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Hull City vs Fulham highlights (2-1)
Hull City picked up an important result on their latest English Championship fixture after defeating Fulham 2-1. The home side put on an aggressive display since kick off and their positive effort was rewarded on 34 minutes when Ahmed El Mohamady opened the scoring on 34 minutes.
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Hull City vs Huddersfield Town FC (2-0)
Hull City made a bright start on the new English Championship season as they defeated Huddersfield comfortably this past weekend. The Tigers immediately put an aggressive approach in that match as they were keen on picking up all three points in front of their fans.
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Liverpool Not Giving Up on Fourth Place Battle
Liverpool are still determine in snatching fourth place seat in English Premier League standings, though they are currently seven points behind direct rival, Manchester United. The Reds' can cut that gap into only four though this Tuesday, should they win against Hull City.
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Arsenal vs Hull City (2-0)
Arsenal starting their FA Cup title defense in a positive manner after defeating Hull City comfortably last weekend. Playing in front of their home crowd at Emirates, Gunners were determined in grabbing that ticket into the next round.
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Van Gaal Pleased With Dominant Man United Performance
After facing such a rough ride at the start of their Premier League season, things seem to get better for Manchester United as they grabbed another three points this weekend, after defeating Hull City 3-0.
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Arsenal vs Hull City (2-2)
Arsenal's ambition to bounce back from their defeat against Chelsea in previous fixture was halted as they only managed a point against Hull City this weekend. The home side were looking determined in searching for that early goals as they put themselves in front after Alexis Sanches scored a brilliant effort on 13 minutes.
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Arsenal Looking to Bounce Back Against Hull City
Suffering a disappointing defeat over Chelsea couple of weeks back, Arsenal are looking forward to redeem themselves this weekend when English Premier League get going again. Arsene Wenger's men will set to face Hull City and the French tactician will have to do without some of his players available, especially at the back as injuries are hitting them at the moment.
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Hull City vs Manchester City (2-4)
Manchester City picked up an important result on their latest English Premier League fixture as they defeated Hull City 4-2. The defending champions are eager to get themselves back into the top seat of current league standings as things were looking good indeed for them in that match as Sergio Aguero puts them ahead on seven minutes.
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Arsenal vs Hull City (3-2)
Arsenal finally ending their long trophy drought as they got their hands on this season's FA Cup after defeating Hull City via extra time. Being tipped as favorite ahead of the tie, Arsenal looked to lose their focus early on as Hull managed to take advantage and got themselves in front after just four minutes through James chester.
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Hull City vs Everton (0-2)
Everton comfortably keeping their fifth place seat in English Premier League after grabbing an away victory over Hull City this past weekend. Playing away from home didn't stop Everton from taking an attacking approach into that Sunday battle as they were keen in grabbing early goals.
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Manchester United vs Hull City (3-1)
Manchester United regained a bit of their pride as this midweek they picked up a precious home victory over Hull City. Playing in front of their home crowd at Old Trafford, United immediately put a strong pressure on their opponent as they seek for all three points on that tie.
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Aston Villa vs Hull City (3-1)
Aston Villa managed to entertain their devotees as they grabbed all important three points after defeating Hull City at Villa Park. Playing in front of their home crowd, Villa immediately got themselves in front when Ashley Westwood opened the scoring after only a minute of play.
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Fulham vs Hull City (2-2)
Fulham's ambition in getting themselves away from the bottom three seat was halted this weekend as they were held into a draw by Hull City. Eager to immediately safe themselves from potential relegation trouble, Fulham immediately put the pressure on their opponent.
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