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West Ham United - Hull City
Premier League - 17 December 2016
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FT: 1-0. Completely against the run of play, West Ham win. You have to feel for Hull, but that's seven away defeats in a row now and they haven't scored away from home for more than 500 minutes.
Ogbonna is fouled in midfield and that should be that.
Marshall saves a weak effort from Payet, who had dribbled past two Hull players.
There will be four extra minutes.
Snodgrass tees up Maguire from a tight angle but Randolph is equal to his shot.
Antonio is played in behind Hull's defence and just as he's about to pull the trigger Clucas makes a spectacular sliding tackle.
- OffTom HuddlestoneHull City
- OnJarrod BowenHull City
Bowen on for Huddlestone with Hull's last roll of the dice.
Marshall tips the free-kick, which was straight at him, over the bar.
- Yellow cardMarkus HenriksenHull City
Henriksen fells Payet, earning a booking and giving Payet a chance from the set piece.
Snodgrass and Diomande exchange passes down the right but can't quite manufacture a chance.
Payet shoots over from a free-kick.
Diomande is correctly flagged offside after being put through on goal.
The phrase 'daylight robbery' springs to mind.
Dawson was booked shortly before the penalty was awarded too.
- Goal by penaltyMark NobleWest Ham United
GOAL! 1-0. Noble slides the ball into the corner past Marshall, who dived the wrong way.
PENALTY! Antonio is adjudged to have been pulled down by Huddlestone battling for a bouncing ball in the box.
The two Hull subs lead a counter-attack that, someone, doesn't result in a shot.
- OffDieumerci MbokaniHull City
- OnAdama DiomandeHull City
Diomande is also on for Mbokani, who missed a few chances but was a real handfull.
- OffJake LivermoreHull City
- OnMarkus HenriksenHull City
Two Norwegians on for Hull. First Henriksen in place of Livermore.
Snodgrass looks to curl one into the top corner but puts it just over.
The game is so fractured that Carroll is currently filling in at right-back.
Off the line again! Maguire heads into the ground, past Randolph from the corner but Fernandes is on hand to head off his own line.
The game's really opened up now. First Ayew has a header cleared off the line and then Hull break but Clucas' control lets him down when through on goal and Hull have to settle for a corner.
Carroll rises highest to head Noble's cross back across goal and Marshall has to move quickly to stop Antonio have a tap-in.
- Yellow cardMark NobleWest Ham United
Noble is booked for a poor, studs-up tackle on Hudlestone where, fortunately for both parties, there wasn't any contact.
Off the post again! Robertson is unmarked down the left again and after being picked out by Huddlestone smashes a shot off the far post. Kouyate has no idea what he's doing at right-back.
Off the post! Robertson roams free down the left and his cross is headed onto his own post by Noble.
It's now 450 minutes since Hull scored an away goal in the Premier League.
Hull break from another West Ham corner and end up winning one of their own after Reid puts a Clucas pass behind.
Kouyate is now at right-back, with West Ham having switched to a back four. Fernades is in central midfield and Antonio and Ayew are on either wing.
Robertson's deflected cross almost falls from Snodgarss just inside the box but he can't quite reach it.
Some pushing and posturing between Robertson and Kouyate after the latter tackled the former. The referee doesn't have time for it.
From a Hull free-kick, West Ham look to break and have a three-on-one opportunity until Payet's pass is cut out.
- OffPedro ObiangWest Ham United
- OnEdimilson FernandesWest Ham United
Lanzini and Obiang were the two men to get the chop.
- 2nd Half
The second half is underway.
- OffManuel LanziniWest Ham United
- OnAndré AyewWest Ham United
West Ham are going to be making two chances at half-time, with Fernandes and Ayew both coming on.
- End of 1st Half
HT: 0-0. Boos at the break for West Ham, who have been very poor and are lucky to be level. Mbokani hit the post with the game's best chance and Hull have squandered other too.
Great turn by Mbokani to beat Ogbonna, who brings him down 30 yards out and is lucky not to be booked.
Three minutes of stoppage time for West Ham to survive.
Maguire is the furthest man forward as Hull break and while Robertson's cross doesn't reach him it almost ends in a goal as Obiang's interception dribbles just wide of the post.
Lovely turn from Snodgrass to get away from Obiang and he then slips in Livermore who shoots well wide from the edge of the box.
Maguire shoots straight at Randolph, who saves comfortably. Hull very much on top.
Mbokani controls Dawson's flick-on with his chest and then volleys goalwards from just inside the box but slices narrowly over. Not everything's coming off for him but he's getting involved a lot.
- Yellow cardPedro ObiangWest Ham United
Obiang catches Clucas with a late tackle where studs were on show and he'll have Boxing Day off.
Payet hits the free-kick well, but it's straight at Marshall who catches the ball.
- Yellow cardJake LivermoreHull City
Livermore picks up a deserved booking after catching Carroll with a high stray boot after failing to pinch the ball. The free-kick is in Payet range.
Lanzini goes down again and receives some treatment but is coming back on.
Another Payet corner is taken very deep and it again breaks for Hull to break. Mbokani plays in Clucas who's unmarked in the area and, despite taking a touch to steady himself, smashes over.
Lanzini's down now but will be alright to carry on.
What a save! Maguire meets the Snodgrass corner but his powerful header is kept out by Randolph who was at full stretch diving to his left.
Hull are enjoying a good spell and have now won their first corner.
Off the post! Mbokani is suddenly racing through on goal after a misjudged backpass from Cresswell but his shot bounces back off the post and across the face of goal.
Hull break quickly and work the ball to Mbokani who shoots just wide from the edge of the box, although Randolph had it covered.
Another West Ham corner, another deep cross from Payet. This time Carroll wins the header but it's cleared.
Snodgrass looks to have been played through but can't take the ball down properly and then scuffs his shot into the ground.
A second corner is worked back to Payet who Hull afford far too much space in the box but when he decides to shoot, from no more than ten yards out, it's deflected wide.
Antonio wins a corner as Robertson falls over again, taking the ball with him.
Sometimes clubs try too hard on Twitter.
Marshall punches a cross as far as Lanzini, who promptly goes past Robertson but sees his cross blocked by the Scot who had fallen over.
Play resumes with Marshall still on but wincing.
Marshall looks to have a groin issue, having deliberately thrown the ball out of play so he can receive some treatment.
Huddlestone heads away Payet's free-kick.
Snodgrass trips Payet down West Ham's right, giving them a free-kick in a good position.
Lanzini crosses from a pretty central position, looking for Antonio, but Marshall claims.
Lanzini has the first shot of the match, a tame effort from the 25 yards that is blocked.
Antonio takes a throw-in that bounces in play but then goes out because of the spin on the ball. Highlight of the game so far.
Noble gets the game underway.
Both teams are wearing their home kits and the pitchside bubble machines are firing on all cylinders.
Lee Mason is the man with the whistle today, and is about to lead the two teams onto the pitch.
A concerning stat for West Ham - they've have dropped 12 points from winning positions which is more than any other team in the league.
Another worrying stat for Hull - the aggregate score in their last six away games in 19-2, and they haven't scored in any of the last four.
he's played all over the park this season and it looks like he'll be at right-back again today.
Mike Phelan was been pretty realistic when he spoke to the media before this match. "We know that every game we play – be it West Ham, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham – they are all going to be difficult games," he said. "Yes, we have lost games but the players are putting everything into their chance in the Premier League.” Not exactly a glowing endorsement of their chances.
A reminder of the teams in full. WEST HAM UNITED: Randolph, Kouyate, Reid, Ogbonna, Antonio, Noble, Obiang, Cresswell, Lanzini, Payet, Carroll. Subs: Adrian, Nordtveit, Ayew, Feghouli, Fernandes, Fletcher, Quina. /// HULL CITY: Marshall, Elmohamady, Maguire, Dawson, Davies, Robertson, Livermore, Huddlestone, Clucas, Snodgrass, Mbokani. Subs: Jakupovic, Meyler, Maloney, Weir, Diomande, Henriksen, Bowen.
Included in that run, obviously, is the last time these teams met. Another goal for Carroll today?
The recent history favours West Ham in this fixture. They've won six league home games against Hull on the bounce.
Bilic also said he was "thrilled" that Reece Oxford signed a new four-and-a-half-year contract at the club and that he's been impressed by Andy Carroll, who's been training "like crazy" and is a player with whom "you know you will always get impact and determination". He starts again this afternoon.
In his program notes, Slaven Bilic has said that "Hull are playing really good football and I like the way they play." Very respectful, although many would disagree.
West Ham's midweek win over Burnley has lifted them to 15th and another win today could see the Hammers go 13th, while for Hull it's an altogether more bleak picture. They're currently 19th and even if they win today won't get out of the bottom three, assuming there's not a 15-goal swing between them and Middlesbrough.
Hull themselves have made one change to the side who succumbed to Spurs in midweek, with Dieumerci Mbokani back from suspension and replacing Adama Diomande.
Here's the Hammers side they will be up against.
Good afternoon and welcome to live coverage of West Ham versus Hull City, where the Tigers have the chance to end a run of six away league defeats on the bounce at the London Stadium.