Friday, 13 December 2013

Hull V Stoke live Stream Premier League– Preview 14th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 14th December 2013,One of the important match Hull V Stoke of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, Hull V Stoke streaming is available here Hull V Stoke Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at KC Stadium 12/14/13 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 Stoke Live Stream Hull V Stoke,Hull V Stoke online free, Hull V Stoke Live High Quality Streaming video.Hull V Stoke at KC Stadium Saturday 14th December 2013, kick-off 17:30 (GMT). Steve Bruce has no fresh injury concerns for the visit of Stoke City.Sone Aluko and Stephen Quinn remain sidelined with Achilles and hamstring injuries respectively, but otherwise Bruce has a fully-fit squad.Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic suffered a thigh injury in training, leaving Thomas Sorensen poised for a first league start since May 2012. Erik Peters is available after a groin injury, while Matthew Etherington is training again but is not match fit.
After a recent run of good results, both these sides will go into this fixture with an overall feeling of positivity and self-belief.
Hull's conquest of Liverpool will doubtless have instilled an overriding assurance that they can beat anyone at home, while their draw at Swansea on Monday contained enough plusses to suggest they have adapted well to life in the top division. Their defeat at the Emirates sandwiched inbetween offered more evidence of Arsenal's quality, rather than any Hull deficiencies.Stoke, meanwhile, are exhibiting their best form since Mark Hughes took over at the Britannia - their wonderful win against Chelsea extended their run to just one defeat in six.
And, like Saturday's opponents, it ensured that their points haul is greater than the number of games they've played - always an excellent yardstick by which to measure whether a side is on course to stay up.
Hughes has certainly begun to meet the demand to alter his new team's style of play, but his next challenge is to improve their away form - something that has consistently hampered Stoke since their arrival in the Premier League.
Last season, for example, they managed just two league victories away from the home comforts of the Potteries, scoring just 13 goals in the process. That disappointing characteristic remains - they've won just one of their seven league away days this time round, scoring just seven goals.
Improving this record won't be easy though as Hull have only lost once at home this campaign (albeit to struggling Crystal Palace) and had already defeated Norwich, Sunderland and West Ham prior to their stunning Liverpool performance.
Interestingly, four of the last seven league meetings between the two clubs have ended in 1-1 draws, a scoreline which doesn't seem inconceivable when considering their similar records so far this campaign.

Hull's 2-1 victory in their last home clash with Stoke in November 2009 was their first in five attempts on home soil (W1, D1, L3).
Stoke won the last meeting between the sides in April 2010, Ricardo Fuller and Liam Lawrence the scorers.

Hull City
Hull have only lost once at home this season, against Crystal Palace on 23 November (W4, D2, L1).
Only Manchester City (two) have conceded fewer league goals at home this season than Hull (three).
After three wins in their opening six Premier League games, Hull have won two of their last nine.
The Tigers have only scored more than once in three of their 18 games in all competitions.
Danny Graham ended a run of 28 goalless Premier League games against former club Swansea on Monday. Graham had gone 1,626 minutes without a goal.

Stoke City
Stoke have won two of their last four league fixtures, having previously been winless in eight games.
They have fewer points after 15 games (17) than in any of their previous five Premier League campaigns.
Their 15 league goals this season have been shared among 11 different scorers.
Only Crystal Palace and Sunderland have earned fewer away points this season than Stoke (four). The Potters' only away win was back in August, at West Ham.
After 36 consecutive games without a Premier League goal, Stephen Ireland has scored twice in his last three appearances. 
Competition: Premier League
Hull V Stoke
Date: Saturday 14th December 2013
Kickoff: 17:30 GMT
Venue: KC Stadium
Live/Repeat: Live

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