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Hull must quickly forget loss to Arsenal, focus on beating Burnley

Hull City manager Steve Bruce says he would of loved a result against the Gunners, but now it's time to focus on their crucial match against Burnley.

As much as it hurt when Arsenal pulled Hull City's defence here, there and everywhere with an attacking display superior to anything seen at the KC Stadium this season, it all had a touch of irrelevance to it.

For significance in the relegation battle, City's mismatch with the Gunners was always destined to play second fiddle to the visit of Burnley this weekend.

A 3-1 loss to Arsenal, coupled with weekend wins for several of their drop rivals, means a season's work has come down to a home game with...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Relegation Scrap: Premier League battle going down to the wire

Newcastle manager John Carver makes it clear that his side must step up their game and end their poor run of form in order to avoid relegation.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains Newcastle United are playing up to standards, which he feels comes down to ownership.

With three rounds of games remaining in the Premier League season, Dale Johnson assesses the teams battling to avoid the drop with just two points separating five teams for 18th place.

ASTON VILLA
Position: 14th
Points: 35
Remaining fixtures: West Ham (h), Southampton (a), Burnley (h)

Aston Villa's position looks relatively comfortable after victory at home to Everton at the weekend. They now top the mini-league of five teams hoping to avoid relegation and have the comfort of two relatively...



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Arsenal put Hull back in relegation picture with resounding 3-1 win

Alexis Sanchez tormented Hull as Arsenal stepped up their drive for their highest finish in the Premier League for 10 years.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (45'+1) Hull City 0-3 Arsenal
ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not feel whatsoever that Arsenal can challenge Chelsea next season with the current squad they have.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Aaron Ramsey (33') Hull City 0-2 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (28') Hull City 0-1 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Stephen Quinn (56') Hull City 1-3 Arsenal

HULL, England -- Alexis Sanchez scored twice as Arsenal beat Hull 3-1 to pile further pressure on Steve Bruce's relegation-threatened side. Here are three points from Monday night's Premier League clash.

1. Arsenal put Hull in danger

Arsenal strolled back to being level on points with second-place Manchester City, while Hull must grit their teeth to pull themselves to safety. City were punished by an opponent who rode their luck a smidgeon before exhibiting a vast gulf in superiority and holding...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Relegation Scrap: Premier League battle enters the final straight

The ESPN FC crew discuss the clubs they believe are the most likely to be relegated at the end of the season.

With four rounds of games remaining in the Premier League season, Dale Johnson assesses the teams battling to avoid the drop.

NEWCASTLE UNITED
Position: 14th
Points: 35
Remaining fixtures: Leicester (a), West Brom (h), QPR (a), West Ham (h)

Newcastle are still very much the outsiders to go down at this stage, though a run of seven consecutive defeats -- their worst run of losses in the top flight for 38 years -- has left them on the verge of being dragged into trouble.

They travel to Leicester this...



Hull City can smell survival following fine win over Liverpool

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Jurgen Klopp would be a great replacement for Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool, where he feels Rodgers is only capable of a fifth place finish next season.

On a night of protests at the KC Stadium -- both against Hull City owner Assem Allam and the rising price of Premier League football -- it was Steve Bruce and his side who conveyed their point best against Liverpool with a 1-0 win.

A narrow but deserved victory has almost secured another season in the top flight and the home side celebrated the full time whistle knowing that fact full well.

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City are nearly there. Not quite carefree and contemplating summer holidays but surely just one more win...

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Home comforts propel Hull City to vital Premier League win over Liverpool

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes react to Theo Walcott's saying that Arsenal have been the best team in Europe during 2015.

HULL, England -- Three quick thoughts on Hull City's 1-0 win Tuesday night over Liverpool in the Premier League at KC Stadium.

1. Hull's home comforts

It is at the KC Stadium where Hull City's future will be decided, though perhaps they may have decided it here -- 34 points may already be enough. Arsenal and Manchester United must visit Humberside, plus Burnley, which City may be able to escape with a draw.

Pre-match adverts for season tickets seemed more in hope than expectation of being...