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12th takes on 15th this weekend as inconsistent duo Hull and Tottenham meet at the KC Stadium on Sunday.
Just three points separates the pair heading into the weekend and both could wake up Sunday further down the standings depending on results elsewhere.
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Hull are without a win in their last four games, drawing with both Liverpool and Aston Villa before crashing to defeats to Southampton and lowly Burnley.
Spurs for their part have won two of their last five but will head into the clash with three defeats in four having lost to Newcastle, Manchester City and Stoke. Away games appear to suit the Londoners at the moment especially as Mauricio Pochettino’s men have won just one of their last five homes games.
Away from the pressure and expectation of White Hart Lane, the club have fared better, winning two and drawing two of their last five games. Last time on the road they came from behind to beat Aston Villa 2-1.
Tottenham will be without Kyle Naughton as he serves the first of a two game ban for his red card against Stoke. The defender was sent off for denying a goal scoring opportunity against the Potters with his one-match suspension extended to two as this was his second red card of the season.
Andros Townsend will be assessed after pulling out of the England squad to face Slovenia and Scotland while Kyle Walker remains sidelined with a pelvic injury.
Hull meanwhile will be without long-term absentee Robert Snodgrass as well as Alex Bruce however Curtis Davies is expected to be fit after going off against Burnley with a back injury.
Tom Huddlestone could start the game on the bench. The former Tottenham has been an ever-present this season but has struggled to reach the levels of last season and was taken off after 51 minutes last time out.
Huddlestone could be replaced by one of Stephen Quinn or David Meyler, both of whom impressed whilst on International duty with the Republic of Ireland.