Can Hull join the Championship champions? Watch Hull v Cardiff (04/05/13)
- May 1, 2013
Hull’s recent poor form has now left themselves needing a win at home to Cardiff on the final day of the season (1245 GMT) in order to secure a spot in the Premier League.
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Hull could be without influential playmaker, top goalscorer and club captain Robert Koren for the visit of the Bluebirds.
Steve Bruce’s Hull only need to match Watford’s result to secure promotion.
Watford lie only one point behind Hull after a crazy last few games. Hull have only picked up one point from their last 9 on offer to make it an exciting finale to the season.
Cardiff secured promotion and the title weeks ago. Unbeaten since March, Cardiff have managed to draw 5 of their last 6 games.
Nicky Maynard looks set to return to Cardiff’s matchday squad following eight months on the sidelines due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament just three games into his Cardiff career.
It’s all in Hull’s hands as they take on a Cardiff side who’s season finished over two weeks ago.
Steve Bruce will be hoping his misfiring strikers Matty Fryatt and George Boyd can regain their goalscoring touch in time for the promotion decider.
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