That's your lot from me.
It was a nervy finish, but Hull City hang on for three points against fellow Premier League strugglers Swansea City. Two goals in nine minutes from substitute Oumar Niasse reduces the gap between the two to just three points.
That just made those four added minutes a little longer for Hull City. Alfie Mawson heads home from a free-kick to ensure a nervy finish here at the KCOM.
The fourth official indicates there will be four minutes added on.
Oumar Niasse fancies a hat-trick here. He links up well with Kamil Grosicki but fires his shot inches wide of Lucasz Fabianski's post.
Look at that. Scenes at the KCOM!
He's done it again! It's a great finish from Oumar Niasse. The cross comes in and he takes a touch with his right foot before smashing it past Lucasz Fabianski.
Lazar Markovic is replaced by Ahmed Elmohamady as we head into the final 15 minutes.
WE HAVE A GOAL! Remember the stat I mentioned about all the goals in this previous fixture coming in the final 20 minutes? Oumar Niasse puts Hull ahead on the 69th minute. He's played through by Abel Hernandez - it's tight, but he's onside. Cool as you like under pressure, he fires it past Lucasz Fabianski.
That's a huge goal at the bottom of the Premier League.
Marco Silva is taking no more chances on Alfred N'Diaye after he came dangerously close to a red card. Oumar Niasse is the man to replace him.
Alfred N'Diaye escapes a second yellow to the dismay of several Swansea players. Gylfi Sigurdsson was poised to burst into the box before N'Diaye clattered him from behind to concede the free-kick.
Sigurdsson takes the free-kick, which Eldin Jakupovic takes no chances with. The Hull keeper punches the ball behind for a corner.
This time it's Paul Clement waving his arms in frustration. Eldin Jakupovic makes a decent save but the ball falls perfectly in the path of Wayne Routledge, who somehow fires his shot well over the bar from 10 yards.
He should have done better and he knows it.
Kamil Grosicki won't want to see that again. He stands over the free-kick in a decent position but absolutely scuffs it way beyond the box and straight out for a goal kick. Marco Silva drops his arms in disappointment at another missed opportunity.
Lazar Markovic ensures Hull start the second half brightly as he whips in a tasty ball for Tom Huddlestone. His powerful effort is on target and forces the save from Lucasz Fabianski.
Tom Carroll gets the second half up and running at the KCOM Stadium.
Fernando Llorente hasn't scored in three successive league appearances since 25 January 2014 for Juventus in Serie A. Swansea's top scorer was forced off with an injury in the first half.
Just the three shots on target in the first half, but it's goalless as the players head down the tunnel.
Alfred N'Diaye and Martin Olsson both get a yellow for their handbags at the end of the first half. N'Diaye didn't like a clumsy challenge from Olsson, who's on the receiving end of a push in the chest. The referee didn't see it as any more than that.
It's not been a great half for Swansea. First Angel Rangel was forced off, now top scorer Fernando Llorente makes way after that challenge with Tom Huddlestone. Jordan Ayew replaces him as the fourth official signals we'll have four minutes added on at the end of the first half.
Marco Silva is scribbling notes into his pad as we approach half-time. He'll be encouraged by what he's seen so far.
Lucasz Fabianski puts his body on the line and makes a brave save to deny a dangerous cross heading for Abel Hernandez. He's clattered in the process and has to receive treatment.
He soldiers on and gets ready for the incoming corner. Paul Clement will be one relieved man.
Kamil Grosicki finds space down the left hand side and he puts the ball on his favoured right foot. He pulls the shot off, but it's well wide of the far post.
35 minutes played and as this average position graphic suggests, it's Hull who are pressing higher up the pitch.
No clear cut chances yet for the hosts, though.
This is worrying for Swansea as they're forced to make a change.
Angel Rangel gets his studs stuck in the turf as he tries to make a challenge on Kamil Grosicki and is in some discomfort. Jordi Amat is the man to replace him.
29 minutes played and Hull City have their first corner. Kamil Grosicki produces a good delivery that nearly creeps in at the near post. Lucasz Fabianski flaps at his first attempt, but eventually gathers the ball to the disappointment of the home fans.
Abel Hernandez wins a free-kick in a dangerous area for Hull. Federico Fernandez tussles with the striker on the edge of the D, and eventually brings him down.
Sam Clucas steps over the ball, but it's a wasted opportunity as his effort hits Fernando Llorente and comes to nothing.
That early Wayne Routledge chance remains the best effort so far. How big will that save from Eldin Jakupovic prove?
Swansea are starting to pile on the pressure. Gylfi Sigurdsson spots Tom Carroll who makes a decent run down the left flank. Carroll feeds it in to Wayne Routledge but Andrew Robertson nips in front of him to put the ball out for a throw.
"SHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT" yell the Hull fans, who know Tom Huddlestone can produce the goods from distance.
The midfielder finds some space and gets decent power behind it, but it's not enough to trouble Lukasz Fabianski.
Swansea break from the goal-kick but Llorente is offside. He shakes his head at the linesman, but it's the correct decision.
Gylfi Sigurdsson finds Wayne Routledge, who is just about onside in the box. His shot is weak and Eldin Jakupovic gets down low to produce the save.
The resulting corner is a dangerous one, but Tom Huddlestone is on hand to head away any danger.
Swansea win the first corner of the match. Gylfi Sigurdsson whips it in, but it's not enough to beat Eldin Jakupovic.
The Hull keeper spills his first attempt as he tries to punch it clear, but he eventually collects the ball under pressure.
There's nothing like a bit of friendly banter first thing on a Saturday morning. Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski tweeted Poland team-mate Kamil Grosicki, saying he will be waiting for the Hull City newbie in the penalty box.
Hull have beaten Swansea twice already this season, winning both games by 2-0 (in the Premier League and FA Cup).
The Tigers will be glad to have Abel Hernandez back in their starting XI - He's scored in both games.
We might be in for a wait for the first goal, mind. All four goals Hull have scored against the Swans this season have come in the final 15 minutes.
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Where was Fernando Llorente when Bob Bradley was Swansea manager?
Paul Clement has gone in and said 'my goodness, I have a centre forward who can score'.
Remember his first goal last week against Burnley? It came from the cross of the season.
Since getting new managers just days apart in early January, these two sides have made the encouraging improvements those appointments were designed to provoke.
That said, while Paul Clement has steered Swansea some five points clear of the drop zone, Marco Silva's Hull still remain embedded within it.
The Tigers still have to face the four sides immediately around them in the table, three of which - perhaps crucially - are at home, beginning with the visit of the Swans.
Having taken seven of his eight points so far at the KCOM Stadium, Silva will be acutely aware of the potentially irreversible damage a defeat this weekend would inflict.