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Live Reporting

By Dafydd Pritchard

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you and goodbye

    FT Hull 4-4 Swansea

    Well, frankly, that was an absurd match.

    Eight goals, dismal defending and a hatful of missed chances which could have seen either team snatch victory.

    It was an exhilarating encounter which rather summed up the topsy-turvy nature of the Championship.

    That's it for our live coverage tonight - thank you for joining us.

    You can relive the chaos by reading the match report here.

    Swansea celebrate
  2. How that affects the table

    FT Hull 4-4 Swansea

    That draw does little to help Swansea's hopes of reaching the Championship play-offs.

    They remain ninth in the table, now five points adrift of the top six but having played a game more than their rivals, who are yet to play this weekend.

    Hull stay 15th, now 11 points clear of the relegation zone.

    Championship play-off race
  3. 'Draw probably fair result'

    FT Hull 4-4 Swansea

    Hull striker Josh Magennis tells Sky Sports: "We tried to tweak the formation and style of play.

    "You expect to win when you score more than two goals, especially at home, but it was like attack against defence at times.

    "The draw was probably a fair result."


    Hull 4-4 Swansea

    Now Hull are pressing for a winner.

    But it's not to be - that's the final whistle.

    What a remarkable game!

    Andre Ayew shock
  5. GOAL - Hull 4-4 Swansea

    Tom Eaves

    I did ask if there would be any more drama.

    Of course there would be!

    Josh Magennis crosses low across the Swansea six-yard box and Hull substitute Tom Eaves is on hand to convert into an almost empty net.

    This game!

  6. Post update

    Hull 3-4 Swansea

    We're halfway through the six minutes of injury time.

    Will there be any more drama?


    Hull 3-4 Swansea

    There will be SIX minutes of added time.

    How many goals will we get in that amount of time? Nine?

  8. Post update

    Hull 3-4 Swansea

    There's a break in play as Hull's Tom Eaves receives treatment after what appeared to be a knock to his head.

    He'll leave the field for further assessment but looks like he'll come back on.


    Hull 3-4 Swansea

    Two Swansea bookings in quick succession.

    Rhian Brewster gets one for taking his shirt off while celebrating his goal.

    Andre Ayew gets the other for handball while trying to connect with an earlier cross from Yan Dhanda.

  10. GOAL - Hull 3-4 Swansea

    Rhian Brewster

    What a game!

    Another of Swansea's substitutes strikes, this time Liverpool loanee Rhian Brewster.

    Jordon Garrick crosses to Conor Gallagher and, although he mishits his shot, it falls to Brewster, who fires into the bottom corner.

    Hull keeper George Long might be disappointed he was unable to keep that out.

    Brewster celebrates

    Hull 3-3 Swansea

    Andre Ayew almost turns from provider to scorer.

    The Swansea forward shoots inside the Hull box and the ball appears to hit the hand of Ryan Tafazolli.

    Ayew screams for a penalty but referee David Webb is not interested, perhaps thinking the shot was too close for Tafazolli to get his hand out of the way.

  12. 'Swansea could go on and win now'

    Hull 3-3 Swansea

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales captain on BBC Radio Wales

    What a great ball once again by Bidwell down the side to Ayew.

    He still has a lot to do but puts a great ball into the box for Garrick to smash home.

    This is a game they could go on and win.

  13. GOAL Hull 3-3 Swansea

    Jordon Garrick

    Why was Bersant Celina sulking? An inspired substitution from Steve Cooper!

    Brilliant work from Andre Ayew, who beats his marker, runs to the byline and fires in an inviting low cross.

    Garrick, on for less than five minutes, gleefully accepts the invitation and finishes first time to score his first league goal for Swansea.


    Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Bersant Celina is less than impressed to be substituted!

    The Kosovan has a little strop as he walks off the field to make way for Jordon Garrick.

    That is Swansea's final change of the match.

  15. Post update

    Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Swansea's Conor Gallagher has another effort on goal, curling a shot narrowly over from the edge of the Hull penalty area.

  16. Post update

    Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Half a chance for Swansea as Andre Ayew heads wide, but George Long seemed to be confident it wasn't going in.

    The goalmouth action in this match has been relentless.


    Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Hull also make two substitutions.

    A change in midfield sees George Honeyman replace Daniel Batty, while Marcus Maddison is off for Ryan Tafazolli.


    Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Swansea make two changes.

    Off goes midfielder Jay Fulton and on comes the more attack-minded Yan Dhanda.

    Also coming on is Rhian Brewster, the young forward on loan from Liverpool. He takes Wayne Routledge's place.

  19. 'A give-away goal'

    Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales captain on BBC Radio Wales

    It looks as if Swansea don't want to win this game.

    That's a give-away goal. There doesn't seem to be anyone talking or organising when the ball comes into the box.

    Defensively with balls coming in tonight, Swansea have been a bit of mess.

  20. GOAL - Hull 3-2 Swansea

    Mallik Wilks

    Yet more dodgy defending, but Hull won't care because they're back in the lead.

    Mallik Wilks' header hits Swansea's Jay Fulton, maybe on his arm but it matters not.

    Wilks gathers the rebound and fires low into the net to put Hull in front once again.