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Hull City manager Phil Brown could find himself out of job by the end of this weekend should his team not beat Stoke City when the two teams clash in their next Premiership match on Sunday. Catch all the live Premiership action from that game by signing up with us here on Live Sport Network.
Just three wins in whole of 2009 has put tremendous pressure on Brown and with former chairman Paul Duffen resigning from his position, Brown's tenure at the KC Stadium looks further in doubt. While there were reports that Brown has resigned last weekend or was to be sacked following the appointment of Adam Pearson as the new chairman, Pearson has revealed that the 50-year old will be in charge of the match against Stoke.
The Tigers slumped to their seventh defeat of the season as they were completely outplayed by Burnley. Graham Alexander opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 20th minute before wrapping up the points with a second 13 minutes from the final whistle.
Hull will be without key player Geovanni with the midfielder sent off during the game against Burnley. However Jimmy Bullard could be available for selection after recovering from a shin injury.
With Hull struggling for form, Stoke City will be confident of extending their unbeaten streak to five games and consolidate their position in the top half of the league table. A good start to the season has seen Stoke collect 16 points from their first seven games to sit ninth in the table.
Stoke looked on course for a third successive victory after taking a 2-0 lead against Wolves last weekend. The Potters opened the scoring with an own goal by George Elokobi in the 17th minute before Matthew Etherington doubled just before half time. However, Wolves fought back right from the start in the second half with Jody Craddock reducing the deficit in the 46th minute before restoring parity in the 64th minute to help his side collect a point from the game. Catch all the live football feeds from this game here on Live Sport Network.
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