Friday, 22 November 2013

Watch Hull v Crystal Palace live Stream Premier League Preview 23 Nov,2013

Match Preview: Saturday, 23 Nov 2013, One of the important match Hull v Crystal Palace of Premier League HD Quality Live Hull v Crystal Palace streaming is available here Hull v Crystal Palace Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at KC Stadium on 11/23/13 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 Crystal Palace  Live Stream Hull v Crystal Palace, Hull v Crystal Palace online free, Hull v Crystal Palace  live stream video.Hull v Crystal Palace at KC Stadium on Saturday, 23 Nov 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT).Hull goalkeeper Allan McGregor is expected to return after making a quicker than expected recovery from his thigh injury.Robbie Brady and Robert Koren are also available after injury, but Stephen Quinn is out after picking up a hamstring injury on international duty.
Crystal Palace have been boosted by the news that Jonny Williams is fit again.
Adlene Guedioura remains out with the fractured ribs and partly collapsed lung he suffered earlier this month.
With Tony Pulis reportedly waiting in the wings, Crystal Palace will again be under the caretaker manager Keith Millen for this one. It's a month now since the resignation of Ian Holloway, and the ponderous search for his permanent successor could be significant come the end of the season.
Three games have brought one point and no goals. Ground has been lost. True, the goalless draw at home to Everton last time out ended a run of seven successive defeats, but Palace are in danger of losing touch with their fellow strugglers having sunk six points adrift of safety at the foot of the table.
A fresh injection of ideas, enthusiasm and good old Premier League nous is needed now before it's too late.
It's a former Palace boss that's standing in their way this weekend. Twelve years ago, Steve Bruce controversially quit his post at Selhurst Park after just five months in charge. It was a bitter dispute, but he decided his ambitions were better served at Birmingham City and so it proved as he guided them to promotion that season.
Now he's done the same at Hull City and he will be thrilled by their promising start in the Premier League. Comfortably mid-table, 11 of their 14 points have been collected at the KC Stadium and Bruce will appreciate the importance of extending that excellence at home if they're to steer clear of trouble.
Although goals have been in short supply, sensible summer recruitment has provided the team with a strong spine. Curtis Davies, Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone have added quality.
A win will be enough to push Hull in to the top 10, but history prompts a little caution with just one victory over Palace enjoyed in their last 13 meetings.
A year ago on Humberside it ended 0-0 in the Championship. A repeat of that scoreline would guarantee last place on the Match of the Day running order but would probably be warmly received in SE25.

In the last meeting between these sides, veteran striker Kevin Phillips scored a hat-trick for Palace in a 4-2 Championship win in March 2013.
The two sides have given away seven penalties this season in the league - Crystal Palace four and Hull three.

Hull City
There have only been five goals scored in the five league matches played at the KC Stadium this season.The Tigers have conceded just one goal at home.
Hull are one of only five teams still unbeaten at home this season in the Premier League.

Crystal Palace
They are the only side in the top flight yet to pick up a point away from home this season.
Palace have not won any of their last 18 Premier League away matches since a 1-0 victory at Birmingham City in October 2004.
They have failed to register a single shot on target in two Premier League games this season (v Manchester United and Southampton). No other side has suffered this fate. 

Competition: Premier League
Hull v Crystal Palace                                     
Date: Saturday, 23 Nov 2013
Kickoff:15:00 BST
Venue: KC Stadium
Live/Repeat: Live

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