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- Hull can move out of relegation zone with win
- Burnley looking for first away win of the season
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It ends 1-1, a fair result in all honesty.
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.Copyright: Reuters
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.Copyright: Reuters
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.Copyright: Reuters
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.Copyright: Getty Images
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.