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Tigers' winless run confirms relegation fear

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Ben Arfa experiment fails at Hull

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Hull in desperate need of points

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Defeat vs. Swansea, winless in 10 games: Hull are in a relegation battle

Ki Sung-Yueng was the unwitting match-winner as Swansea returned to winning ways at the expense of a Hull side who look set for a long, hard relegation battle.

As Hull City supporters filed out of the KC Stadium and into the East Yorkshire night, it felt as though there was a sudden turning of the tide on Saturday evening. Where before the majority had shared the unwavering belief of manager Steve Bruce that this slump was no cause for great alarm, an unimaginative 1-0 defeat to Swansea City changed everything.

This was the moment City fans realised the club was ankle-deep in a relegation fight, a grim epiphany that no one could ignore. Each game that...

 By Chris Wright

BBC Sport commentator turns Hull City match preview into work of art

How to make sure people read your Hull preview...

Faced with the prospect of hammering out a match preview for Saturday afternoon's fairly nondescript Premier League fixture between Hull and Swansea City, BBC commentator Alistair Mann decided to jazz things up a bit.

Mann cobbled together a wonderfully impressive 30-line poem to set the scene for the game at the KC Stadium.

Why, it even rhymes and everything! Here's Mann's masterful work in full:

"Back in April, all was well, the Tigers roar was loud,

The Swans they left defeated, the home fans'...

Hull move on from failed Ben Arfa experiement

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol react to Steve Bruce's comments on how Latin countries applaud diving, sparking a heated debate between Moreno and Nicol.

When Hatem Ben Arfa drove into Hull City's training ground on the final night of the summer transfer window, it was quite the sight to behold. Supporters gathered around the Frenchman's car, chanting and applauding. Ben Arfa, like those all around him, grinned from ear to ear.

Inside the club's gated complex there was back-slapping and satisfaction all round. As well as signing off deals for Abel Hernandez, Mohamed Diame and Gaston Ramirez earlier in a chaotic day, Ben Arfa's late arrival was...

Hull City enter holiday period in desperate need of points

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol react to Steve Bruce's comments on how Latin countries applaud diving, sparking a heated debate between Moreno and Nicol.

Another weekend, another fall down the Premier League table for Hull City. A side that was as high as 10th at the end of October has now fallen to 19th in the table, and without a victory at home against Swansea City this weekend, Christmas will be celebrated with the Tigers in the relegation zone.

A seventh defeat of the campaign was always likely to come at Chelsea on Saturday. Better teams than City have left Stamford Bridge empty-handed this term and plenty more will join them before the season...

Three Points: Blues lack Fabregas' spark while Hull look doomed

Chelsea rebound from last week's loss to Newcastle with a strong performance against Hull behind Premier League's top goalscorer Diego Costa.

LONDON -- Three observations from Chelsea's drab 2-0 victory over Hull City. Cesc Fabregas' importance to the title-chasers was underlined by Chelsea's lethargy in his absence, while Hull City manager Steve Bruce's woes continued ...

1. Blues still seeking to hit top form again

It was back to winning ways for Chelsea, but not quite back to full form. This was a much less dazzling performance that brought back memories of some of the dour games from last season. Of course, it didn't help there was...

Hull welcome back Nikica Jelavic, Abel Hernandez just in time for crucial run

Hull City boss Steve Bruce explained his side lacked conviction in advanced positions, as they settled with a scoreless draw with West Brom.

At the end of a drab, forgettable afternoon that saw Hull City and West Brom cancel one another out in a 0-0 stalemate, there was one ray of hope for Steve Bruce. Neither Nikica Jelavic nor Abel Hernandez could find the goal City so badly needed, but just to see them together again was a significant moment for the Tigers boss.

Not since the start of October has Bruce been able to field his first-choice strike pairing. First, a knee ligament injury to Jelavic broke up their blossoming union and...