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Preview: Hull City -Vs- Sheffield Wednesday

Hull City return to league action today as Sheffield Wednesday are welcomed to the KC Stadium in front of the Sky cameras.

City`s last league fixture at the KC was the memorable demolition of a poor Leeds United side, although that high has been subdued slightly after a 0-0 draw with Blackpool and poor draw with Leyton Orient, although City did field a weakened side.

Steve Bruce will revert to his first choice team for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday with all players fit apart from long term absentees Joe Dudgeon and Matty Fryatt. Bruce will also be recalling David Meyler and Robbie Brady, who have both made their loan moves permanent in the last seven days for a combined fee of 3.5 million.

Sheffield Wednesday start the day in the bottom three but have been improved on the road recently. They welcome back Jeremy Helan but are without David Prutton who is suspended.

Earlier in the season, City overcome Sheffield Wednesday thanks to a late strike from Aaron Mclean.

Vital Hull Prediction: Hull City 3 - 0 Sheffield Wednesday




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Writer: Matt Wilson Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 12 2013

Time: 2:27PM

 

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