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Abel Hernandez, Tom Huddlestone on song as Hull City pip the Cherries

English Premier League: Abel Hernandez (50') Hull City 2-1 Bournemouth
New Hull boss Marco Silva hailed the spirit of the players and supporters after winning his first Premier League match.

The biggest win of Hull City's season, bar none.

Despite trailing inside three minutes through Junior Stanislas' penalty and threatening to go under during a first quarter dominated by Bournemouth, the Tigers found the resolve and ruthlessness to turn a game on its head.

Abel Hernandez's well-taken brace put City in front before Tom Huddlestone's strike took a fortuitous deflection off Tyrone Mings to earn Marco Silva a winning start to life in the Premier League. Things will get more difficult very...

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Manchester United's showdown with Liverpool at Old Trafford

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner go toe-to-toe at predicting week 21's fixtures in the Premier League.
Liverpool legend Ian Rush fears the influence of Jose Mourinho when the Merseysiders face Manchester United.

Manchester meets Merseyside this weekend, headlined by Manchester United vs. Liverpool.

Prior to Sunday's huge clash at Old Trafford, Manchester City travel to Everton looking to keep the heat on leaders Chelsea, who will be hoping to bounce back after a 2-0 defeat at Tottenham ended their winning run.

Antonio Conte's side travel to champions Leicester on Saturday evening. Elsewhere, Arsenal are at Swansea and there's a big game at the bottom as Sam Allardyce takes Crystal Palace to former club...

Hull desperately need Bournemouth win with brutal schedule ahead

Marco Silva looks forward to challenge of managing Hull, starting with an FA Cup clash with Swansea.
Alison Bender and Don Hutchison discuss the appointment of new Hull City boss, Marco Silva.

Marco Silva can reflect on his opening week in English football with a cautious sense of satisfaction. After beating Swansea City 2-0 in the FA Cup third round, an injury-ravaged squad went down to a battling defeat away to Manchester United in the first leg of the EFL Cup semifinal.

So far, so good for Hull City's new head coach but the fixture carrying greatest significance is still to come. If Silva is to nurture the tentative optimism that accompanied his appointment last week, getting a result...

Overmatched Hull City's team effort impressive in EFL Cup defeat to United

The FC crew praise Man United's performance over Hull in the EFL Cup and touch on Morgan Schneiderlin's move to Everton.

On a night that threatened to see Hull City's hopes of reaching Wembley flat-line, there is still a pulse to be found in Marco Silva's side. It is faint after second-half goals from Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini put Manchester United firmly in the driving seat with a 2-0 advantage, but just to be still alive felt like an achievement for a team that has been decimated by injuries. Two midfielders played in defence with a defender in midfield, capturing the very definition of a makeshift side. Fellaini's...

Mata and Fellaini goals beat Hull, give Man United control of EFL Cup semi

The FC crew praise Man United's performance over Hull in the EFL Cup and touch on Morgan Schneiderlin's move to Everton.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three points from Manchester United's 2-0 win vs. Hull in the EFL Cup semifinal first leg on Tuesday.

1. Mata is decisive again

Manchester United are one step from Wembley Stadium thanks to a comfortable first-leg win, which was secured by goals from Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini.

Mata's strike, his seventh of the season, once again highlighted his importance to manager Jose Mourinho's team, while substitute Fellaini's late header prompted a touchline bear hug with...

Marco Silva unfazed by criticism as he takes on tall task at struggling Hull

Hull boss Marco Silva is prepared for a tough EFL Cup match against Man United and Portuguese counterpart Jose Mourinho.

When Marco Silva's status as the leading contender to replace Mike Phelan as Hull City manager emerged last week, one disgruntled supporter called the local radio station to deliver his blunt assessment of the imminent appointment.

"Silva?" the caller said. "It might as well be Long John..."

Evoking the Treasure Island pirate as Hull's best hope of a saviour, rather than a highly-regarded yet largely unknown Portuguese coach, perhaps summed up the sense of frustration and exasperation within...