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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.

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...

Hull intensity brings massive win in excellent team performance

Dame N'Doye netted twice for Hull City, but the team played as a one.

If every season has its defining fixtures, those days that can alter the course of a campaign, Hull City will hope one of theirs arrived at Selhurst Park on Saturday. After six winless games had ratcheted up the pressure in the final straight, along came the victory that Steve Bruce and his side so desperately sought.

A 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, thanks to a brace from Dame N'Doye, has no rival for significance in this troubled term. A day that could have seen the 16th-placed Tigers slide into...

Steve Harper could be key as Hull bid to stave of relegation

Steve Harper has made just four Premier League appearances this season.

Appearing in front of a supporters' event back in October, Steve Harper let slip just how close he had come to retirement the previous summer. Had the veteran goalkeeper been picked for Hull City's FA Cup final date with Arsenal, he revealed it would have been the trigger for him to "ride off into the sunset" at the end of last season.

Harper was eventually convinced to give City another year and now he has the chance for a finale to be proud of, with a club's Premier League life literally in his...

Hull find scant consolation as they're pulled into relegation scrap at Saints

First, the good news -- sort of. Not one of the 811 Hull City supporters in attendance at St Mary's Stadium returned home empty-handed on Saturday evening. Draped over each seat in the away end was a free t-shirt distributed by the visiting club, an apparent gesture of goodwill at the end of a 500-mile round trip.

Sadly, that was all the travelling supporters could cling to on another disheartening away day. A complimentary t-shirt carrying the slogan "Tigers on Tour 2015" was no substitute for...