Hull v Man City odds, live stream free bets – Manchester City face tough ask at KC Stadium

Latest Hull v Manchester City odds, plus free bets and live stream as Manchester City face a tricky challenge at a resurgent Hull side.

Manchester City will be looking to record their first Premier League win in four games when they travel to Hull on Saturday.

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Hull City could only manage a 2-2 draw away to Newcastle United, despite leading 2-0 late in the game.

Nikica Jelavic superbly volleyed Hull ahead, before Mohammed Diame doubled their lead with a long range effort.

An under fire Alan Pardew threw Papiss Cisse on and the Senegal forward scored twice late on to earn Newcastle a draw.

Manchester City kept within five points of Chelsea in the Premier League, recovering to earn a draw against the Blues.



Pablo Zabaleta was dismissed for City in the second half and Andre Schurrle gave the visitors the lead on the counter attack.

Chelsea couldn’t hold on though and a familiar face earned the champions a draw, with Frank Lampard equalising against his former side.

Last season Manchester City won both fixtures 2-0, including a hard fought win at the KC Stadium, after Vincent Kompany was dismissed early on.

Team news
Steve Bruce could move back to a 3-5-2 formation, after conceding a flurry of late goals in recent matches.

Stephen Quinn looks set to be the midfielder to miss out in favour of a third defender, with James Chester to return.

Nikica Jelavic and Abel Hernandez have impressed up front this term and will continue to lead the line.

Zabaleta will be available having served his suspension in the Capital One Cup and could start for City.

Jesus Navas, Aleksandar Kolarov and Edin Dzeko look set to be rotated in, with one eye on their Champions League clash with A.S Roma.

Lampard will miss out having played key roles in the last two fixtures for Manchester City.

Hull (3-5-2): McGregor; Chester, Davies, Dawson; Elmohamady, Livermore, Huddlestone, Diame, Robertson; Jelavic, Hernandez
Manchester City (4-2-2-2): Hart; Zabaleta, Kompany, Mangala, Kolarov; Toure, Fernandinho; Navas, Silva; Aguero, Dzeko

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