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Hull must be looking at it thinking 17:18 - Apr 27 with 1129 views_clive_baker_

2 wins / 75 points could very well be enough. It would take both WBA and Norwich winning on the final day to stop them. The latter away to Brum who need a result for survival. It’s not in their hands mathematically but it would give them a very good chance.

A draw does little for them though, as Norwich effectively become uncatchable barring a huge GD swing and the hope is then that WBA have to lose on the final day at home to Preston.

So it really is all or nothing for them tonight. Will be very interesting to see how that plays out with our bench options later on and ability to counter.
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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:20 - Apr 27 with 1076 viewspointofblue

Drooling at the thought of having Burns and Hirst back. Those two, Al Hamidi, Sarmiento and Taylor coming on after the hour mark...

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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:20 - Apr 27 with 1067 viewsNthsuffolkblue

The way West Brom are going, 4 points will do the job for them. I don't think they will be playing for a draw, though!

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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:23 - Apr 27 with 1018 viewspointofblue

Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:20 - Apr 27 by Nthsuffolkblue

The way West Brom are going, 4 points will do the job for them. I don't think they will be playing for a draw, though!


With West Brom at home to a side with nothing to play for on final day, don't think four would be enough. Especially as Hull have to go to Plymouth, who are scrapping for survival. Interestingly, Norwich go to Birmingham.

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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:24 - Apr 27 with 984 viewsRadlett_blue

Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:20 - Apr 27 by Nthsuffolkblue

The way West Brom are going, 4 points will do the job for them. I don't think they will be playing for a draw, though!


Preston have lost their last 3 & seem to have given up so I expect WBA to beat them comfortably next Saturday. Hull will think they need wins against us & at relegation threatened Plymouth next week & they're still hoping WBA or the Budgies drop poiints so they'll be going all out for the win.

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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:43 - Apr 27 with 834 viewsFtnfwest

Was always going to be a difficult game, but they’re going to need to want it more than we do
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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:47 - Apr 27 with 762 viewscharlie1

Hull must be looking at it thinking on 17:20 - Apr 27 by pointofblue

Drooling at the thought of having Burns and Hirst back. Those two, Al Hamidi, Sarmiento and Taylor coming on after the hour mark...


Will all come down to how we deal with their initial ‘flood’.
Think they’ll totally dominate possession for the first 15/20 minutes.

If we can get through that without conceding we’ll be ok.
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Hull must be looking at it thinking on 18:56 - Apr 27 with 473 viewsGuthrum

If Hull are still tinkering with their game plan less than three hours before kick-off, they could be in for a shambles. I'd imagine McKenna has known how we're setting up for most of the last week.

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