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Inswinging corner taken by Mark Gower from the left by-line played to the near post, Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by Luke Moore misses to the left of the goal.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Mark Gower played to the near post, Andy Dawson manages to make a clearance.
Craig Beattie takes a shot. Jack Hobbs gets a block in.
Craig Beattie fouled by Anthony Gerrard, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Mark Gower.
Craig Beattie joins the action as a substitute, replacing Stephen Dobbie.
Corry Evans has a shot on goal from outside the area which misses left.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Robert Koren, Luke Moore manages to make a clearance.
Matt Fryatt takes a shot. Save made by Dorus De Vries.
Corry Evans fouled by Mark Gower, the ref awards a free kick. Robert Koren takes the direct free kick.
Luke Moore takes a shot. Save by Matt Duke.
Jay Simpson takes a shot. Dorus De Vries makes a save.
The ball is delivered by Andy Dawson, Ashley Williams manages to make a clearance.
Matt Fryatt concedes a free kick for a foul on Joe Allen. Free kick taken by Garry Monk.
Nathan Dyer leaves the field to be replaced by Luke Moore.
Fabio Borini goes off and Tamas Priskin comes on.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Andy Dawson, save made by Dorus De Vries.
The ball is delivered by Richard Garcia, clearance by Ashley Williams.
Andy Dawson crosses the ball, clearance by Garry Monk.
Mark Gower fouled by Matt Fryatt, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Mark Gower.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Robert Koren, Headed effort on goal by James Chester from inside the penalty box misses to the right of the goal.
Jay Simpson takes a shot. Save by Dorus De Vries.
A goal is scored by Corry Evans from inside the penalty area low into the middle of the goal. Swansea 1-1 Hull.The ball is crossed by Jay Simpson. Assist on the goal came from Jay Simpson.
(Hull) makes a substitution, with Jay Simpson coming on for James Harper.
Centre by Liam Rosenior.
Mark Gower scores a goal from just outside the box to the bottom right corner of the goal. Swansea 1-0 Hull.
Foul by Richard Garcia on Mark Gower, free kick awarded. Mark Gower takes the direct free kick.
Nathan Dyer has an effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the left of the target.
Ashley Williams concedes a free kick for a foul on Matt Fryatt. Jack Hobbs takes the direct free kick.
Richard Garcia produces a cross, Header by Andy Dawson from deep inside the penalty area misses to the left of the goal.
Scott Sinclair takes a shot. Save by Matt Duke.
Mark Gower takes a inswinging corner.
Nathan Dyer has an effort at goal. Anthony Gerrard gets a block in.
Mark Gower takes the outswinging corner, Richard Garcia makes a clearance.
Angel Rangel delivers the ball, Anthony Gerrard makes a clearance.
Ashley Williams fouled by Matt Fryatt, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Dorus De Vries.
Scott Sinclair is ruled offside. Free kick taken by Matt Duke.
Fabio Borini is ruled offside. Anthony Gerrard takes the free kick.
Matt Fryatt takes a shot. Blocked by Garry Monk.
Richard Garcia is brought on as a substitute for Aaron Mclean.
Fabio Borini challenges Anthony Gerrard unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Matt Duke.
Stephen Dobbie produces a cross, clearance by James Chester.
Scott Sinclair is adjudged to have handled the ball. James Chester takes the free kick.
Corry Evans has an effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the left of the goal.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Aaron Mclean by Fabio Borini. Liam Rosenior takes the direct free kick.
Effort from inside the area by Fabio Borini misses to the left of the target.
A cross is delivered by Neil Taylor, Shot by Stephen Dobbie from deep inside the penalty area misses to the left of the goal.
Stephen Dobbie has a drilled shot. Blocked by Aaron Mclean.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nathan Dyer by Robert Koren. Mark Gower crosses the ball in from the free kick, blocked by Robert Koren.
Effort from deep inside the area by Fabio Borini misses to the right of the target.
Aaron Mclean is caught offside. Ashley Williams takes the indirect free kick.
Centre by Nathan Dyer, clearance made by Andy Dawson.
Stephen Dobbie has an effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the left of the goal.
Andy Dawson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Nathan Dyer. Angel Rangel takes the direct free kick.
Unfair challenge on Neil Taylor by Liam Rosenior results in a free kick. Ashley Williams takes the direct free kick.
The referee cautions Andy Dawson for unsporting behaviour. Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nathan Dyer by Andy Dawson. Free kick taken by Angel Rangel.
Stephen Dobbie has an effort at goal from just outside the box which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Unfair challenge on Neil Taylor by Aaron Mclean results in a free kick. Neil Taylor takes the free kick.
Nathan Dyer produces a right-footed shot from just outside the area that goes harmlessly over the bar.
The ball is crossed by Angel Rangel.
Mark Gower takes a shot from inside the box clearing the bar.
Scott Sinclair decides to take a short corner, Aaron Mclean gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Angel Rangel. Mark Gower crosses the ball from the free kick right-footed from right channel, clearance by Anthony Gerrard.
The ball is crossed by Scott Sinclair.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Robert Koren, Aaron Mclean takes a shot.
The ball is delivered by Neil Taylor.
Stephen Dobbie has a shot on goal from outside the box which misses left.
Unfair challenge on Corry Evans by Joe Allen results in a free kick. Free kick taken by James Chester.
Liam Rosenior challenges Neil Taylor unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Neil Taylor.
James Harper sends in a cross, Angel Rangel makes a clearance.
The ball is crossed by Neil Taylor, Andy Dawson makes a clearance.
Matt Fryatt produces a cross, clearance by Garry Monk.
Long range shot by James Harper goes wide right of the net.
Options for Rodgers
Swansea have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their home clash against Hull.
Manager Brendan Rodgers, who boasts a full-strength squad, faces the welcome decision of whether to utilise his ranks at such a critical stage of the season or stick with the same XI who saw off Norwich 3-0 at the weekend.
The likes of Darren Pratley, Leon Britton, Tamas Priskin, Craig Beattie and Luke Moore are all champing at the bit to play their part in what will be a defining final six matches in the club`s history.
Vice-captain Alan Tate was a surprise omission against the Canaries having been relegated to the bench and he will also be keen to regain his starting spot in defence against the Tigers.
The Swans, who lie just one point behind second-placed Norwich heading into another exciting round of fixtures, will be looking to avoid going down to their first unwanted double of the campaign having lost 2-0 to Hull on the opening day.
Hull midfielder James Harper is doubtful due to a foot injury.
Harper, a summer signing from Sheffield United, has been troubled for some time by the problem, which forced him out of Saturday's 2-1 win at Watford, and faces a late fitness test.
Goalkeeper Brad Guzan played his last game for the Tigers at Watford and has returned to parent club Aston Villa so Matt Duke, recently recalled from his loan spell at Derby, is expected to return to the starting line-up.
Boss Nigel Pearson, whose side have won their last four away matches, has no other new injury or suspension problems as the Tigers, five points adrift of the top six in 10th place, look to make up further ground on the play-offs.
Tigers hold Swans
Swansea missed a chance to move into the automatic promotion places after being held 1-1 by Hull.
The Welsh side broke the deadlock in the 63rd minute when Mark Gower fired a shot into the bottom corner from 20 yards.
But Hull levelled seven minutes later with Corry Evans producing a 12-yard finish after good work from Jay Simpson, who moments earlier came on as a substitute.
The result left Swansea in fourth place and they are now unbeaten at home in six games while the Tigers extended their unbeaten away run to 16 matches.
Hull made a bright start and midfielder James Harper, who was passed fit having been struggling with a foot injury, blazed an early shot wide from 30 yards.
Swansea, buoyed by their 3-0 home win over second-placed Norwich on Saturday, responded but Stephen Dobbie drilled his 25-yard shot wide.
Gower, who scored a 25-yard screamer against the Canaries, tried his luck from similar range again but this time his effort cleared the crossbar.
The home side continued to press and they created another opening in the 22nd minute, Nathan Dyer this time unable to keep his drive on target before Dobbie again could not test goalkeeper Matt Duke.
Another opportunity fell to Dobbie but once more he could not call Duke into action, with Fabio Borini following suit moments later.
The same duo had further chances before the break but it was again the same outcome.
Hull had a chance themselves before the whistle with Evans firing wide from 12 yards.
Swansea finally forced Duke into a save 11 minutes into the second half with top-scorer Scott Sinclair being denied from 12 yards.
The visitors responded and Andy Dawson saw a header from 12 yards fly wide before Dyer was wayward once more for Swansea shortly afterwards from 12 yards.
Gower then put the Welsh side in front with a fine strike from 20 yards but the Tigers quickly restored parity through Evans, who also netted in the 2-1 win at Watford on Saturday.
Moments later James Chester nearly put Hull ahead but his header from Robert Koren`s pass went wide.
Simpson certainly made an impact as with 13 minutes left he was denied by Swansea goalkeeper Dorus De Vries, who was making his 200th league appearance.
Another substitute, Luke Moore, almost did likewise for Swansea but he saw his 12-yard strike saved by Duke in the 83rd minute.
Hull looked then more likelier to snatch a later winner which almost came but once again De Vries came to his side`s rescue as he foiled Matt Fryatt with two minutes left.
Moore then nearly won it for Swansea in injury time but his header drifted wide.
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