Last Updated: 18/01/14 7:00pm
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Man of the Match accolade is heading to Robert Snodgrass of Norwich this evening. Plenty of attacking threat and great deliveries from the Canaries playmaker.
All over at Carrow Road and Ryan Bennett's header proves to be the difference. A 1-0 win for Norwich over Hull will take some of the pressure off Chris Hughton as the Canaries rise to 12th in the Premier League standings.
Could be a final chance for Hull as Elmohamady sends a cross to the back post, where Davies heads just wide.
Norwich should have doubled their lead as Becchio and Hooper both had chances as Hull scramble the ball away from the free-kick.
Tom Huddlestone is sent for an early bath by Howard Webb. Comes in late on Fer and Webb sees it as second bookable offence. Maybe slightly harsh on the Hull midfielder.
Amazing how quick Hull get burst into action after going behind. They come down the left and win a corner but it is cleared by the Norwich defence.
GOAL! Norwich find the breakthrough late as Ryan Bennett rises above Alex Bruce to head home from Snodgrass' corner.
Classic piece of counter attacking play from Norwich and Olsson sends a tempting ball into the path of Hooper but Rosenior races in to save Hull. Fantastic block by the defender.
Hull stride forward with Huddlestone, he looks to feed the ball in for Elmohamady but he runs straight into traffic.
Final change for Hull as Robert Koren is replaced by Matty Fryatt. The skipper hands the armband to deputy Curtis Davies.
Hooper is lurking on the edge of the Hull box as Norwich launch the ball forward but Figueroa steps in to make an excellent clearance.
Ricky Van Wolfswinkel is withdrawn and replaced by Luciano Becchio as Chris Hughton freshens up his attacking force.
Martin send it deep into the box and a scramble ensues as Van Wolfswinkel, Bassong and Bennett all take a stab at the ball, which is eventually cleared by Hull.
Norwich start to clear their lines but only as far as the half-way line as Elmohamady strides down the right.
The visitors are full of intent now as Jelavic comes down the right, Koren and Boyd await the cross but it sails through. Too, too heavy from the debutant.
Hull send the ball long in search of Jelavic, who is in behind Bassong, but the Norwich defender comes round and clears with ease.
Hull win the ball back and race towards the half-way line but Livermore's ball for Jelavic is far too heavy.
Pilkington straight into the fray as Norwich break down the left and Davies forced to concede the throw-in.
Hooper finds himself in some space on the edge of the box and his shot goes straight in the hands of McGregor, which to the disapproval of Van Wolfswinkel.
Free-kick for Norwich after Boyd jumps into Snodgrass, who is unimpressed by Webb's decision not to book the Hull substitute.
Boyd gets straight in on the action as he combines with Livermore in the midfield before Johnson intercepts for Norwich.
Steve Bruce makes his first tactical switch of the match as George Boyd comes on to replace Yannick Sagbo.
Norwich look to use their options on the left this time as Olsson skips away and wins a throw-in for the hosts.
Snodgrass whips the corner in and it's met by the rising Fer but the header soars over the crossbar.
Norwich race forward with Snodgrass, who lays off to Martin on the right and the pair hustle their way down the touchline to win a corner.
Ball drops into the path of Van Wolfswinkel, who fluffs his shot in the middle of the box. There were several Hull bodies in the way, he would have done well to get it through the crowd has he connected.
Sagbo turns well on the half-way line to find Rosenior, who comes down the wing and crosses towards Jelavic, whose diving header goes out for a goal-kick.
Norwich break away on the counter attack and Snodgrass crosses from the right but Livermore is back to clear Hull's line.
Corner for Hull this time as Jelavic presses against Olsson to win the set piece. Good endeavour from the forward.
Snodgrass' ball is cleared straight away and the return comes from Norwich but Fer was coming from an offside position. Reprieve for Hull.
Jelavic has been asked to pop off and get his blood mopped up but returns quickly. Norwich continue to press but Huddlestone gets in the way and the hosts win a corner off the head of Bruce.
Snodgrass is off down the right yet again but Rosenior manages to get a foot in to stop the attack this time.
Brief break in play there as Jelavic wipes away the blood from his nose. It was a powerful strike from Snodgrass and the Croatian looks to be in some pain.
Johnson and Snodgrass stand over the ball, 25 to 30 yards out. It is the latter who steps forward and fires straight into the wall. Jelavic is down after taking Snodgrass' strike in the face.
Yellow card for Huddlestone this time. He was beaten for pace by Johnson as Norwich break away and the Hull midfielder drags him to ground. Good position for Norwich.
Hull break away on the counter attack and Sagbo's cross is deflected away for a corner. Huddlestone's cross falls to Livermore on the edge of the box but his shot is repelled by Gutierrez.
Snodgrass races away and gets the better of Rosenior but is unable to pick out a teammate in the middle. The Hull full-back is giving Snodgrass far too much space to get onto his favoured left foot.
Rosenior is booked for coming in from behind on Snodgrass after some nice link-up play from Norwich.
The Canaries continue to press into Hull territory with Martin but his cross from the right is allowed to run through the box.
Fer picks out Martin, who is racing down the right, but he is cut off by Figueroa. Norwich get the throw-in.
Lewis has been in touch via Twitter, he says: "Yellows, Yellows, Yellows. Go on you Norwich lads. Tettey off the bench to win it. Need to get Hooper in the game more."
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Howard Webb calls time on the first half and we remain goalless at Carrow Road. Hull have undoubtedly enjoyed the best chances. Jelavic should have scored a goal two minutes into his debut and Rosenior also came close. Van Wolfswinkel was also guilty of squandered a couple of chances on goal at the other end. As it stands, all square at the break.
Huddlestone's ball heads towards the back post and goes straight through. There was a deflection and Webb awards the corner to Hull. Davies attacked Huddlestone's delivery well but he can't trouble Ruddy.
Johnson dives in heavy on Koren and there can be no arguments from the Norwich midfielder as Webb produces the yellow card. Free-kick for Hull in a decent position.
Hull hit Norwich on the counter attack but Jelavic gets the ball caught between his feet, should he have been able to get it onto his right foot he could have got the shot away. As it is, Norwich step in and clear the threat.
Deep free-kick from Norwich is floated into the box and drops into Van Wolfswinkel's path but his shot drifts wide of the post.
The fourth official has indicated five minutes added time. Free-kick for Norwich after Koren comes in from behind on Snodgrass.
Hull get the game back underway but Norwich clear with ease as they look to send the long ball to Jelavic.
Van Wolfswinkel stayed down some time and looked to be in real pain. Good news is, he's back up and seems ready to return to action.
Martin off down the right and he crosses towards the back post and there is a collision of heads between Davies and Van Wolfswinkel. Both players stay down and Webb calls for immediate medical attention.
Nice triangular play from Norwich down the left and Hooper turns inside to shoot but Bruce blocks. The deflection fell into the path of Snodgrass and he fires a stinging shot on target and McGregor makes a fine diving save.
The resulting free-kick from Snodgrass is far too heavy and it floats straight out of play. Hull opt for the route one ball towards Jelavic, but he is unable to control it as Bassong steps in.
Figueroa becomes the first man into the book as he drags Snodgrass down after the winger beat him for pace down the right-hand side.
Spell of dominant Norwich possession leads to a throw-in for the hosts, which is given to Van Wolfswinkel and Hull quickly step in to intercept.
Hull are the ones on the back foot after a bright start. Norwich continue to press into Tigers' territory as Snodgrass and Hooper link up down the right.
Snodgrass gets it in once again and a nice touch from Gutierrez keeps it in the box but Olsson's header from the edge of the area fades out of play.
Ball comes over the top for Norwich and Hooper wins the race to get the cross in. Van Wolfswinkel is unable to steer home at the back post but Norwich get the corner. Pressure on the Hull defence here.
Norwich press forward and win another corner but Martin's cross from Snodgrass' corner can't get beyond the first defender.
Norwich awarded a free-kick on the half-way line now as Sagbo takes a swipe at Olsson. Delivery into the box is poor, however and Hull clear their lines with ease.
Snodgrass' corner is cleared down-field but comes straight back before running out of play for a Hull throw-in.
Snodgrass breaks the shackles and moves into Hull territory, he combines with Martin, before putting a cross into the box, which wins another corner for Norwich.
Norwich break back and Gutierrez puts a decent ball in towards Van Wolfwinkel but his acrobatic attempt is considered as dangerous play by referee Webb.
Huddlestone's delivery heads towards the danger area but is headed away, only as far as Rosenior, who sticks it back into the box but Webb calls a halt to the attack as he spots an infringement in the area.
Nice turn from Huddlestone on the half-way line and a well-weighted ball into the path of Sagbo. Hull managed to work a corner.
Snodgrass feeds the ball into the path of Martin on the left but the ball is cut out by Figueroa for a Norwich corner. It is a neat, floated delivery from Snodgrass but Bassong can't hit the target.
Johnson takes the ball in midfield but has few options, he picks out Gutierrez on the left and the loanee looks to cross but can only win a throw-in from the deflection.
Norwich fly on the counter attack with Snodgrass, he is taken down by a well-timed, but heavy, tackle from Figueroa. Snodgrass is down and in pain but walks away after a bit of treatment.
Free-kick for Hull this time as Johnson is penalised for bringing down Sagbo. Huddlestone sends the ball towards Rosenior but it is quickly cleared by Norwich.
Snodgrass sends it deep towards Bennett at the back post but McGregor comes early and collects well to defuse the situation.
Free-kick for Norwich, half way into Hull territory after Livermore tripped Snodgrass as he tried tracking back.
The hosts get some passes together on the half-way line and Johnson picks out Snodgrass, he takes on touch before shooting. Not going to cause McGregor too many problems from there.
Norwich well and truly pinned back in their own territory as Hull threaten to get the ball into the box. Snodgrass gets back and wins possession back for the hosts.
Hull are on the move, some patient build-up between Elmohamady and Rosenior on the right before the cross sails out of play on the opposite side.
James Chester is off down the tunnel, he is replaced by Maynor Figueroa, who makes his 200th Premier League appearance.
We get back underway and Hull are on the attack but Livermore's snap-shot has no chance of testing Ruddy in the Norwich goal.
Slight delay in play as Chester receives treatment in the centre circle. He hasn't been involved in a collision, looks muscular. Maynor Figueroa is warming up on the touchline.
Hull look to break down the Norwich defence as Sagbo and Livermore link up down the left, the resulting cross the latter goes way beyond Jelavic in the box.
CHANCE! Bad miss from Van Wolfswinkel. Norwich get the ball into the box and Snodgrass heads across goal from the back post and Van Wolfswinkel is unable to turn it home from five yards.
Koren's delivery fails to trouble the Norwich defence and Ruddy kicks straight down-field, only for the ball to run straight through to his opposite number McGregor.
Hull back on the front foot and Koren picks out Elmohamady on the edge of the box and races towards the back post but the cross is headed out for a corner.
The hosts are getting more involved now with Olsson and Gutierrez combining down the left, they are unable to get a cross in the box however.
Norwich get forward quickly as Johnson launches a long ball into the mix, it is poorly cleared by Davies and Snodgrass races in to take a shot, which fails to find the target.
Hull are back on the move and Jelavic holds up well on the edge of the box, he finds Koren, who crosses towards the back post but an on-rushing Rosenior is not able to keep the shot on target.
Van Wolfswinkel unleashes a shot, which is deflected out for the first set piece of the match. Snodgrass' corner was right in the danger area but Jelavic stood tall to head clear.
After an initial scare Norwich are looking to get in on the act themselves as Hooper and Van Wolfswinkel stride forward.
CHANCE! Jelavic almost makes an immediate impact! Livermore was away down the left and he cut the ball back into the Croatian, who was well positioned in the box but he was unable to steer it home. Probably should have netted from there.
Hull quickly gather the ball and look to settle in by stringing a series of passes across the back line.
It is Norwich who get us underway, in their traditional yellow and green. Hull are wearing their away blue strip this afternoon.
Here comes Chris Hughton, there will be plenty of eyes on him today, with many suggesting defeat today could spell the end for the Norwich manager.
Our referee this afternoon is Mr Howard Webb, who earlier this week received news he would be England's only referee at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Stuart Burt and John Flynn are our linesmen, while Stephen Martin stands in as fourth official.
Tom Tindall, a Norwich fan, believes Hull have what it takes today, he says: "I think a 1-0 win for Hull and Hughton to be sacked tonight."
I can also tell you that Hull are unbeaten in their last three visits to Carrow Road and will look to complete a double over the hosts after a Robbie Brady penalty sealed victory in the return fixture; while Norwich have not beaten Hull for seven years, their last triumph a 2-1 win in the Championship.
1) Norwich striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel has managed only four shots on target in 12 Premier League appearances.
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Norwich fan, Daniel Chaplin believes today could be do-or-die for manager Chris Hughton, he claims: "It's a must win game for Norwich today I think not only for us to survive bit also to keep CH in a job. I think we will just do it with a 2-1 win, Hooper and RVW for Norwich, Jelavic for Hull."
Chris Moore disagrees, he's predicting a stalemate: "Another Saturday and another huge game for Norwich and the man at the helm. Even a win for Norwich today will just be papering over the cracks but has draw written all over it. 1-1."
Chris Green from Huddersfield was in touch early, he says: "Hull to win 2-1, with Huddlestone and Jelavic making it onto the scoresheet."
So, we have new men on show in both sides. Jonas Gutierrez gets his first start in the yellow of Norwich following his loan move from Newcastle this week. For Hull, Nikica Jelavic comes straight into the fray and leads the line, while fellow new signing Shane Long is forced to sit this one out with a slight knock.
Hull bench: Steve Harper, Maynor Figueroa, David Meyler, George Boyd, Abdoulaye Faye, Stephen Quinn, Matty Fryatt.
Norwich bench: Mark Bunn, Anthony Pilkington, Steven Whittaker, Nathan Redmond, Wesly Hoolahan, Luciano Becchio, Alex Tettey
Hull City starting XI: Allan McGregor, Liam Rosenior, Alex Bruce, Curtis Davies, James Chester, Tom Huddlestone, Robert Koren, Jake Livermore, Yannick Sagbo, Ahmed Elmohamady, Nikica Jelavic.
Norwich City starting XI: John Ruddy, Russell Martin, Sebastien Bassong, Ryan Bennett, Martin Olsson, Bradley Johnson, Leroy Fer, Jonas Gutierrez, Robert Snodgrass, Gary Hooper, Ricky Van Wolfswinkel.
Despite appearing comfortable in mid-table, only five points separate Hull from the relegation whirlwind and Bruce will hope victory over Norwich will affirm their seat in the top half of the table.
However, their present league status is more testament to their home form, with Hull managing to earn just five points on the road this term, with only Stoke able to match such a poor return away from home.
Steve Bruce will be happy with Hull's return thus far but concerns will be starting to rear their head with only one win in six top-flight matches.
Goals are rapidly becoming a concern for Hughton with Norwich only netting two goals in their last five Premier League fixtures, with striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel mustering just four shots on target in his last 12 outings.
Norwich suffered two defeats in the space of four days earlier in the week, losing 2-0 to Everton at Goodison Park in the league before being dumped out of the FA Cup by Fulham, losing their third-round replay 3-0 on Tuesday.
Chris Hughton enters the game knowing defeat could see his Norwich side well and truly plunged into the relegation mire, depending on results elsewhere.
Hull have fared much better than many expected on their return to the Premier League and currently sit 10th despite suffering back-to-back defeats.
Ben Hampshire here, on hand to guide you through proceedings this afternoon. As ever, I would love to hear your views and predictions. You can get in touch via the usual streams, Tweet me on @BH92 or you can email me directly by using Benjamin.Hampshire@bskyb.com.
Both sides enter the weekend looking to rediscover form, with Norwich winless in their last six outings, while Hull have endured back-to-back defeats.