Last Updated: 11/05/14 5:00pm
Lukaku the man to grab the headlines once again. What would Everton fans give to have him back next season. Full report and reaction to follow.
FT: Hull 0 Everton 2. Very easy for the visitors, who never had to produce that much, but two fine goals were enough to finish the season on a high.
More pressure from the home side, but Everton have defended really well this afternoon, and look very comfortable.
Lukaku making his way of the pitch, for what could be his final appearance for Everton. Traore the man to replace him.
SAVE!!! First real save that Howard has had to make, but he palms Robert Koren's strike out brilliantly. Great feet to get across.
CHANCE!!! Great chance for Curtis Davies, who has a free header from six-yards, but he mistimes the head, and he misses the target.
Better from the home side. Piling on the pressure, but still struggling to test Howard in the Everton goal.
Alex Bruce gets up to meet a left wing corner, but Jagielka does enough to put him off, as the manager's son heads over.
Pace of the game slowed right down now, with all the possession still staying with the visitors. Hull look like season has taken its toll.
Rosenior has Hull's best effort of the second half, but HOward gets down well to save, and snatch at the rebound.
The substitute almost has an immediate impact, but Curtis Davies does well to recover to make the tackle.
Penalty appeals waved away by Howard Webb. Distin's boot was high, but a penalty would have been harsh.
Corner for Hull is headed clear by Jagielka, who also heads away the rebound volley from Huddlestone. Looked really untroubled so far.
Aluko tries to get the better of Distin, but the imposing centre-back easily cuts the ball out, and snuffs out any danger.
Wonderful skill from McGeady to make room from the shot, but tame effort is easily saved by McGregor. Good move once again.
More possession from the visitors. Hull not known for their second-half comebacks, and showing no sign of offering much.
Matty Fryatt comes on for Nikica Jelavic, with warm applause coming from all sections off the ground.
Tigers having little of the ball, but when they get it offering very little going forward. Minds very much elsewhere.
Everton fans making all the noise here, as they show their appreciation for what they are seeing. Passing it around with aplomb.
That could be Lukaku's last goal for Everton, and epitomised all his best qualities. Wonderful forward play, and is leading the line brilliantly once again.
Delightful pass from Osman, perfectly weighted for Lukaku, who takes it in his stride, and lashes past McGregor for his 15th goal of the season.
HT: Hull 0 Everton 1. Very much to script so far, as a much-changed Hull side seem to have one eye on the FA Cup final already. McCarthy's first goal for the club the difference at the break.
Lukaku does well to get on the end of a low cross, just gettign his toe to the ball, but McGregor is down quickly to smother.
Aluko again the threat, latching onto a long ball from Tom Huddlestone, but it is slightly overhit, and Howard is out quickly to gather.
Aluko finds Quinn out wide, but his drilled centre is well gathered by Howard, who looks in commanding form in the Everton goal.
McGeady and Figueroa having a great battle down the Southampton right flank. The Honduran just about holding his own so far.
Figueroa fortunate to escape a yellow card. McGeady sent flying, but took evasive action to prevent any lasting damage.
McShane again taking a risk at the back, heading back to McGregor, which only just evades the outstretched leg of Naismith.
Naismith looking for a foul, but Alex Bruce deemed to have won the ball. Would have been through down the left if not.
Free-kick to Hull, which Jelavic likes the look of, but he powers the ball straight into the wall. Figueroa's rebound is well saved by Howard.
Hull playing a dangerous game at the back, passing the ball across the box, only just evading the tenacious work of Lukaku.
CHANCE!!! Lukaku can't quite get on the end of James McCarthy's low cross. Should maybe have gone with his right leg, and the net would be bulging again.
Everton captain Phil Jagielka the first man to go in the book, clipping Stephen Quinn's legs and the midfielder sprinted past.
CHANCE!!! Naismith really should hit the target. After being found is space by Gareth Barry, he elects to side-foot first time, but doesn't connect properly and the ball trickles wide.
Coleman does really well to get into the box, and fire a low cross into the middle, but McShane clears on the half volley.
Lukaku with the effort at goal from distance, but it never troubled McGregor, who was happy to watch the ball fly the ball over.
The home side much more ominous going forward, and pushing Elmohamady and Figueroa much further up the field.
Aluko with the effort from distance, which flies over the bar. Much more threatening from the home side. Aluko looks like a man with something to prove.
That was McCarthy's first goal for the club, on the final day. Now taking command of the game, and could get more goals as they dominate.
Lovely move from Everton. Naismith is picked out just outside the box, and he threads a pinpoint pass through to McCarthy, who's effort is blocked by McGregor, but the ball spins into the net.
All Everton early on, with Coleman and Baines looking especially dangerous down the flanks. Hull will have to double-up on them to stem any threat.
McGeady shows good feet down the right to whip the ball in, but he doesn't beat the first man and the ball is cleared easily.
Nice move from Everton almosts gets Leighton Baines in behind, but it is cut out and the move grinds to a halt. Patient, flowing football once again.
Allan McGregor and Paul McShane will also be hoping for a good run out after returning from long term injury to play today.
The teams are in the tunnel. Phil Jagielka is leading Everton out, and will be hoping for a performance that reaffirms his World Cup aspirations.
Not only has it been entertaining, but the results have followed, but the Champions League was just a step too far.
What a season it has been for the men from Goodison Park. Any fears David Moyes' good work at the club would have gone to waste were soon alleviated by Martinez's attacking brand of football.
Everton could not do their Merseyside rivals Liverpool a favour last time out, but will be firmly focused on the task at hand today.
Everton are firm favourites against a much-changed Hull side, and are 5/2 to win-to-nil at the KC. Odds here --> http://www.skybet.com/football/premier-league/event/16503847
Hull City have never won a Premier League game in the month of May (P8 W0 D3 L5) and have failed to score in their two previous Premier League matches on the final day of the season.
Speaking of success: Everton's 69 point tally is their best in a single Premier League season, beating their previous highest of 65 in 2007-08. A win in this game will give them their best total since winning the title in 1986-87 (86).
The Tigers have already achieved their highest points tally in a single Premier League season (37), and with the FA Cup final waiting, it really has been a successful season on Humberside.
It will be a big day for Nikica Jelavic. He scored 16 goals in 59 Premier League appearances for Everton before moving to Hull City in January.
Only Cardiff (12) have won fewer points than Hull City (14) in the Premier League in 2014 (Norwich also have 14).
And they will have to be wary of goals coming for all over the pitch, as 13 of Everton's goals this season have come from defenders; a league-high.
After being so hard to beat earlier in the season, Hull are far less formidable at the KC now - they've lost five of their last eight Premier League home games (W2 D1).
Ian Hutchins thinks there is some good news for Blues players coming: 'Decent lineup for Everton, England young guns rested which could mean there's a call up pending?!'
Chris Green also is going for the same scoreline: 'Everton to win 2-0, with Coleman and Lukaku scoring the goals.'
Cian Hughes has tweeted in his prediction: 'Hi! Really excited for this game today, I'm going for 2-0 Everton.'
Everton XI: Howard, Baines, Coleman, Jagielka (c), Distin, McGeady, Naismith, McCarthy, Lukaku, Barry, Osman.
Hull XI: McGregor, Figueroa, Bruce, Davies, Huddlestone, Livermore, McShane, Jelavic, Aluko, Elmohamady, Quinn.
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Roberto Martinez has guided Everton to their highest-ever Premier League points total in his first season at the helm, and will want to cap it off with another win on the road.
Hull can technically finish as high as 12th if they are victorious, and other results go their way, which will bring in substantially more prize money.
With little riding on the match, is is all about ending what has been an impressive season for both sides on a high.
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