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Nick Barmby has an effort at goal from just inside the box that misses to the left of the goal.
Dele Adebola takes a shot. Save made by Andy Lonergan.
Paul McKenna takes a shot. Blocked by Patrick Kisnorbo.
Corner taken right-footed by Matt Fryatt, save by Andy Lonergan.
Zac Thompson replaces Ross McCormack.
Robert Snodgrass is caught offside. Peter Gulacsi takes the free kick.
Shot from just outside the box by Robert Snodgrass goes over the bar.
James Chester fouled by Andrew Keogh, the ref awards a free kick. Liam Rosenior restarts play with the free kick.
Centre by Matt Fryatt, Adam Clayton makes a clearance.
Foul by Ross McCormack on Liam Rosenior, free kick awarded. Direct free kick taken by Paul McKenna.
Outswinging corner taken right-footed by Liam Rosenior from the right by-line, Adam Clayton makes a clearance. The ball is delivered by Liam Rosenior, Effort from 12 yards by Aaron Mclean. Blocked by Tom Lees. Paul McKenna takes a outswinging corner.
James Chester challenges Ross McCormack unfairly and gives away a free kick. Aidan White takes the direct free kick.
Lloyd Sam replaces Ramon Nunez.
Joe Dudgeon sends in a cross, Shot from inside the area by Matt Fryatt clears the bar.
The ball is sent over by Robert Snodgrass, Corry Evans makes a clearance.
Robert Snodgrass sends in a cross, comfortable save by Peter Gulacsi.
Aaron Mclean has an effort at goal from the edge of the box that misses to the right of the target.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Paul McKenna, Darren O'Dea makes a clearance.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Corry Evans, Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by James Chester misses to the left of the goal.
Ramon Nunez fires in a goal from inside the penalty area to the bottom left corner of the goal. Leeds 4-1 Hull.Assist on the goal came from Ross McCormack.
Effort on goal by Jack Hobbs from just inside the penalty box goes harmlessly over the target. Nick Barmby is brought on as a substitute for Robert Koren.
Outswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Robert Koren, clearance by Patrick Kisnorbo.
Matt Fryatt takes a shot. Save made by Andy Lonergan.
Michael Brown produces a right-footed shot from just outside the area that goes harmlessly over the target.
Dele Adebola replaces Robbie Brady.
Centre by Robbie Brady, Aaron Mclean takes a shot. Save made by Andy Lonergan.
Robert Snodgrass produces a cross, Jack Hobbs manages to make a clearance.
Robbie Brady gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Aidan White. Free kick taken by Darren O'Dea.
Robbie Brady produces a drilled left-footed shot from 35 yards and went wide right of the target.
Liam Rosenior challenges Adam Clayton unfairly and gives away a free kick. Michael Brown takes the free kick. Booking for Liam Rosenior for dissent.
Liam Rosenior sends in a cross, clearance by Patrick Kisnorbo.
Corner from left by-line taken by Robert Koren.
Robert Koren takes a inswinging corner.
Unfair challenge on Joe Dudgeon by Robert Snodgrass results in a free kick. Booking for Robert Snodgrass for unsporting behaviour. Free kick taken by Joe Dudgeon.
Shot by Matt Fryatt from 25 yards. Blocked by Darren O'Dea.
Aidan White concedes a free kick for a foul on Robert Koren. Free kick crossed left-footed by Robbie Brady.
Unfair challenge on James Chester by Andrew Keogh results in a free kick. Liam Rosenior takes the direct free kick.
Jack Hobbs concedes a free kick for a foul on Ross McCormack. Robert Snodgrass finds the net with a goal direct from the free kick from outside the penalty area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Leeds 3-1 Hull.
Aaron Mclean on for Andy Dawson.
Corner taken by Robert Snodgrass from the left by-line, Patrick Kisnorbo takes a shot. Save made by Peter Gulacsi.
Corry Evans produces a cross.
The offside flag is raised against Ross McCormack. Peter Gulacsi takes the free kick.
Liam Rosenior gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Andrew Keogh. Darren O'Dea takes the free kick.
Tom Lees finds the net with a goal from inside the penalty box to the top right corner of the goal. Leeds 2-1 Hull.
Ross McCormack takes a shot. James Chester gets a block in. Outswinging corner taken left-footed by Robert Snodgrass from the left by-line.
Andrew Keogh is ruled offside. Peter Gulacsi restarts play with the free kick.
Robert Snodgrass takes a outswinging corner from the left by-line played to the near post, Corry Evans manages to make a clearance.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Robert Snodgrass by Andy Dawson. Ross McCormack delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right wing, blocked by James Chester.
Corner taken right-footed by Robert Koren, save made by Andy Lonergan.
James Chester has a headed effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the left of the target.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Robert Koren, clearance by Andrew Keogh. A cross is delivered by Corry Evans, blocked by Ramon Nunez. Corner taken by Robbie Brady, clearance made by Tom Lees.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Andy Dawson by Robert Snodgrass. Peter Gulacsi takes the direct free kick.
Foul by Corry Evans on Adam Clayton, free kick awarded. Patrick Kisnorbo takes the direct free kick.
Corner taken by Robbie Brady from the right by-line. The ball is delivered by Robbie Brady, save made by Andy Lonergan.
Andy Dawson delivers the ball, save by Andy Lonergan.
The ball is delivered by Tom Lees, James Chester makes a clearance.
Assist on the goal came from Robert Koren.
Shot from outside the area by Robert Koren misses to the left of the goal.
Tom Lees concedes an unfortunate own goal. Leeds 1-1 Hull.
Corry Evans produces a right-footed shot from outside the penalty area and misses left.
Effort on goal by Andrew Keogh from just outside the area goes harmlessly over the target.
Ross McCormack takes a shot. Save by Peter Gulacsi. Ross McCormack grabs a headed goal from close in. Leeds 1-0 Hull.Robert Snodgrass provided the assist for the goal.
Ramon Nunez has a curled shot. Save by Peter Gulacsi. Ross McCormack produces a header from inside the six-yard box that clears the bar.
The ball is sent over by Matt Fryatt, clearance by Patrick Kisnorbo. Inswinging corner taken by Robbie Brady from the right by-line, save by Andy Lonergan.
Ross McCormack takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Jack Hobbs gets a block in. Outswinging corner taken by Robert Snodgrass, clearance made by Jack Hobbs.
Shot by Matt Fryatt from 20 yards. Patrick Kisnorbo gets a block in. Corner taken left-footed by Andy Dawson, Andy Lonergan makes a comfortable save.
Inswinging corner taken by Andy Dawson from the right by-line, Corry Evans produces a mishit right-footed shot from 12 yards. Tom Lees manages to make a clearance. Robert Koren challenges Patrick Kisnorbo unfairly and gives away a free kick. Patrick Kisnorbo takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Liam Rosenior on Ramon Nunez. Robert Snodgrass crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from left wing, Andy Dawson manages to make a clearance.
The ball is delivered by Robert Snodgrass, clearance by Liam Rosenior. Shot from just outside the box by Ramon Nunez misses to the left of the target.
Shot by Robert Snodgrass. Save made by Peter Gulacsi.
Liam Rosenior challenges Michael Brown unfairly and gives away a free kick. Robert Snodgrass crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from left wing, clearance made by Liam Rosenior.
The ball is delivered by Ramon Nunez, Jack Hobbs makes a clearance.
Effort from outside the penalty box by Robbie Brady goes wide left of the goal.
Keogh set for Leeds bow
Leeds' new loan signing Andy Keogh is expected to go straight into the starting line-up for the home clash with Hull.
The 25-year-old Republic of Ireland international, signed initially on loan until January, is a likely starter as manager Simon Grayson is still without strikers Luciano Becchio, Billy Paynter and Davide Somma, while winger Max Gradel is suspended.
Becchio (hamstring) and long-term absentee Somma (knee) have yet to play this season and Paynter missed out on Saturday with a thigh strain.
Leeds will also be without suspended skipper Jonny Howson. The midfielder and Gradel were both sent off during Saturday's home defeat to Middlesbrough for two yellow card offences and will sit out respective one-game bans.
Grayson could turn to Ramon Nunez and Lloyd Sam, who both stepped off the substitutes' bench against Middlesbrough, while young defenders Tom Lees, 20, and Zac Thompson, 18, will be hoping to feature again after making their debuts at the weekend.MHull manager Nigel Pearson will pick from a virtual full-strength squad.
Defender Liam Rosenior (knee), striker Dele Adebola (back) and Aaron Mclean (calf) all returned to action as the Tigers secured their first win of the season at Ipswich.
Rosenior started at Portman Road and is expected to retain his place, while Adebola and Mclean were both late substitutes' and may have to settle for a place on the bench again.
Assistant manager Craig Shakespeare said: "There's a few aches and pains and niggles, but they all reported in [on Sunday].
"They'll train again and there are a couple who might just do a bit less, but we'll wait and see how they are on Tuesday morning."
Defender Paul McShane (calf) and winger Cameron Stewart (knee ligaments) are still unavailable.
Rampant Leeds tame Tigers
Leeds' stuttering start to the season ended in the most spectacular of fashions as they thrashed local rivals Hull 4-1 at Elland Road.
Having lost their first two games of the npower Championship campaign and with off-field protests against chairman Ken Bates causing a stir, manager Simon Grayson desperately needed a win against City and his players duly delivered.
In a near-faultless performance, Ross McCormack, Tom Lees - whose own goal had brought Hull level - Robert Snodgrass and Ramon Nunez all found the net, against a Tigers side who came into the game well-fancied.
Having won at Ipswich on Saturday and with Leeds running with a threadbare squad owing to injury and suspension, a first Hull win in West Yorkshire in 24 years had looked to be an option, but Nigel Pearson's men were rarely in the game.
With Max Gradel and Jonny Howson suspended after their red cards against Middlesbrough at the weekend and Leigh Bromby injured, Grayson was forced to make three changes, the most notable of which was the handing of a second debut to new signing Andy Keogh.
Hull made just the one alteration, with the injured Tom Cairney replaced by Andy Dawson, but it looked as though it were they who had made the most changes as Leeds dominated the opening exchanges.
Scotland winger Snodgrass was at the heart of all their industry, with his cross nearly falling for Darren O'Dea, before he cut inside to work Peter Gulacsi at his near post.
Hull then failed to deal with a Snodgrass cross but Nunez could only send a tame effort wide, before a counter-attack ended with McCormack's shot being deflected wide.
The chances continued to come and it was of no surprise when Leeds went ahead, although McCormack needed three chances to do it.
First of all he headed over after Nunez's 20-yard shot came back off the bar. Then, in the subsequent move, Snodgrass stood up a cross and, although McCormack's first header was beaten away by Gulacsi, he was able to nod the rebound home.
Eager for a second, Keogh cut in and drilled over, and Hull looked to be void of ideas until, in the 20th minute, Robbie Brady's cross fizzed across the Leeds box and Lees, under pressure from Matty Fryatt, rammed it into his own goal.
Hull enjoyed a spell of pressure after that, with their five-man midfield overpowering the four of Leeds but, with two in attack, United were able to get their foothold back and scored again five minutes before the break.
Keogh won a tussle with Jack Hobbs to allow McCormack to get a shot in and, although Hobbs recovered to block it behind, from the resulting corner Nunez's low centre was spilled by Gulacsi, with Lees on the spot to score at the right end.
Hull brought on Aaron McLean at the break in a bid to create more chances but before he could even touch the ball his side were two goals down.
Hobbs felled McCormack inside 15 seconds and Snodgrass, who scored his first goal for his country last week, gave Gulacsi no chance with a replica of the 25-yard free-kick he scored against Hull last season.
Battering ram Dele Adebola was also thrown on by the visitors as they looked to stay in touch, but even when they did get a chance with McLean's back-post header, Andy Lonergan was equal to it.
Hull then withdrew the dangerous Brady, sending on veteran ex-Leeds forward Nick Barmby, but he could only watch on as the home side made it four with 22 minutes left as Nunez's precise finish from McCormack's inch-perfect pass gave him his third of the season.
Lonergan was called into action on a couple of occasions as Hull staged a late rally, but it was too late by then.
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