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Summary

  1. Hull relegated as Newcastle beat West Ham
  2. Hull had two goals ruled out for offside
  3. Fellaini shown straight red for stamp on 77 mins
  4. Hull join Burnley and QPR in Championship next season

Live Reporting

By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Another Premier League season done, and one to forget for Hull City who are relegated from the Premier League. The top flight returns in August.

    Over and out.

  2. Player reaction

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull captain Michael Dawson: "Relegated from the Premier League, it is hard to take. It was not today that relegated us, we had 38 chances to do it. Newcastle did the job and we didn't, we should not have been where we are.

    "When I signed I was not expecting this, it is hard to take. It is going to be a hard summer.

    "We huffed and puffed too many times. We drew some games we should have won and lost some we should have got something out of.

    "We knew it was 0-0 for Newcastle at half time, and towards the end you get the feeling of the fans from their quietness."

  3. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Interesting from Hull captain Michael Dawson, who says "when I signed I was not expecting this." Is he having a pop at the club, at his fellow players?

  4. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Waking up on Monday morning, realising you are no longer in the Premier league. A sobering though for the Hull City players and fans.

  5. Manager reaction

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull manager Steve Bruce: "In football, there are times like you feel like today. Relegation from the Premier League. You are desperately disappointed with what has happened. It is an awful experience, and it will dawn on the players we are not in the Premier League anymore.

    "Too many times I have come out and said we haven't done badly and not scored. The team in general have to create and score goals. We have had umpteen chances and not been able to take them. That is 17 or 18 times we have not been able to score.

    "We all have to take the brunt of it, we have not been good enough. I thought at the start of the season we would have enough to stay in the Premier League but we have not done enough.

    "You have to come back as strong as possible. There is talking and soul searching to be done. It is bitter and sad at the moment."

  6. 'Bitter and sad'

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull manager Steve Bruce is understandably gutted after his side's relegation from the Premier League and says "it is bitter and sad at the moment." Full quotes to come.

  7. Manager reaction

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "There was a special atmosphere, it is not easy to play a game like this. Our team was less aggressive and then you know what is coming. They played the long balls and crosses and they fought. The grass was a little bit dry so it was not easy to play football.

    "I have to credit Hull City because they created a lot of possibilities and they were unlucky. It is always difficult to wait for the last match, the fans of Hull City were fantastic. I have not seen anything like this in other countries.

    On Marouane Fellaini: "It is very stupid. I have said to him. He will start next season in the tribune. It is not good.

    On Victor Valdes: "In stopping the balls, he had a very good game. He also let go of the ball and we got lucky.

    On David De Gea: "I cannot say when it will be resolved. He has to say something."

  8. Manager reaction

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Louis van Gaal has spoken and paid tribute to Hull City and their fans. Full quotes to come.

  9. Player reaction

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United defender Phil Jones: "It is nice to keep a clean sheet. They made it hard for us and it was scrappy at times. We are disappointed with the way we have played today.

    "You have to enjoy playing in the Premier League, that is the motivation in itself.

    "It is exciting times to be at United, we know it will be a difficult tie in the Champions League."

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  11. Player reaction

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney: We wanted to win the game, we wanted to end the season with three points. We didn't perform well. We didn't want people to look at us as if we didn't try It was a big day for Hull and Newcastle.

    "I am now sure why we were not at our best and it is disappointing for us.

    "Victor Valdes was excellent, he made some great saves and kept us in the game. He hasn't won the medals and trophies he has because he is not a top class goalkeeper.

    "We knew if we made the Champions League this season, we can push on. A few new signings and we can challenge for silverware."

  12. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Here is how it looked at the end of the match..

    Opta
  13. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull had 16 shots today, six on target, so had their share of chances. Victor Valdes, although he struggled with the high balls, made two stunning saves to keep the home side out.

  14. Post update

    Hull relegated

    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks

    Final Score

    "I do feel desperately sorry for Steve Bruce because he's had a lot of bad luck. Injuries, the situation with Jake Livermore, and even though the investment has been there it's been difficult because this year has just not gone for them.

    "West Ham gave a really good account of themselves today and made Newcastle work for it. Credit to John Carver - the home side have got over the line."

  15. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Steve Bruce comes on to the pitch and shakes hands with all the United players, before applauding the fans and giving a wave to them. The Hull players are still on KC Stadium turf. Left-back Andrew Robertson in tears.

  16. Post update

    Hull relegated

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "It's been a good spirited performance from Hull and it's good to see the fans applauding. Some of the players are on their knees, and I was relegated twice out of the Premier League so I know it does hurt."

  17. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Michael Dawson and the Hull players down on their haunches, some covering their faces with the tops, some sat on the grounds. A sorry sight to see. The Hull fans sing, "City til I die" in support of their players.

  18. FULL-TIME

    Hull relegated

    Steve Bruce looks dejected

    All over. Hull are down to the Championship after two seasons in the top flight.

  19. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "As soon as Newcastle got their second goal it was game over really. The Hull players have just been seeing this out."

  20. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Wayne Rooney curls a free-kick into the box but Paul McShane stoops to head out of play.

  21. Hull relegated

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    It is all over at St James' Park. HULL ARE RELEGATED FROM THE PREMEIR LEAGUE. The Hull fans have fallen silent after news of that has come through to the KC Stadium. All you can hear are the United fans singing their George Best song. Glum Hull faces look on.

  22. Newcastle lead 2-0, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United trying to end the season on a high by nicking a goal, but Antonio Valencia's cross comes to nothing.

  23. YELLOW CARD

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Booking for Chris Smalling after a foul in the centre circle. His first yellow of the season. Michael Dawson's header is straight at Victor Valdes.

  24. Newcastle lead 2-0, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Seven minutes of added time after Paul McShane's injury.

    Wayne Rooney's free-kick is tipped over the bar easily by Steve Harper.

  25. YELLOW CARD

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Free-kick for United on the edge of the box as Michael Dawson brings down Adnan Januzaj. The Englishman is booked for the challenge.

  26. Newcastle lead 2-0, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull's final minute in the Premier League. Steve Bruce, on the touchline, knows it.

  27. Newcastle lead 2-0, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Stephen Quinn with a rifling effort straight down the throat of Victor Valdes. They can do nothing now. Just a few minutes remaining.

  28. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "There a few Hull fans getting up from their seats and making their way out of the ground now. The home side have had good chances but it's all irrelevant now Newcastle are going to win."

  29. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Last change for Hull and now it is down to the 11 players on the pitch to do the business for the home side. Hull are helpless though with Newcastle leading 2-0

    Left-back Andrew Robertson comes on for David Meyler.

  30. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "Victor Valdes can only parry the ball out but Abel Hernandez just totally misses the ball!

    "Hull have to try and force a winner. They can't affect what happens at St James' Park, they just have to concentrate on the match here. They've got time to get a winner and now with Manchester Untied down to 10 men they won't get a better chance."

  31. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    What a chance! But Abel Hernandez fluffs his lines after Victor Valdes's parry. It's not going to go in for them.

  32. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    There will be a fair few minutes of stoppage time at the end of this match after that interruption. Still hope for Hull? Back under way.

  33. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks

    Final Score

    "Today Hull have suffered from what they have been suffering from all season - not being able to put the ball into the back of the net. They've had opportunities but haven't made Manchester United pay. Having said that, Victor Valdes has pulled out two stunning saves."

  34. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Paul McShane is still down, receiving treatment to a head wound. It looked like he got caught by Marouane Fellani's knee. Former United defender McShane is taped up and the warrior is ready to go again.

  35. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    A boost for Hull after seeing their opponents go down to 10. Can they get the winner and hope West Ham score against Newcastle?

  36. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "There is no need for that at all. It is late from Marouane Fellaini. His studs are showing and it's a red card. Paul McShane is still down, and he is a tough lad. He was caught on the inner thigh."

  37. RED CARD

    Marouane Fellaini

    Marouane Fellaini makes a challenge he's sent off for

    United reduced to 10 men. Substitute Marouane Fellaini, who came on in the second half, is dismissed after stamping on Paul McShane. A disgraceful tackle.

  38. Post update

    Newcastle 1-0 West Ham

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at St James' Park

    "St James' Park is about as serene as it has been all afternoon - but not that serene. Newcastle have been by far the better side in this second half but as we enter the last 15 minutes there is still the capacity for all that to change."

    Click here if you want comprehensive live text coverage of that match.

  39. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Abel Hernadez has just punched Phil Jones in the stomach after the two players battled at a corner, but no official spotted the incident and he is lucky to get away with that.

  40. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "Great save from Victor Valdes, down really low with his left hand and around for a corner. Really good pressure though from the home side. The attitude of the Hull players has been magnificent. But the one thing they lack? A goal."

  41. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    OOOOOH! Nearly, but not quiet. Hull striker Nikica Jelavic with a deft flick which is heading into the bottom corner, but Victor Valdes gets down and stretches to push the ball away. It's another fantastic save from the Spaniard.

  42. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United make a change as Juan Mata comes off for James Wilson.

  43. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    It's just not happening for Hull. Nikica Jelavic's dap into the box richocets off Marcos Rojo, but falls straight into the hands of Victor Valdes. On another day, that could have ended up in the net. Has Hull's luck ran out?

  44. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Double change being made by Steve Bruce.

    Centre forward for a centre-back as Abel Hernandez comes on for James Chester, while front man Dame N'Doye is replaced by another forward Sone Aluko. What can the subs do? The system has changed and Hull are going for it.

  45. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Michael Dawson has been a rock at the back for Hull today, heading away everything that comes in his vicinity. United teasing their opponents, looking to work an opening but Hull push them back all the way to Victor Valdes.

  46. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "Steve Bruce has got to start thinking about changes now. Hull need a bit of trickery and magic to get the impetus back."

  47. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull are pushing forward now, they need a goal and hope that West ham equalise. The further forward they go, the more gaps that will appear at the back.

  48. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown

    Final Score

    "Victor Valdes has come for a punch, missed it and seemed to get Wayne Rooney. He's flat out on the pitch for the second time this season.

    "Hull are starting to go for it now. This is all they can do and hope the results go elsewhere for them, which at the moment it isn't."

  49. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Another chance for Hull! Dame N'Doye hooks an effort goalwards from Ahmed Elmohamady's cross, but it sails wide of goal. Steev Bruce with his hands on his head.

  50. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Steve Bruce looks dejected

    Oh, so close. Robbie Brady curls a beauty of a cross into the box which neither Paul McShane nor Dame N'Doye can get on the end of. It's not going to be their day.

  51. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull fans cheering wildly, they think West Ham have scored at Newcastle...but they haven't. Settle down.

  52. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Victor Valdes struggling with the high ball in the box, again flapping at a ball which almost ends up in the back of the net, but he is thankful to his team-mates who clear. Daley Blind swatting the ball out of play.

  53. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown

    Final Score

    "Hull City are struggling with what they have been struggling with all season, not scoring goals. They started off really well but they are fading now. Playing Manchester United was never going to be easy and Van Gaal is just shoring things up."

  54. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Ander Herrera with a bobbly effort for United which goes wide of Steve Harper's goal. A goal for the away side will kill everything now.

  55. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Second substitution of the game for United. Marouane Fellaini comes on for Ashley Young.

  56. YELLOW CARD

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Daley Blind booked for United after kicking the ball away.

  57. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Silence from the Hull fans at the KC Stadium. They are heading to the Championship.

  58. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    May is a dreaded month for Hull City...

    Hull
  59. Post update

    Newcastle 1-0 West Ham

    Former Newcastle defender Steve Watson

    BBC Radio 5 live at St James' Park

    "Fantastic goal. Great quality from Jonas Gutierrez on the cross and Moussa Sissoko just did exactly what you want the wide man to do - coming in from the far side, he was powerful. Now Newcastle just have to keep their heads."

  60. Newcastle lead, Hull going down

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    That scoreline from Newcastle has come through to the KC Stadium. Mobiles are being checked and headphones are being pressed against their ears. It is out of their hands now.

  61. GOAL

    Newcastle 1-0 West Ham - Moussa Sissoko

    Moussa Sissoko scores

    Not good news for Hull.

    Moussa Sissoko towers above the West Ham defence and plants the ball home to send the Newcastle fans into delirium. They are staying in the league. Nothing Hull can do now, unless the Hammers equalise. Click here if you want comprehensive live text coverage of that match.

  62. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United taking hold of the ball now, buoyed on by their boisterous supporters. Over at St James' Park..

  63. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Poor free-kick from Tom Huddlestone, his low drive fails to clear the front man. They have to do better with those chances.

  64. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Free-kick for Hull on the edge of the box as Daley Blind brings down Tom Huddlestone. A great position...

  65. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "David Meyler - that is what I am talking about. It was a sitter, eight yards out on the half-volley, but Hull just have to be gung-ho now. They need a goal today, and if they get one, I'm not sure Manchester United are playing well enough to come back at them.

    "The away side have had a chance already in this second half through Juan Mata, but Hull have already had the ball in the net twice."

  66. WHAT A MISS!

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Oh David Meyler, you have to do better! It is a big opportunity as the ball falls favourably on his right foot, but he snatches at it and screws the ball wide of goal. He should have done better. Hull should be leading.

  67. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United start the half on the front foot and almost score Andre Herrera's goalbound effort is superbly blocked by Michael Dawson. Brilliantly done form the captain. Leading from the front, or the back?

  68. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    The players are back and we are off. Can Hull do this?

  69. No service for Rooney

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Wayne Rooney

    Wayne Rooney's angst is pictured in this touchmap. Just once has he received the ball inside the Hull box. That was the one where he lost the ball and almost got a yellow card for a little kick out at Robbie Brady.

  70. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    What will Steve Bruce be saying to his players at the moment? "Stay onside boys," will definitely have been mentioned. 45 minutes to determine their destiny. Will be it be Premier League or Championship football come the 2015/16 season?

  71. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Plenty of possession for United in the first half, but Hull have had the better chances. Two disallowed goals and a super Victor Valdes save keeps the score at nil.

    Opta
  72. Half-time

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Steve Bruce

    Goalless. Hull need to score in the second half.

  73. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Ooh, close to an opener for United. Ashley Young with a teasing ball into the box which is poked wide by Ander Herrera. Steve Harper put the Spaniard off with a Peter Schmeichel-esque star jump.

  74. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United looking to end the first half with a flourish. They haven't tested Steve Harper yet though.

  75. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Mike Phelan, former United assistant under Sir Alex Ferguson, has joined Steve Bruce on the touchline to give out some instructions. It has been a good half from Hull, close to half-time now. Can they hang on and build in the second period?

  76. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Marcos Rojo on the charge for United from left-back. A shot deflects off David Meyler, but loops gently into the hands of veteran Steve Harper.

    Arsenal now 4-0 up against West Brom. Nothing for United to play for, they've secured fourth already.

  77. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Wayne Rooney getting frustrated. He loses the ball and there is a little kick out at Robbie Brady. The former United man makes nothing of it though and the England captain escapes a yellow card. Lucky to get away with that one.

  78. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Steve Bruce walking up and down the touchline, nothing he can do for his side at the moment. It is all down to the 11 on the pitch.

    Ahmed Elmohamady, who has had a good game so far, puts a cross into the box which United clear.

    Steve Bruce
  79. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "Manchester United are fizzing the ball around well at the moment. Hull just can't get close enough. They started at such a fast pace but the away side are creeping back into it. Although Steve Harper is yet to be tested."

  80. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Dame N'Doye and Nikica Jelavic are not on the same wavelength today, with the home side trying to force the issue. They need to stay calm and not try to push it too much. It's a fine balance.

  81. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is not a happy man, urging his team-mates to get the ball forward to him. The Red Devils, however, look to pass it around to try and work an opening without success.

  82. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    This young Hull fan is hoping for a great escape...

    Hull
  83. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull is hushed. The magnitude of the game means none of their supporters are able to put together a rendition of their favourite songs. United trying to get a foothold in the game.

  84. As it stand

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Goalless at the KC Stadium and St James' Park means Hull are the ones going down. Still time for that to change though.

    Hull v Man Utd
  85. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Concern for Hull as striker Nikica Jelavic goes down after trying to tackle Antonio Valencia. He hobbles off to receive treatment, but is able to continue.

  86. SUBSTITUTION

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Angel Di Maria

    Angel Di Maria is done. It looks like the pectoral injury he suffered earlier in the match has forced him off.

    On comes Adnan Januzaj in his place.

  87. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "Hull can sense it. Manchester United do not look at the races today and the home side have had two goals disallowed, plus Victor Valdes has made a great save. United are here for the taking if Hull can keep up their momentum."

  88. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    What a few minutes we have had!

  89. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    A Hull fan reacts

    GOALLLL! Oh no, it's disallowed again.

    The ball falls to Stephen Quinn, who smacks an effort goalwards with his left peg. Dame N'Doye is on the line to pop it in, but again, the lineman's flag is up for offside. Another brilliant decision. Hull fans aggrieved.

  90. GREAT SAVE!

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    What a save, Victor Valdes. Header from Ahmed Elmohamady kept out superbly by the Spaniard. Corner...

  91. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Paul McShane's goal is disallowed

    Hull have the ball in the net!!

    A free-kick into the box is an easy one for Victor Valdes to collect, but he drops it and it's poked in by Paul McShane.

    But no! The linesman's flag is up, disallowed for offside.

  92. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Wales striker John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at KC Stadium

    "I think Steve Bruce will be relatively pleased. Hull have been on the front foot and other than Wayne Rooney's chance that clipped the top of the bar, Manchester United haven't really got in behind."

  93. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United's Ander Herrera and Juan Mata coming deep to try and get involved. Shows how well Hull have started. They are battling hard to stay in the top flight.

  94. Post update

    Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown

    Final Score

    James Chester controls the ball

    "The encouraging thing for Hull is that they are taking the game to United. It's all come a bit too little too late. If you are Man United player, today's match does matter, you are fighting to play in that side."

  95. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Constant singing of Manchester United's new chant about George Best, 'Spirit in the sky'. Been going non-stop so far.

  96. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    We all thought Tom Huddlestone was going to strike that one from distance, but instead plays a smart ball into the box to David Meyler. It's scrambled away for a corner, which Michael Dawson can't head on target. Entertaining start to this game.

  97. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Hull earn a free-kick around 30 yards out from Victor Valdes's goal. Tom Huddlestone standing over it...

  98. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Ahmed Elmohamady involved again, clashing with Angel Di Maria as both players went for the ball. Neither player looking too clever at the moment. The Argentine holding his stomach, the Egyptian holding...his sensitive area.

  99. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Ahmed Elmohamady breaks the offside line and goes clear. He lofts the ball over the onsrushing Victor Valdes, but United clear the ball. Almost something there for the home side.

  100. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    United looking to take control of the match now, with their usual passing style of play. They're popping it off to each other nicely. United fans are in good voice, Hull fans pensive.

  101. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    At the other end, United almost take the lead. Captain Wayne Rooney finds space at the edge of the box, before firing a rasping drive which beats Steve Harper and clips the top of the crossbar.

  102. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Former Tottenham striker Garth Crooks

    Final Score

    "I have got a sneaky feeling for Steve Bruce and Hull. If it starts to go their way and they get a goal, suddenly for the Newcastle players mouths will go dry. Don't forget the fans will be telling them what is going on. And all sorts of things can happen over these next 90 minutes."

  103. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    An early chance for Hull. Robbie Brady puts a nice ball into the box, met by front man Dame N'Doye but the header is straight into the hands of Victor Valdes.

  104. Post update

    Hull 0-0 Man Utd

    Off we go in the 38th and final game of the Premier League season. Manchester United get the game under way.

  105. Line-ups

    Hull v Man Utd (15:00 BST)

    Hull: Harper, Chester, Dawson, McShane, Elmohamady, Meyler, Huddlestone, Quinn, Brady, N'Doye, Jelavic.

    Substitutes: McGregor, Rosenior, Bruce, Hernandez, Sagbo, Aluko, Robertson.

    Man Utd: Valdes, Valencia, Smalling, Jones, Rojo, Blind, Mata, Ander Herrera, Di Maria, Young, Rooney.

    Substitutes: Januzaj, Lindegaard, van Persie, Fellaini, McNair, Blackett, Wilson.

    Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)

  106. Post update

    Hull v Man Utd (15:00 BST)

    A slow drum is beating inside the KC Stadium, almost like a heartbeat. Will the Premier league blood still be pumping for Hull at the end of the game?

    Hull City are in their usual orange and black kits, while United have the white away strip on. Michael Dawson and Wayne Rooney lead their respective sides out.

  107. Falcao and De Gea injured

    Hull v Man Utd (15:00 BST)

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "I expect that Hull will play with five defenders so Angel Di Maria gives us creativity. David De Gea is injured and that is easy for Victor Valdes to be selected. It is an opportunity for both of them to play.

    "Radamel Falcao is injured in the final training session, it's not a big problem but he is injured. It is still possible for us to finish ahead of Arsenal so that is our motivation. West Brom will park the bus against them."

  108. 'A horrific day'

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    Steve Bruce

    Hull City manager Steve Bruce: "As soon as you drive in, you know it is a big game. You can feel the atmosphere and we understand the magnitude. It is a huge game we have to win. It is a difficult situation to be in and if we do win, it still may not be enough.

    "We need everyone to give everything especially the players on the pitch. We need that little bit of luck, we need a big twist and turn, let's hope it is our day.

    "It is one of them horrific days. We all enjoy the good times, but you have to accept the bad times too. I am sure the Newcastle result will transcend down to us."

  109. A big win for United?

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    Hull's chances today aren't helped by the history books.

    Manchester United last lost away from home on the final day at Tottenham in 2001 (and still won the league by 10 points). Louis van Gaal's men can still - mathematically - grab third spot.

    A 6-0 victory for the Red Devils, along with a defeat for Arsenal at home to West Brom will seal automatic qualification for the Champions League group stages.

    Anything can happen, it's a funny old game.

  110. Who is staying up?

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    Steve Bruce and John Carver

    Even if Hull collect three points against United, they need a favour from Newcastle, hoping the Magpies don't get a win against West Ham. I'll bring goal updates and major incidents of that match right here, but click here if you want comprehensive live text coverage of that match.

  111. A tall order?

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    Tall order

    BBC Sport's James McMath at the KC Stadium: "A nice atmosphere around the KC Stadium where Hull face a tall order to survive."

  112. Post update

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    The Hull players are in a circle, doing their pre-match warm-up. Left-back Andrew Robertson, on the bench today, issues a final rallying cry. "One last go. Come!" he shouts. Can the Tigers produce a roaring performance? The KC Stadium is starting to fill up with expectant supporters.

  113. On a bad run

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    Hull

    Do you Hull City fans still trust Steve Bruce? Is he the right man to take the club forward? Since the FA Cup final last May, Hull have won only eight of 42 Premier League games.

    Stern questions will be asked of 'Brucey' should Hull go down today.

  114. Falcao finished

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    Radamel Falcao

    It looks like striker Radamel Falcao's time at Manchester United will come to an end after this game. A number of newspapers have broken the news.

    The Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman has tweeted: "Radamel Falcao has been told by #mufc at a meeting that his loan will not be extended.

    "Falcao wants to stay in the Premier League and is willing to take a drop in wages. His time at Old Trafford, however, is over."

    No complaints about that one is there, United fans?

  115. Full team news

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    Hull City manager Steve Bruce named an unchanged line-up for this afternoon's must-win encounter with Manchester United.

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has made three changes to his starting line-up.

    Skipper Wayne Rooney returns from a dead leg injury, while Angel di Maria makes his first start since being sent off in the FA Cup sixth round defeat by Arsenal on 9 March.

    Goalkeeper Victor Valdes makes his full debut as David de Gea has failed to recover from a hamstring injury.

    Hull City XI: Harper, Chester, Dawson, McShane, Elmohamady, Meyler, Huddlestone, Quinn, Brady, N'Doye, Jelavic.

    Man Utd XI: Valdes, Valencia, Smalling, Jones, Rojo, Blind, Mata, Herrera, Di Maria, Young, Rooney.

  116. Sunny Hull

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    Hull City

    BBC Sport's James McMath at the KC Stadium: The scene is set here in Hull. Will it be sunshine and smiles for Steve Bruce and his team?

  117. The final day

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    Premier League's bottom six

    Hull's fate will be decided when the Red Devils visit the KC Stadium today, and they will be hoping Newcastle fail to beat West Ham. What are the permutations for the two sides? What would relegation mean for them? Who do the pundits think will survive? Read this piece to find out all the answers.

  118. Not looking good for Hull

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    A dismal record for Steve Bruce...

    Hull
  119. Team news

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    BREAKING TEAM NEWS: No David De Gea for Manchester United, Victor Valdes starts in goal. Striker Radamel Falcao also misses out. Will we see the two in a United shirt again?

    Full team news coming right up.

  120. On the brink..

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    Hull City

    Last May, Hull City suffered an agonising 3-2 defeat in the FA Cup final against Arsenal. It was supposed to signal the start of a glorious period in the club's history, but has not turned out that way.

    Roll forward to this May and Steve Bruce's men are clinging on to their Premier League status, needing a victory today against Manchester United to have any chance of staying in the top flight.

    Can they do it? The odds are against them.