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Hull City v Arsenal live & preview Premier League 2014-15

In the last game of match week 25, Hull City A.F.C will take on Arsenal FC at the KC Stadium. The match kicks off at 20:00 BST on the 4th of May, 2015.

Hull City have to face Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United in the three of their last four games. The Tigers will also play Burnley FC, who are last and almost sure to get relegated, which will be a very important game in respect to their relegation. Hull City are in 16th place with 34 points. They are only one point clear of Sunderland, occupying the last relegation place currently, in 18th place.

Having played two games less than Manchester City, Arsenal are in 3rd place and three points behind Manchester City. The Gunners are unbeaten in their last nine league matches. In their last game they held the current Champions Chelsea to a goalless draw. Arsenal will like to stake its claim to 2nd place with another win against Hull City.

Mohamed Diame, Andrew Robertson, Curtis Davies and Nikica Jelavic are all in doubt. Steve Bruce’s side have won two games in the trot. They haven’t just won the two games but also kept clean sheets in each of the two games. As an ex-spurs player, Captain Michael Dawson, would be itching to score another crucial goal in two games.

Senegal striker Dame N’Doye has scored 2 goals in his last two premier league games. Since Hull City are fighting for their stay in top flight football they will come out all guns blazing.

Mikel Arteta and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlin will still be out of contention while Mathieu Debuchy and Abou Diaby might miss out on the action. Player of the Year nominee Alexis Sanchez has already had a huge impact on the English Premier League and will look to end the season in the same manner his started.

Hull City have lost five and drawn one of their last six against Arsenal, in the Premier League. Hull City haven’t beaten Arsenal in the last meetings in all competitions. In-form Gunners have much at stake and will go above their business in a very confident manner. Arsenal should win the game 2-1, creating relegation problems for Steve Bruce and his side.

Rajeev mcallister
Sports Pundit staff writer

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