Hull manager Steve Bruce knows few will fancy his side to upset Arsenal tonight but says nothing can be taken for granted in football.
Hull City owner further inflames tensions with fans after telling opponents to his name change plans they can "die as soon as they want".
Preview ahead of Hull City's Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Bernard Noble from the Official Supporters Club has spoken to Calendar after the FA said no action would be taken against Assem Allam over comments he made about fans.
The Football Association has confirmed it is not taking any action against Hull City owner Assem Allam over comments made this weekend about fans opposed to him changing the name of the club. He described the City Till We Die group as hooligans saying "They can die as soon as they want."
The FA says it is investigating comments made by Hull City owner Assem Allam before yesterday's win over Liverpool. The Egyptian businessman was criticising fan group City Till We Die - who are campaigning against his plans to change the club's name - and said they can die as soon as they want.
Football's governing body says it is looking into comments made by Hull City owner Assam Allem before yesterday's win over Liverpool.
The Egyptian businessman was criticising fan group City Till We Die - who are campaigning against his plans to change the club's name - and said they can die as soon as they want. He also said those protesting the change were a militant minority of hooligans. His comments have angered some fans.
Hull City hope to maintain their unbeaten home start to the season when they welcome manager-less Crystal Palace.
Hull have won three and drawn two of their five games at the KC Stadium this season, but despite an encouraging start to life back in the top flight the Tigers are only four points above the relegation zone.
Manager Steve Bruce knows a defeat could suck them down towards the bottom.
Hull City should welcome back goalkeeper, Allan McGregor, after a thigh injury, along with a fully fit Robbie Brady, for their Saturday clash with Crystal Palace.
A further boost for Hull boss, Steve Bruce, are Gedo and Maynor Figueroa returning from international duty with no injury concerns.
However, midfielder Stephen Quinn is to be out for around five weeks with an injured hamstring.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce has responsed to owner Assam Allam's intention to change the football club's name from Hull City AFC to Hull Tigers by saying the team will "play in pink and white stripes" if the owner asks them, due to the financial support he has given the club.
Speaking ahead of Hull's home clash with Crystal Palace, Bruce also acknowledged the tradition of the club, and that many fans will be unhappy at the change.
Rob Wilson, a sports finance expert at Sheffield Hallam University, says he does not see the sense behind changing Hull City's name to 'Hull Tigers'.
Hull City supporter Ian Waterson says the fans have not been properly consulted about the potential name change for the club.