WHO Poll
Q: 2014/15 Hull City Tigers (a)
a. After two weeks off we'll be wanting to correct our last result, Win
27%
  
b. It's a tough place to go these days, Draw
31%
  
c. We'll be hoofing it to CFC, who'll miscontrol it and give it straight back, Lose
32%
  
d. It's not the players who need a shrink you fat oaf, look a little closer to home.
8%
  
e. Monday Night on TV you say, hmm so is Corrie and Eastenders and I do love my soaps, I'll pass
3%
  


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Hull v West Ham - Official Match Thread 2-2 FT
charleyfarley 15 Sep 2014

HULL CITY V WEST HAM UNITED
BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE
KC STADIUM
MONDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2014
KICK-OFF: 8PM
REFEREE: MARTIN ATKINSON

HULL
• Diame is expected to play, Abel Hernandez is still awaiting work permit clearance
• Hatem Ben Arfa and Gaston Ramirez might be eased in due to a lack of match fitness.
• James Chester is back from suspension, but Andrew Robertson is battling a calf injury.

WEST HAM
• Carroll (ankle), Jarvis (thigh) and Carl Jenkinson (hamstring) remain sidelined
• James Collins, Alex Song and Morgan Amalfitano are all available.

MARATHON BET
• Hull 29/25: Draw 47/20 : West Ham 59/20

REFEREE
• Atkinson assisted by M Mullarkey, S Child & 4th official L Mason

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WEATHER
• Cloudy, dry day on Humberside, with temperatures at kick-off of 16C (59F)


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SUBS: Jaaskelainen, Jenkinson, Collins, Song, Vaz Te, Amalfitano, Cole



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Posted 15 Sep 2014
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