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Hull City praying for a miracle

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 By PA Sport

Hull capable of fighting for Premier League survival - Steve Bruce

The ESPN FC panel discuss the current relegation battle in the Premier League with Hull City needing a victory against Manchester United, at the very least, to remain in the EPL.

Hull boss Steve Bruce insists his side have every chance of pulling off one of the most unlikely of Premier League survival missions against Manchester United at the KC Stadium on Sunday.

The Tigers go into the game knowing only a win will give them any chance of retaining their top-flight status -- while a win for Newcastle over West Ham at St James' Park would seal their fate irrespective of their own performance.

Neither Bruce's own managerial record against the club he graced with such aplomb...

Hull City praying for a miracle as survival battle reaches climax

Big, big, big, big day in the Premier League. The Exploding Heads break down all the storylines heading into Survival Sunday.

And then there was just one. Hull City have watched on enviously this month as sides have made their excuses and left the Premier League relegation fight -- West Brom, Aston Villa, Leicester and now Sunderland.

All that remains is Newcastle United, the last team that can possibly save the Tigers' skin.

Steve Bruce and his players are in an almighty pickle as the final day of the season looms large. Two points adrift of safety after three consecutive defeats, anything less than a victory against...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Relegation Scrap: Newcastle United and Hull are left to fight it out

The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.

It's now a two-horse race to avoid the final relegation place in the Premier League as we approach the final weekend.

Burnley and Queens Park Rangers have already been relegated, while results on Saturday ensured that both Aston Villa and Leicester City will be playing top-flight football next season.

Then the boos rang out at the Emirates on Wednesday, but it wasn't from the away end as Sunderland produced heroics against one of the Premier League's big boys in the run-in for a second successive...