do that.
"I met with Martin (Bain) and Ellis (Short) this week and we had initial discussions about how we move forward. We will meet again in a few weeks."

LAWRO'S PREDICTION


Hull know their strong home form is crucial to them staying up and they know they cannot afford to drop any points at the KCOM Stadium.
Prediction: 2-0

MATCH FACTS


Head-to-head


  • Sunderland have won seven of the last 11 league meetings but beat Hull for the first time in five attempts with a 3-0 victory in November's reverse fixture.

  • The losing team has failed to score in 23 of the 29 league clashes between Hull and Sunderland.



Hull City


  • Hull have set club Premier League record runs of four consecutive home wins and eight home matches unbeaten.

  • They have taken 19 points from a possible 21 at home since Marco Silva's arrival in January.

  • A third straight clean sheet for the Tigers would be their best defensive run of 2016-17.

  • Silva is unbeaten in 41 league home matches as a manager since Estoril were beaten 1-0 by Rio Ave in the Portuguese league on 30 March 2014 (W34, D7).



Sunderland


  • Relegated Sunderland will have spent 261 days in the bottom three by the end of this campaign.

  • The Wearsiders are aiming to do a league double over a Premier League rival for the first time this season.

  • Victor Anichebe has not scored in 12 league games since his two-goal haul against Hull at the KCOM Stadium in November.

  • Jermain Defoe has scored four times in five Premier League matches against the Tigers.









[th]SAM's verdict[/th]
Most probable score: 1-1Probability of draw: 27%
Probability of home win: 48%Probability of away win: 25%
SAM (Sports Analytics Machine) is a super-computer created by @ProfIanMcHale at the University of Salford that is used to predict the outcome of football matches

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Post  Silvers on 2017-05-06, 11:45 am

Wiil we ?  Can we ?  Score ?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 11:58 am

silvers wrote:Wiil we ?  Can we ?  Score ?

Shocked

If we do, it may snow today....
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 12:05 pm

Win/win for me today.

Win or even draw and I am happy, always like to see us do well.

Lose or play badly, it confirms who we need shot of.

I will be watching live whatever on Vip/box stream

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Post  Silvers on 2017-05-06, 12:10 pm

Do you have a tiger in your tank ?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 12:11 pm

silvers wrote:Do you have a tiger in your tank ?

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-05-06, 12:12 pm

Slightly underwhelmed for this fixture, generally I enjoy the Hull games, as I went to University there which gives me an interest.

I hope we manage to score, as goals seem hard to come by lately, I only ever watch sky replays if we win so heres hoping we do win 

Really what has my interest now, is Moyes yes or no, ownership and funds available for a rebuild. The feeling of moribundity has left now I want to start to look forward to next season and just forget this one.
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Post  MrRAWhite on 2017-05-06, 12:13 pm

Who knows..With the pressure off he may go on the offensive and show what we can do..

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 2:01 pm

Team News


There's three changes to the starting XI, any predictions?



Jordan Pickford
16John O'Shea
2Billy Jones
23Lamine Koné
21Javier Manquillo
4Jason Denayer
39George Honeyman
17Didier Ndong
18Jermain Defoe
28Victor Anichebe
9Fabio Borini
Substitutes
22Donald Love7Sebastian Larsson1Vito Mannone8Jack Rodwell10Wahbi Khazri5Papy Djilobodji46Lynden Gooch



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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 2:28 pm

Very good NBC stream from Vipbox

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-05-06, 2:55 pm

From BBC Live Text just now and have to agree with him. I wish Moyes had gone for this lad from his old guard. I am sure he would have come and done a decent job for us. Better than Gibson IMO.


'Moyes put pressure on his players'

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David Moyes came in and immediately announced Sunderland were in a relegation battle right form the start. That put pressure on his players and forced them into a basement battle. To be honest, it was probably too soon in the season to be saying that if you're the manager.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 3:38 pm

A typical end of season mid table game with nothing to play for.

Except it isn't..

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-06, 3:47 pm

HT, nodding off

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cyprussyd wrote:HT, nodding off
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