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27/11/2018 at 16:50


PREVIEW: Hull City v Norwich City

After taking a large step backwards on Saturday with a low-key performance against in-form Nottingham Forest, the task will not be getting any easier for Hull City this Tuesday, when league leaders Norwich City roll into East Yorkshire boasting six straight wins under their built. We’ve had better back-to-back home games to look forward to. 

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Added to manager Nigel Adkins woes is the fact that top scorer Fraizer Campbell will not be eligible for the match, after collecting a fifth yellow card during the weekend’s defeat, meaning the striker will be serving a one match ban. Nouha Dicko remains sidelined with a hamstring complaint, meaning Will Keane stands by. To put the cherry on top of the cake, youngster Dan Batty could also be missing.

Norwich City boss – Daniel Farke – is seeing his side strike a rich vein of form that has seen his team go two points clear at the top of the Championship ahead of the trip to Hull. Last time out saw a victory at Swansea City come at a cost as midfielder Moritz Leitner has a calf problem, while Emi Buendia picked up a knee injury – the latter having the better chance of being able to play. 

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