Six minutes of injury time are to be played.
- Hull unbeaten in last seven home games in all competitions
- West Ham have suffered three straight league defeats as part of a five-match winless run
- Snodgrass starts for West Ham against former club
I've spent a lot of today describing injuries to Hull players and we have another one.
Eldin Jakupovic is down on this occasion, the Hull goalkeeper taking a hefty whack from Andy Carroll as he went up for the ball.
He's rolling around in some discomfort but makes a swift recovery.
The turnaround is complete!
You can't say Hull deserve it because they have been a long way from their best today, but on the balance of play in this second half you cannot begrudge them the lead.
Kamil Grosicki's corner is an inviting one and Andrea Ranocchia pops up at the near post to guide a header into the far corner.
A huge, huge goal in Hull City's season.Copyright: Reuters
Shaun Maloney forces a corner for Hull.
Hope for the hosts.
Scrappy again from Hull. They had the West Ham defence under real pressure again but could not play the right pass at the right moment.
Markovic and Henriksen were the guilty parties on this occasion, passing the ball between themselves with no clear direction before Henriksen flashed the ball across the face of the goal and away.
Double change for Hull.
On come Markus Henriksen and Shaun Maloney. Alfred N'Diaye and Abel Hernandez make way.
Harry Maguire executes a great sliding challenge to stop Arthur Masuaku in his tracks but gets up holding the back of his thigh.
Hull do not want to lose him, and he will not want to go off with England manager Gareth Southgate in the stands.
Alfred N'Diaye is the latest into the book. It's not been a dirty game but Mike Jones has still managed to dole out four cautions so far.
Persistent offending appears to be N'Diaye's crime.
West Ham have drawn the sting from Hull here. The Hammers are growing back into the contest now as Hull's momentum after the goal subsides.
Another change for West Ham, this time because of injury, as Arthur Masuaku replaces Aaron Cresswell.
Robert Snodgrass is taken off by West Ham.
He doesn't look happy. Hull fans are delighted.
Edimilson Fernandes comes on.Copyright: PA
Andy Carroll into the book for West Ham. It's for handball as he went to ground but it's a very soft one.
Are Hull going to rue these missed chances?
They've just had three glorious opportunities to go in front, first when Lazar Markovic failed to play in Oumar Niasse for a simple finish and then with two chances in quick succession that should have been taken.
First the ball broke to the unmarked Alfred N'Diaye but he contrived to hit the post from eight yards. The follow-up fell to Kamil Grosicki - again from around eight yards - but he fired wide.
Harry Maguire also goes down moments later in the area to a few half-hearted penalty appeals, but there's nothing doing.
Oumar Niasse goes into the book for Hull. He went in heavily on Jose Fonte after the ball had gone and can have no complaints.
Delight for Hull it may be but West Ham are pushing to retake the lead. Another deep cross goes over the head of the Hull defenders and Andy Carroll - who else? - is there at the back post to head straight at Eldin Jakupovic.
Former England full-back on Final Score
Robertson has been marauding forward all game and it was a great finish! A striker's finish from the left back.
A lovely Hull goal and it's a first Premier League goal for Andrew Robertson.
Lazar Markovic started the move with a bright cut inside and an exchange of passes with Alfred N'Diaye. Markovic worked the ball out to half-time substitute Kamil Grosicki who played a lovely weighted pass into the path of the advancing Robertson, who continued his run into the box and fired low past Darren Randolph.
A really good goal.Copyright: Reuters