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- Hull can move out of relegation zone with win
- Burnley looking for first away win of the season
And that it is. It ends 1-1. Hull City miss the chance to move out of the bottom three, while Burnley remain without an away league win this season.
Burnley will have to hang on with 10 men after Ashley Barnes is shown a second yellow card.
He left a flaying arm into the face of Andrea Ranocchia and has to make the walk of shame.
Barnes had been shown a yellow card earlier on for dissent following the award of Hull's penalty.
A chance for Hull's Abel Hernandez, who has only been on the pitch for a few minutes, but he steers a header wide.
Hull boss Marco Silva gets a bit carried away and nearly becomes his side's 12th men by attempting to touch the ball, when it's still in play.
His Burnley counterpart Sean Dyche is not too impressed.
Omar Elabdellaoui goes off and Abel Hernandez comes on in Hull's final change.
John Odande: Hull score & are out of the bottom three for only four minutes before Burnley equalise to send them back to 19th. Cruel.
Hull substitute Oumar Niasse goes for the spectacular with an overhead kick, but, unfortunately for him, makes the small mistake of missing the ball.
He gave the penalty away, and now Burnley's Michael Keane has redeemed himself.
Robbie Brady's corner from the left wing finds its way to Keane at the back post, who has enough composure to bring the ball down on his chest and blast it from close range past Eldin Jakupovic. We are level again.
Tom Heaton gets a hand to Tom Huddlestone's penalty, but the Burnley goalkeeper cannot keep it out.
A furious Heaton boots the goalpost in anger. Hull lead. It has not been pretty, but the home fans will not care about that.
Needless from Michael Keane, who handles in the penalty area. Hull with a chance from the spot.
It came from a Hull corner and Keane, under pressure from a Hull man, led with his arm and was noticed by referee Martin Atkinson.
Tom Huddlestone to take.
Time to change things for Hull and Marco Silva makes a double substitution.
On come David Meyler and Oumar Niasse and off go Dieumerci Mbokani and Shaun Maloney.
Three corners in two minutes for Hull and the last one, from Andy Robertson, drifts harmlessly out. A good spell wasted
And another corner. Kamil Grosicki's deep corner is pushed behind by Clarets goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
And another corner comes soon after.
Corner to Hull...
It is getting better. Moments after Burnley go close at one end, Hull nearly score at the other.
The ball is played in front of Kamil Grosicki and he runs on and curls an effort at goal, but it is just wide of the post.
Unlucky. Andre Gray is getting more involved and the Burnley front man is very unlucky. The ball is played over the top and, under pressure at the edge of the penalty area, Gray is able to take a touch and drill a low attempt at goal.
It is just wide though and a let-off for the hosts. Burnley, seeking their first away league win of the season, are enjoying a good phase at the moment.
It might take something special to win this one and Burnley's Ashley Barnes tries his luck to make his mark. But the radar is off and his attempt from 30 yards flashes past the post.
Andre Gray, who has had a quiet afternoon so far, picks up the ball on the left wing and looks to cut inside on to his right foot. The Burnley man has a low shot from 20 yards out, but a sliding Andrea Ranocchia does well to get the block in.
Minutes later, Hull captain Tom Huddlestone is booked for taking out George Boyd.
A decent start from the hosts to the second half as Tom Huddlestone gets to the byeline and sends in a dangerous-looking cross and Burnley's Matt Lowton does well to head it behind. However, the visitors quickly clear the corner.
But wait. Thirty seconds later, Dieumerci Mbokani has another chance. But the striker looks like a man lacking confidence and heads well wide.
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Time for the second half. A goal-filled, action-packed 45 minutes coming up. Trust me.
Marco Silva may well be hauling his side in for some shooting practice tomorrow. Seven attempts at goal in the first half, none have tested Tom Heaton in the Burnley goal.
We are the only Premier League game to not have a goal in the first 45 minutes.
As it stands, Palace will be moving above Hull and out of the bottom three as they are 1-0 up against Middlesbrough, but bottom of the table Sunderland are losing again, 1-0 at Everton.
It is half-time. Not a 45 minutes to tell your grandchildren about in the future. Goalless.
A late chance for Hull at the end of the first half. Kamil Grosicki's left-wing cross is a tempter, Ahmed Elmohamady comes steaming in from the right, but sends a header well wide.
A corner to Burnley finds its way to Joey Barton at the back post, who pings in a low cross, but Ashley Barnes cannot steer it goalwards, sending it well wide.
The Hull set-piece was 30 yards out, and Kamil Grosicki whips in the free-kick. It has Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton panicking with the ball zipping a few inches over the top. Good effort.
Free-kick to Hull in a good position.
Eldin Jakupovic is a very lucky man. A cross is played deep and is met by the advancing Ben Mee. It should be easy for the home goalkeeper, but Jakupovic juggles the ball backwards and is very relieved to see the ball hit the bar and bounce back out.
Maguire, after getting some medical attention, limps back on. One to monitor.
A free-kick to Hull is taken by Andy Robertson, trying to find Harry Maguire, who had peeled away and found some space at the back post.
Maguire, stretching to reach the pass, does himself some damage and goes down holding his hamstring. He needs some treatment from the physio.
A nice touch from the hosts. There has just been a minute's applause in memory of Hull fan James Moorfoot.
This below message was shown on the scoreboards at the KCom Stadium.
A half-chance for Burnley, with the ball falling to Robbie Brady at the corner of the penalty area, but he lashes his shot high into the stands.
At the other end, Kamil Grosicki shoots on the turn, but Ben Mee is well placed to divert it for a corner, which comes to nothing.
Remember when Mark Lawrenson said he wasn't expecting this game to be first on Match of the Day.
Well, at the moment, he is right. But keep the faith. The goals are coming. Hopefully.
A bit of a mix-up from Burnley as Tom Heaton sprints off his line and is out of position when the ball falls to Hull's Kamil Grosicki. Can the Pole keep his composure? Nope. He lifts a lobbed attempt well over the bar. Should have done better.
Andy Robertson tries his luck 30 yards from goal, but the effort does not make it past a crowded Burnley penalty area. A better spell this from the hosts.
That's the best move so far, and the closest we have come to a goal. Ahmed Elmohamady crosses from the right and Dieumerci Mbokani, six yards from goal, heads over the top.
The DR Congo international remains without a goal since joining Hull on a season-long loan from Dynamo Kiev in August. This is his 11th game at the club.