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Stoke's strong season continues with confident, competent win over Hull

Super-sub Peter Crouch came off the bench to give Stoke an invaluable three points against Hull.

Mark Hughes' Stoke side made it two successive victories with Saturday's 1-0 win vs. Hull, and in doing so, put to bed any worries that their season had derailed.

Hull arrived with a formation and attitude designed to stop their hosts and steal a point, showing little adventure to win a contest that the Potters dominated from start to finish. Manager Steve Bruce insisted his side didn't deserve to lose, but the fact that they had one shot to Stoke's 17 tells a better story of what actually happened...

Stoke must not underestimate in-form Hull

Here are the 5 best saves from Week 26 in the Premier League including Brad Guzan's one-handed stop.

It's back to business at the Britannia for Mark Hughes' Stoke side, who play there for the first time on a Saturday this month as they entertain Steve Bruce's Hull side in a clash between two former Manchester United teammates.

It's been a week made easier by the side putting to bed the nightmares of successive 4-1 defeats against Manchester City and Blackburn Rovers with a deserved 2-1 win over near neighbours Aston Villa. Those three points were crucial to a club who looked in danger of losing...

Stoke rally from FA Cup humiliation to pick up late win at Aston Villa

Stoke spoiled Tim Sherwood's debut as Aston Villa boss as Victor Moses' injury-time penalty gave them a 2-1 win at Villa Park.

Stoke extended their unbeaten run at Villa Park to five games with their latest victory coming courtesy of an injury-time penalty won and converted by Victor Moses to secure a 2-1 win for Mark Hughes' side.

It was exactly the kind of reaction that both the manager and the fans wanted from a team that had conceded four goals in each of its previous two matches. Furthermore, to come back from a goal behind and take all three points showed the kind of character and determination missing against Blackburn.


Stoke suffering with huge injury list ahead of clash with Sherwood's Villa

Marc Muniesa is the latest to join Stoke's walking wounded, as he has torn his hamstring.

Stoke have had a week to prepare for their trip to Aston Villa but would have preferred a few more to rest and repair their growing injury list.

It's an unprecedented number of absences for the Potters, who can count just seven first-team players as fully fit and ready for selection following the latest losses of Geoff Cameron to suspension and Marc Muniesa to a torn hamstring.

In the unlikely event of Aston Villa agreeing to a game of five-a-side instead, manager Mark Hughes finds himself struggling...

Blackburn's dream FA Cup run continues after surprise Stoke win

Joshua King scored a hat trick as Blackburn brushed aside Premier League opposition in the FA Cup for a second time this season in a 4-1 triumph over Stoke.
A Joshua King hat trick sees Blackburn eliminate a second-straight Premier League opponent to book themselves a spot in the FA Cup quarterfinals.

Our Wembley Dreams series has reached the FA Cup fifth round and finds Iain Macintosh following Stoke to Blackburn, the former Premier League champions that now reside in the Championship.

BLACKBURN, England -- As one, the supporters in the Jack Walker Stand rise to their feet, clap their hands above their heads and shout, "Easy! Easy! Easy!"

Blackburn Rovers fans have had few occasions to use this chant in recent years. For more than four and a half years, supporting their club has been a...

Stoke pay price for Mark Hughes' indecision against Blackburn

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Stoke captain Glenn Whelan was critical of his teammates after their 4-1 loss to Blackburn.

Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for Stoke -- on and off the pitch -- as they let their early lead slip to lose 4-1 to Championship side Blackburn in the fifth round of the FA Cup, their second successive loss by that scoreline. It was a similar capitulation to the one seen against champions Manchester City the Wednesday before and worryingly the same frailties were ruthlessly pursued with little in the way of a response from manager Mark Hughes.

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Both games saw the same tactic of passes...