Last Updated: 20/12/14 5:19pm
Luck does not appear to be on the Tigers side. When they do get some positive possession, they seem unable to get the ball on target.
Gomis with a great chance from an Emnes cross, but his flick can only bounce off the post. It looks like Bony will be joining the fun soon.
Aluko catches Taylor with a 'striker's tackle'. The Welsh defender is receiving treatment. More badly timed, than malicious.
Emnes did have the chance to get himself on the scoresheet, but his effort went wide and Swansea are still leading 1-0.
Decent chance for the home side. Elmohamady crosses from the right wing but Jelavic can only send his header straight into Fabianski's hands.
Chester loses the ball in the middle of the park, but Dyer can't get his cross to Gomis and it is collected by McGregor.
Although Hull look like they're trying to get back into the game, Swansea are closing down all their attacks very quickly and the attacking players aren't offering each other the necessary support.
The homes side win a free-kick on the edge of the box after Routledge is deemed to have fouled Ramirez.
Garry Monk will be keeping his fingers crossed that his team hold onto their lead. This season they have lost 16 points from winning positions - the worst in the league.
We're back, with Swansea starting the second-half and going from right to left. The visitors lead 1-0.
Jelavic has the ball in the back of the net but the ref had already blown the whistle for offside. Hull fans starting to get on the players backs.
Great shot by Robertson after he makes his own space out on the left. Comes flying off the post, with Fabianski beaten.
Dyer plays in Ki, who spots Shelvey on the edge of the box. Shelvey's takes a shot which comes of Ki's elbow and wrong-foots McGregor. Poor defending from Hull in the build-up.
Unhappy Steve Bruce after the linesman signals the ball is out of play. It didn't look like the whole ball crossed the line. But Swansea get the benefit.
Neither team allowing the other to settle. Jelavic and Routledge both shoot wide for their respective teams. Match could be decided on who deals with the other sides pace better.
Ten minutes to go, and Steve Bruce must know that he needs a win soon or it will be a stressful festive period. Swansea have never lost three league games in a row.
Lots of Christmas jumpers in the KC crowd for the last home game before Christmas. It looks like the club shop has done a roaring trade on Tiger jumpers.
This was supposed to be the season that Hull City kicked on after losing their first FA Cup final to Arsenal. Unfortunately they have won just two of their 16 games this season.
The teams are warming up, with just over 30 minutes until kick-off. Gomis makes his first start for Swansea since September. Definitely a man with something to prove.
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There have been seven changes to the Swansea team that lost out at Tottenham, to a late Erikson goal.
Bruce and Hernandez have returned to the starting XI today, in place of Aluko and Dawson - who is out with a hamstring injury.
Swansea sit ninth in the league, while the Tigers are second from bottom as we approach the hectic Christmas period.
Swansea may have picked the best time to visit the KC, as Hull's last win was 10 weeks ago when they beat Crystal Palace 2-0.
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Lining up against them for Swansea is: Fabianski, Taylor, Sung Yeung, Williams, Shelvey, Dyer, Carroll, Routledge, Gomis, Richards, Fernandez.
And here is the starting line-up's. Hull: McGregor, Bruce, Chester, Davies (c), Meyler, Hernandez, Livermore, Jelavic, Ramirez, robertson, Elmohamady.