Last Updated: 24/08/13 5:03pm
Huge cheers as McGregor comes out and collects Snodgrass's cross. The Canaries running out of time...
Hoolahan jinks through two challenges but Chester flings himself at the shot to snuff out the danger. That sums up how well Hull have defended today
Hull push forward and yet more anguish for the home fans as Koren's inviting cross drifts all along the six yard box with no-one gambling
Norwich are piling on the pressure but Hull are defending for their lives here and are edging closer to a heroic win
Huddlestone saves the day for Hull after Snodgrass had dangerously headed the ball across the Tigers' six-yard box
Aluko receives a standing ovation as he makes way for Graham. He's put in a cracking shift for the Tigers today
Martin has given the ball away in some careless positions for Norwich and another stray pass allows Aluko to break forward. Davies of all people provides support and Turner is forced to kick the ball out for a corner
Save! A brilliant one-handed save from McGregor keeps out Van Wolfswinkel's header. Garrido picked out the Dutchman superbly
Lovely link-up play between Van Wolfswinkel and Tettey but the Norwegian's left-footed strike sliced just wide. Norwich getting closer...
Quick feet again from Howson on the edge of the Hull box but this time he gets under his shot and McGregor watches it drift by. Norwich asking a few questions now as the 10-men drop deeper
Martin gives the ball away on the way on the halfway line and Aluko just has Turner to beat. The Norwich defender does well though, and robs him just in time
Plenty of boos for ex-Leeds man Snodgrass as he comes across to take a corner. He delivers but a nasty clash of heads sees the game stopped as Davies receives treatment
Last-gasp tackle! Aluko lobs the ball through to the onrushing Koren but Whittaker comes across and makes a crucial interception just as the Slovenian was about to shoot
Redmond skips past Elmohamady with a couple of stepovers but his shot is weakened by a deflection and McGregor gathers easily
Snodgrass has taken over from Howson on the right wing with Tettey dropping into central midfield. It's all Norwich at the start of the second period with Hull set up to hit them on the break
Just been having a chat with a number of other journalists and we still can't work out why Sagbo was dismissed. There has been no conclusive camera shots of the flash point but it was rather telling that there were no complaints from the Hull players
A highly-controversial first half comes to an end at the KC Stadium with Hull a goal up, but a man down. Robbie Brady's 22nd minute penalty the difference
Tettey charges through the middle with no-one tracking him but Johnson's throughball is overhit and drifts out for a goal-kick
A petty pull from Tettey hands Hull a free-kick right on the edge of the Norwich box. Chance for the hosts...
Since the red card Hull have shifted Aluko through the middle on his own. He is causing Norwich problems, too. After turning Turner he plays the ball inside to Livermore, who places his left foot shot well wide
More pressure from Norwich but Johnson, after working some space on the edge of the box, slices his shot into row Z
Norwich work the nine outfield men of Hull from left to right, Howson swings in a cross, but Van Wolfswinkel heads over
Back to the game and Hull continue to press forward. Koren makes a break but his speculative long-range effort with the outside of his right foot sails over
The incident stemmed from a Norwich corner, where Turner appeared to be pushed to the floor when going for a header. A skirmish followed and referee Jones pulled out a red. The home fans are in a state of shock
Very hard to tell what has happened there folks. An off the ball incident in the Hull box has seen Sagbo, who won a penalty for his side moments earlier, sent off!
Norwich have lost the way in the last 10 minutes or so after dominating the opening exchanges. Mis-communication between Martin and Garrido sees the former pass the ball straight out of play, much to the Hull fans' amusement
Just seen the replay and Turner can count himself very unlucky to have been penalised there. Referee Mike Jones saw it differently, however, and Hull lead against the run of play
Former Hull player Turner is adjudged to have hauled down Sagbo in the box and the penalty is given. Looked very, very soft
Over! Hull produce their best move of the match. Brady has looked lively and after his cross was cleared, Aluko split the Norwich defence with a deft backheel which sent Livermore clear through. The former Spurs midfielder composed himself but placed his left-footed effort over the top. Big chance goes begging for the Tigers
A very lacklustre start from Hull, who have been wasteful in possession. Norwich looking the more comfortable but the score remains goalless
Save! Redmond ghosts past former team-mate Davies and rifles a left-foot shot from 25 yards which forces McGregor into a diving save
Norwich are looking dangerous going forward and Hull look nervous at the back. Howson drills a cross low and hard and Van Wolfswinkel will feel he should have done better with his attempted prod towards goal
Frustration for the home fans as Aluko invitingly cuts the ball across the Norwich six yard box but there is no-one gambling
Close! Brilliant start from Norwich. Redmond starts the move before Van Wolfswinkel slips Howson into the box. With no shot on, Howson cuts the ball back to the supporting Whittaker, his cross is met by the head of Fer, but his effort is wide with McGregor beaten
Both teams are set up 4-5-1, Redmond makes and early break down the left for Norwich but Aluko tracks back well and snuffs out the danger
The atmosphere is building here at the KC and the house is almost full with 10 minutes until kick-off. Norwich have sold out what seems a pretty meagre allocation behind the goal to my left and the stadium is a sea of orange, black, yellow and green!
Mark Aspinall from Crewe has been in touch and says: "I expect this one to be tight and tense and expect a draw to be the outcome."
The sun has broken through the clouds here on Humberside and both sets of players are warming up on the pitch. Tweet your score predictions my way to @skysportsdrabs
Both sides show two changes to their starting XIs from the opening day. Former Tottenham duo Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore will make their full Hull debuts in place of David Meyler and Danny Graham, while Norwich also change two as Alexander Tettey and debutant Leroy Fer replace Elliott Bennett and Wes Hoolahan. Robert Snodgrass returns to the bench for the Canaries.
Despite being the bookmakers' favourites for relegation, Steve Bruce has been extremely bullish in his programme notes, saying: "I want to build something lasting here, a legacy that me and this club can be proud of."