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Leeds are still without a win after letting a 2-0 lead slip against Bristol.
FT. Bristol City 2-2 #lufc. A late second-half comeback from the hosts sees the spoils shared at Ashton Gate.
Hull have moved into the top three after a 2-1 win at home to Fulham.
Sheffield Wednesday rescued a point thanks to a 90th minute equaliser from Modou Sougou at home to Reading.
In League One, Doncaster were held to a goaless draw by Southend at the Keepmoat Stadium. Scunthorpe lost 3-0 at title favourites Wigan Athletic.
Hull midfielder Jake Livermore was reportedly struggling with the death of his child when he tested positive for cocaine last season.
Livermore tested positive for the Class A drug after the Tigers' 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in April and was suspended pending a Football Association hearing.
It is understood that Hull were fully aware Livermore was battling difficult personal circumstances and the Daily Mail reported on Thursday that his failed test came just days after the results of an inquest into the death of his baby.
Livermore remains suspended by Hull, who will not take questions on the 25-year-old until the FA investigation is resolved.
The club are unable to comment on Jake Livermore until his case with the Football Association concludes.
A failed in-competition test for a 'social' drug such as cocaine carries a maximum two-year ban.
The 25-year-old originally joined Hull on loan from Tottenham for the 2013/14 season, making the deal permanent in an £8million deal last summer.
He has one England cap, having appeared in a 2-1 friendly win over Italy in 2012.
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Hull striker Dame N'Doye has completed a £2.2million move to Trabzonspor.
The Senegalese striker arrived from Lokomotiv Moscow on deadline day in January and made an immediate impact, scoring three times in his first four appearances.
He went on to score both goals in the victory over Crystal Palace but ended the season on a five-game scoreless streak as the Tigers slipped out of the Barclays Premier League.
N'Doye cost £3million but had a buy-out clause of £800,000 below that following relegation, a fee which the Turkish club have met.
He was absent from the squad that beat Huddersfield 2-0 on Saturday, having flown to discuss personal terms with Trabzonspor.
The 30-year-old has agreed a three-year deal.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes that the Tigers can put last season's Premier League relegation behind them fight for promotion from the Championship:
Hull City are understood to be close to signing Arsenal's Isaac Hayden on loan.
The 20-year-old defender made his debut for the Gunners in 2013 in a League Cup game against West Brom and has represented England at youth levels.
As expected Hull City have today sold both defender James Chester to West Brom and Robbie Brady to Norwich.
Brady didn't travel with the team to their pre-season training camp in Austria, but our sports reporter Chris Dawkes did.
He has been speaking to manager Steve Bruce about his plans for the coming season after the club were relegated from the Premier League in May:
DEPARTURE: We can confirm that Robbie Brady has completed his move to @norwichcityfc for an undisclosed fee
DEPARTURE: We would like to place on record our thanks to Robbie for his service and wish him well for the future