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Shogun:


Hull City v Everton FC
KC Stadium
Sunday 11th May 15:00
Premier League Match 38

Hull's last 5 domestic results:

Hull 1-0 Swansea (Boyd)
Hull 0-3 Arsenal
Fulham 2-2 Hull (Jelavic, Long)
Aston Villa 3-1 Hull (O.G.)
Manchester United 3-1 Hull (Fryatt)


Everton's last 5 domestic results:

Sunderland 0-1 Everton (O.G)
Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace (Naismith, Mirallas)
Everton 2-0 Manchester United (Baines Pen, Mirallas)
Southampton 2-0 Everton
Everton 2-3 Manchester City (Barkley, Lukaku)

Hull City
Hull City have been in a comfortable league position for most of the season and were almost certain of safety with a late point away to Fulham which is the only point they have picked up in 3 away matches coming into the final day of the season on the back off 3-1 defeats to Aston Villa and Manchester United. Hull City have won 2 (Swansea, West Brom) and lost 4 {Arsenal, Manchester City, Newcastle, Southampton)of their last 6 home matches in the Premier League. Hull have picked up 7 points from 8 home matches in 2014 which is the worst in the division.


The reason Hull are staying up this year is down to their record against the teams around them this season. Only Fulham have taken less points from top half teams this season. Hull's 2 victories came against Liverpool at home who they beat 3-1 and Newcastle away who they defeated 3-2. The two draws were both at home, 1-1 against Tottenham Hotspur and 0-0 to Stoke City. Hull's biggest defeat to a top half side at home came against Newcastle who won 4-1.

Possible Line Ups

Everton
Everton's 2-3 defeat to Manchester City at the weekend was the second time this season that the Toffees have lost 2 back to back league games and the 15th match in a row Everton have played without a draw, the last draw came 20th January with a 1-1 draw away to West Bromwich Albion. Everton have won 3 of their last 4 away matches and have scored 21 goals in their last 10 Premier League matches, only Liverpool (29) and Manchester City (27) have scored more. Everton have scored just 9 goals in 9 away games in 2014.


Everton have scored exactly 2 goals in a match eleven times this season, which is more than any other side excluding Arsenal, who equal that feat. Everton have won 8, drawn 1 and lost 2. Everton's 2 defeats came recently after losing 3-2 to Crystal Palace and Manchester City at home though the draw came all the way back on the opening day of the season with a 2-2 draw away to Norwich. The other 9 times in which Everton have scored more than 2 goals have resulted in 8 wins and draw which came in the 3-3 derby at Goodison Park.

Stats & Injuries

Hull: Paul McShane and Joe Dudgeon could return from injury for the Tigers but goalkeeper Allan McGregor is unlikely to be risked. Sone Aluko, Robbie Brady and James Chester are also unlikely to feature.

Everton: Lacina Traore, Arouna Kone and Bryan Oviedo are all unlikely to feature though long term injury Darron Gibson could make an appearance and Steven Pienaar could be fit. Kevin Mirallas is also sidelined.

Jimmywhack:
Really hope mcshane is back for them, he is truly awful

Thornton_19:
LIke to finish the season with a win but its a nothing game, hopefully see a few youngsters and the players have a bit of fun.

Evertonian in NC:
It will definitely be interesting to see how we play it.

Confucius:

--- Quote from: Evertonian in NC on May 07, 2014, 08:45:54 AM ---It will definitely be interesting to see how we play it.

--- End quote ---

No it won't. it's the end of agreat season but it's a boring game that will be much like pre-season. best we can hope is a few youngsters getting starts. Now for the world cup and a wonderful transfer window

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