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Stoke must not underestimate Hull

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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.

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Mark Hughes wants top-half finish after Stoke win at Aston Villa

Mark Hughes' Stoke side will be looking to win two matches in a row for the first time this season when they host Burnley.
Tim Sherwood suffered defeat in his first game as Villa manager.

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes said he was targeting a top-half finish as his side came from behind to win 2-1 at Aston Villa.

Scott Sinclair had given the home side the lead in Tim Sherwood's first game as manager, but Mame Biram Diouf headed the visitors level and Victor Moses won the game from the penalty spot in the closing moments.

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Hughes, whose side are 10th in the Premier League table, said: "That...