Lee Chung-yong could feature for Crystal Palace for the first time since his January move from BoltonRead the full story ›
Hull failed to ease their relegation fears as Swansea closed in on their best-ever Barclays Premier League points totalRead the full story ›
Hull midfielder David Meyler says he is totally convinced the Tigers will hang on to their Premier League status.
Steve Bruce's side are in 15th place, three points off the relegation zone, but have a tough run-in with five of their last eight matches against clubs in the top seven of the Premier League.
Speaking ahead of the weekend meeting with Swansea, Meyler said: "We are not going down. We just have to get into the mentality that it is not good enough to accept the 3-2 defeat to Chelsea, even if they are likely Premier League champions.
"We had some great chances and we need to win these games when you get into those positions."
He added: "We're down to the last eight games now and this is where we have to earn our money.
"This is the period when everything will be decided so we've got eight games to make sure we finish as well as we can and that is what we aim to do.
"We finished 17th last season and at the moment, we're 15th this season so we're a little bit ahead."
Steve Bruce and Gus Poyet both attempted to downplay their touchline spat after an ill-tempered 1-1 draw between Hull and SunderlandRead the full story ›
A teenager has been jailed at Hull Crown Court after throwing bleach into the face of an aspiring modelRead the full story ›
Substitute James Milner struck a superb injury-time free-kick as lacklustre champions Man City rescued a point with a 1-1 draw against HullRead the full story ›
John Heald hanged himself in I wing of Hull Prison. During the trial he told jury he'd made attempts to kill himself.
Judge told jury that he could see they were shocked by the news. He discharged them, Police now investigating John Heald's death.
Bei Carter's family showed no reaction at Hull Crown Court as the news of John Heald's suicide was made public by the judge.
Prison Service now faces searching questions about how close supervision of John Heald was, given he had history of suicide bids
John Heald, 53, who was on trial for the murder of guest house landlady Bei Carter, has killed himself while waiting for the jury to reach a verdict, Hull Crown Court was told today.
Hull boss Steve Bruce says the club are close to agreeing a loan deal for a Premier League player - reported to be Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon.
Bruce has made no secret of the fact he wants to recruit some fresh faces to counter the threat of relegation with particular emphasis on bolstering a forward line hampered by injury and inconsistency.
Bruce didn't name Lennon but admits Saturday's game at the KC Stadium may come too early for any potential new signing.
"It's always nice top bring one or two in if you possibly can to give everyone a lift in the squad and that's what we've been working on really hard in the last couple of days," said Bruce. "Let's hope we can get them over the line."
"I wouldn't have thought it would be done by Saturday if I'm honest. We are working in particular on a loan deal but I wouldn't think it's going to get done before 12 o'clock. I would like to say it would be but I really can't see it."
Lennon has struggled for game time under new Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
A teenage model said she has been left blind in one eye after having bleach thrown in her face.
Victoria Smith, 17, who calls herself Toria Melody, was attacked after she left a party in Hull on Wednesday.
Humberside Police said a 17-year-old girl has been arrested on suspicion of attempting to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.
Writing on Facebook, the victim said: "One of my eyes is now physically impaired and I am blind in (it), I will most likely never receive my vision in my right eye again.
"The outer layer of my eyes are permanently damaged and my hair has turned green from the bleach and has fallen out at the front."
Miss Smith said she had previously been bullied and the attack had "100% set her back".
The female suspect was released on police bail pending further enquiries.