Saturday, 30 November 2013

Hull V Liverpool live Stream Premier League – Preview 1st Dec 2013

Match Preview: Sunday 1st Dec 2013, One of the important match Hull V Liverpool of Premier League HD Quality Live Hull V Liverpool  streaming is available here Hull V Liverpool  Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at KC Stadium 12/01/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Hull V Liverpool Live Stream Hull V Liverpool ,Hull V Liverpool online free,Hull V Liverpool live stream video.Hull V Liverpool at KC Stadium Sunday 1st Dec 2013, kick-off 14:05 (GMT). Steve Bruce will choose between Abdoulaye Faye or Alex Bruce to replace injured defender Paul McShane. Curtis Davies should start despite a minor shin problem and James Chester will be among the substitutes after two months out.
Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge is expected to miss the game with a sprained ankle.
Manager Brendan Rodgers is set to keep faith with Jon Flanagan at left-back in the continued absence of Jose Enrique.
These two clubs haven't met in the top flight since the final day of the 2009-10 season. I was commentating that day for Match of the Day and an awful lot has changed since then.
No-one recalls the uneventful 0-0 draw, but Hull had Iain Dowie in charge as they waved goodbye to the Premier League and I remember sensing after talking to Rafa Benitez afterwards he was at the end of the road.
Steve Bruce had just led Sunderland to 13th; Brendan Rodgers hadn't even begun his Swansea adventure. Now, both have made solid starts in their respective roles this season.
The Liverpool manager has lost just twice, and will be hoping for a more sedate afternoon than last weekend's Merseyside derby.
With the exception of their Southampton defeat, Liverpool have won every game at Anfield, giving them the foundation for a top-four charge. Results on the road could determine whether they get there and I've witnessed both ends of the spectrum. Their win at Sunderland showed a real spirit and clinical side, but they fell well short in defeat at Arsenal.
When they've won there's been a common theme. If Hull can stop Suarez - and Sturridge if he is passed fit - they may be able to stop Liverpool. Having the SAS come to town when you've lost four of your last five games is hardly ideal for Hull.
After an encouraging start, their quest to stay in the division could come down to goals. It's just nine so far and three of those came in the impressive win at Newcastle. Robbie Brady has scored three but with Sone Aluko out injured, and Danny Graham now 28 games without a goal, you feel a new face in January could be required.
Hull have proved they can upset the odds on their day, but Liverpool know this is the type of fixture they need to win if Champions League football is to become a reality.

Hull have never beaten Liverpool in 16 attempts (D4, L12).
The Tigers have drawn two of the four Premier League meetings (D2, L2).

Hull suffered their first home league defeat of the season against Crystal Palace last Saturday.
Only six goals have been scored in Hull's six Premier League home matches this season. The hosts have kept four clean sheets.
Only Sunderland and Crystal Palace have scored fewer goals than Hull's tally of nine.
Hull have only scored three times in the league since 28 September; twice through Yannick Sagbo and once courtesy of an own goal.

Liverpool average two goals per match this season - double that of Hull.
Ten of the 13 goals the Reds have conceded in the league have come on their travels.
Liverpool have won all six games this season against bottom-half opposition.
Three quarters of Liverpool's goals this season have come in the first half (18 of 24).
Luis Suarez has scored nine goals in seven league appearances this season. Daniel Sturridge has nine from 12 league games.
Steven Gerrard has scored three goals in three Premier League appearances against Hull.

Liverpool have only kept one clean sheet since they beat Manchester United 1-0 on 1 September but I would back them to get one here and, with Luis Suarez in the form he is in, they will not be short of chances at the other end.
Lawro's prediction: 0-2
McGowan's prediction: 0-2

Competition: Premier League 
Hull V Liverpool                                                                    
Date: Sunday, 1st Dec 2013
Kickoff: 14:05 GMT
Venue:KC Stadium                                
Live/Repeat: Live

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