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Manchester City will return to the comforts of the Etihad stadium as they face Hull on Saturday still reeling from their shock defeat to Cardiff last weekend.
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The 2011/2012 Champions went down 3-2 to the Premiership new boys last weekend and they will another promoted side this weekend in the shape of Steve Bruce’s Tigers.
Thankfully for Manuel Pellegrini a Manchester City side has not lost in successive games in the Premier League in almost three years and against a Hull City that has claimed 7 points from a possible 75 in their last 25 away games that record is likely to be extended.
Given Hull’s yo-yo status in recent years it’s no surprise that Premier League meetings be-tween the two teams are few and far between and with one win each from 4 previous clashes including a famous 2-1 win in their last meeting in 2010 Steve Bruce will be confident in his sides ability to defy the odds ahead of their trip to Manchester City.
Despite an almost-to-be-expected defeat to Chelsea in their opening game, Hull have built on their impressive showing at Stamford Bridge to rack up back to back wins, beating Norwich 1-0 last weekend before securing a similar result away to Leyton Orient in the Capital One cup midweek.
Irish International Robbie Brady has proved the catalyst for the two wins, with his penalty the difference in Premier League clash with the Canaries before he followed up that match winning effort, this time, coming off the bench in the extra time win at the Matchroom stadium.
Bruce has no new injury worries coming into the game with Yannick Sagbo suspended fol-lowing his red card last weekend and Stephen Quinn still recovering from an injured ham-string.
Manchester City meanwhile enjoyed the luxury of not having to play midweek, one of the many perks of securing Champions League qualification but there was still plenty of work to do as Pellegrini shifted through the wrecks of that shock 3-2 defeat to Cardiff.
The 4-0 win opening day win over Newcastle came at a price with the loss of Vincent Kompany and the Belgian star’s leadership was missed in the Welsh Capital.
The return of Matija Nastasic after an ankle injury should help bolster the defence.
Of equal concern for Pellegrini is the declining form of Joe Hart with the England number looking very uncomfortable between the sticks. There has been speculation that the Chilean could drop Hart for the game with Hull in an effort to take the 26 year old out of the firing line.
City took maximum points from all three home fixtures against newly promoted sides last season but wins against Southampton, Reading and West Ham and they will hope to make it 6 points out of 6 on home soil on Saturday.
This one one gets underway at 12:45 Saturday.