Hull City v Arsenal odds as the Tigers look a big price to upset Arsenal’s Champions League aspirations at 7/2.
Hull and Arsenal meet later today in a dress rehearsal for next month’s FA Cup final.
While the excitement is building for both sets of fans ahead of the May 17th showpiece there is still plenty of football left to be played for both sides.
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, despite sitting 13th in the table, are not safe from relegation. Steve Bruce’s men are currently on 36 points, just 6 points or two wins away from third from bottom Fulham.
Arsenal meanwhile is locked in a tug of war with Everton for the final Champions league spot. Arsene Wenger’s men temporarily moved back into fourth spot midweek with a come-from-behind 3-1 win over West Ham but they slipped back into fifth place 24 hours later as Everton beat Crystal Palace.
The Gunners will once again be first up this weekend with the Toffee’s set to play Manchester United on Sunday.
Wenger handed a debut to January signing Kim Kallstrom midweek and the Swedish star was delighted to finally get on the field of play after an injury hit start to life in London.
“It was truly fun to get to play 90 minutes and terrific to won. It is obvious that it feels very good, you play together with very skilled players here.
“Of course, it feels good that you are starting to play your part. The more playing time you get, the easier it becomes to get into it.”
The on-loan midfielder is poised to make his second start on Saturday although with Aaron Ramsey returning to action the Swedish star may have to be content with a place on the bench.
Mesut Ozil could also hand Arsenal a huge boost. The German star has been missed since March with a hamstring injury but he is line to return at Hull although it remains to be seen if he starts the game.
The Gunners will once again be without Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott while Abou Diaby has returned to training but is unlikely to play this season after a lengthy spell out.
Hull meanwhile will have Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic back after they were ineligible for the FA Cup win over Sheffield United last weekend.
However the pair may have to contend with places on the bench with replacements Yannick Sagbo, and Matty Fryatt along with midfielder Stephen Quinn all producing goal-scoring displays against the league two side.