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  • Date:14 Sep 2013
  • Kick-off:15:00
  • Venue:The KC Stadium
  • Attendance:21,949
  • Davies (39) Davies (39)
  • Whittingham (58)
Goal!

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95mins

Ben Turner manages to make a clearance.

93mins

The match has reached full-time.

93mins

Danny Graham has a headed effort at goal. Joe Lewis safely holds on.

92mins

Peter Whittingham has an effort direct from the free kick. Allan McGregor catches the ball.

92mins

Curtis Davies is shown a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.

91mins

Clearance made by Andrew Taylor.

90mins

Steven Caulker makes a clearance.

89mins

Andrew Taylor manages to make a clearance.

88mins

Corner from the right by-line taken by Stephen Quinn.

88mins

Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Tom Huddlestone. Gary Medel gets a block in.

87mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Kevin Theophile-Catherine on Sone Aluko.

86mins

The ball is swung over by Sone Aluko.

85mins

Shot by Sone Aluko. Joe Lewis blocks the ball.

83mins

Steven Caulker makes a clearance.

81mins

Maynor Figueroa concedes a free kick for a foul on Nicky Maynard.

81mins

Sone Aluko delivers the ball.

79mins

Sone Aluko is caught offside.

78mins

The ball is delivered by Ahmed Elmohamady.

77mins

Andrew Taylor makes a clearance.

77mins

Centre by Stephen Quinn.

76mins

Steven Caulker manages to make a clearance.

73mins

Corner from the right by-line taken by Peter Whittingham.

71mins

Nicky Maynard takes a shot. Blocked by Jake Livermore.

70mins

Ben Turner takes the free kick.

70mins

Danny Graham gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Andrew Taylor.

67mins

Centre by Ahmed Elmohamady.

67mins

Stephen Quinn on for Robbie Brady.

66mins

Clearance by Ben Turner.

66mins

James Chester manages to make a clearance.

65mins

Rudy Gestede on for Fraizer Campbell.

63mins

The ball is crossed by Ahmed Elmohamady.

62mins

Clearance by Maynor Figueroa.

59mins

Peter Whittingham scores with their left foot. Hull 1-1 Cardiff.Assist on the goal came from Don Cowie.

58mins

Free kick taken by Ahmed Elmohamady.

57mins

Foul by Don Cowie on Ahmed Elmohamady, free kick awarded.

55mins

Maynor Figueroa takes a shot and missed to the left of the target.

54mins

Ben Turner shown a yellow card.

53mins

Maynor Figueroa makes a clearance.

51mins

Aron Gunnarsson takes a shot. Jake Livermore gets a block in.

51mins

Clearance by Curtis Davies.

51mins

Free kick crossed by Peter Whittingham.

50mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Aron Gunnarsson by Tom Huddlestone.

50mins

The ball is delivered by Steven Caulker.

46mins

The game restarts for the second half.

46mins

The ref blows to end the first period.

46mins

A cross is delivered by Robbie Brady.

46mins

The ball is swung over by Don Cowie.

46mins

Ahmed Elmohamady crosses the ball.

46mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Maynor Figueroa on Don Cowie.

46mins

Nicky Maynard replaces Bo-Kyung Kim.

44mins

Sone Aluko takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Steven Caulker gets a block in.

43mins

Robbie Brady fouled by Kevin Theophile-Catherine, the ref awards a free kick.

42mins

Ben Turner makes a clearance.

40mins

Curtis Davies scores a headed goal. Hull 1-0 Cardiff.Assist on the goal came from Tom Huddlestone.

39mins

Tom Huddlestone has an effort at goal. Joe Lewis parries the effort to safety.

38mins

Don Cowie produces a cross.

36mins

Sone Aluko has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the goal.

34mins

Ahmed Elmohamady takes a shot. Peter Whittingham gets a block in.

33mins

The ball is swung over by Sone Aluko.

28mins

The ball is delivered by Andrew Taylor.

27mins

The ball is delivered by Ahmed Elmohamady.

26mins

James Chester manages to make a clearance.

24mins

Fraizer Campbell challenges Curtis Davies unfairly and gives away a free kick.

24mins

Peter Whittingham takes a shot. James Chester gets a block in.

23mins

Gary Medel takes the free kick.

23mins

Unfair challenge on Bo-Kyung Kim by Jake Livermore results in a free kick.

22mins

Ahmed Elmohamady produces a cross.

21mins

Allan McGregor restarts play with the free kick.

20mins

Tom Huddlestone challenges Bo-Kyung Kim unfairly and gives away a free kick.

19mins

Fraizer Campbell challenges James Chester unfairly and gives away a free kick.

18mins

The ball is delivered by Don Cowie.

17mins

Tom Huddlestone concedes a free kick for a foul on Bo-Kyung Kim.

16mins

Fraizer Campbell takes a shot. Jake Livermore gets a block in.

13mins

James Chester makes a clearance.

12mins

Allan McGregor restarts play with the free kick.

11mins

Fraizer Campbell challenges Robbie Brady unfairly and gives away a free kick.

10mins

Sone Aluko takes the free kick.

9mins

Kevin Theophile-Catherine gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Sone Aluko.

8mins

Clearance by James Chester.

6mins

Shot by Sone Aluko. Joe Lewis parries the ball but the danger is not over.

5mins

Aron Gunnarsson takes a shot. Curtis Davies gets a block in.

5mins

Clearance made by Maynor Figueroa.

3mins

The referee blows for offside against Sone Aluko.

1mins

Clearance by Ben Turner.

The ref blows the whistle to begin the match.

Match Preview

Bruce - Cardiff clash a must win Hull manager Steve Bruce believes Saturday's match with Cardiff is one both clubs will have highlighted as a must win at the start of the Barclays Premier League campaign. The last time the sides met at the KC Stadium was the final day of Championship season - a dramatic 2-2 draw capped by a tense period of injury-time that saw Hull miss a penalty and Cardiff score one. That result was still enough to send the Tigers up in second behind their title-winning opponents and both sides now share the goal of preserving their top-flight status. Cardiff have already beaten Manchester City, while Hull impressed in patches against the same opponents just before the international break, but Bruce insists it is fixtures such as this that will define each side's season. "It's a big game for us, but I'm sure they'll say the same. Cardiff came up with us and they'll have put it down as one of their fixtures to get something from," said Bruce. "Cardiff are a good side and they proved to be the best side in the Championship last year. Since then they've added to their squad well, spent a lot of money to improve and they're going to male a big fist of it. "Talk about must win games...it's against opposition who you think will be around you at the end of the season. If you can turn those teams over it's a big feather in your cap and can help you enormously. "We identified the first four or five home games. For any side in the bottom half it's about 'can you pick up the points at home?' "But Cardiff won the Championship at a canter in the finish and they've added well. They'll be difficult to beat but the way we have played so far has encouraged us." Hull will be without summer signing Yannick Sagbo, who serves the last of a three-game suspension following his sending off against Norwich, meaning Danny Graham should get another chance to impress up front. Bruce has a doubt over goalkeeper Allan McGregor. McGregor missed Scotland's World Cup qualifiers this month with a groin problem and is not a certainty to have recovered, but Sone Aluko (hamstring) should be fine. Maynor Figueroa was the last member of the club's international players to return, having represented Honduras, but loan signing Gedo has yet to receive his visa. Peter Odemwingie took a swipe at former club West Brom as he claimed his move to Cardiff has seen him join a stronger club. The 32-year-old Nigeria striker joined the Bluebirds in a B#2.5million move late on transfer deadline day, ending an eight-month period where he was frozen out at The Hawthorns after attempting to force through a move to QPR in January. Odemwingie could make his Cardiff debut at Hull on Saturday, although he is likely to be selected among the substitutes by City boss Malky Mackay. But he believes the Welsh club, who spent significantly over the course of the summer, have a stronger pool of players to choose from than his former employers. He said: "I told my wife that from what I see this is a stronger team than West Brom. Without any disrespect to West Brom, that is how I feel. "I think the club has shown what brought them here were gradual steps. They showed a lot of ambition in the window but it took them a couple of years of calculated steps. "From the chat I had with the manager that is the way it will be. They have plans for the near future and I think the objective is to stay in the league because they all know this league is very tough. "They had a great start but the finish is the most important part and it is important to get points on the board before December." David Marshall is a doubt for for the trip. The goalkeeper suffered a hip injury while on international duty with Scotland, and manager Malky Mackay will turn to back-up Joe Lewis should Marshall not recover in time to play a part at the KC Stadium.

Formation:442Manager: Steve Bruce

Hull

Formation: 451Manager: Malky Mackay

Cardiff

  • Allan McGregor
  • Ahmed Elmohamady
  • James Chester
  • Curtis Davies
  • Maynor Figueroa
  • Robert Koren
  • Tom Huddlestone
  • Jake Livermore
  • Robbie Brady
  • Sone Aluko
  • Danny Graham
  • SUBS
  • Liam Rosenior
  • Alex Bruce
  • David Meyler
  • Paul McShane
  • Eldin Jakupovic
  • George Boyd
  • Stephen Quinn

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Match Report

Form Guide

    LWL
  • Hull
  • VS
  • Cardiff
  • LWD

Last Meetings

Top Scorers

Hull

    Cardiff

    • F Campbell 2
    • AE Gunnarsson 1

    Goals

    Hull

      • Total goals 5
      • Goals per game 1
    • (For) 1 (Against) Period 11-20 mins
    • 1 (For) 1 (Against) Period 21-30 mins
    • (For) 1 (Against) Period 61-70 mins
    • (For) 1 (Against) Period 81-90 mins

    Cardiff

      • Total goals 7
      • Goals per game 3
    • (For) 1 (Against) Period 11-20 mins
    • 1 (For) 1 (Against) Period 51-60 mins
    • 1 (For) 1 (Against) Period 71-80 mins
    • 1 (For) 1 (Against) Period 81-90 mins

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