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Team: Hull City

Coach: Mike Phelan

Stadium: KCOM Stadium

Payroll: n/a


#1, Allan McGregor
#2, Moses Odubajo
#3, Andrew Robertson
#4, Alex Bruce
#5, Harry Maguire
#6, Curtis Davies
#7, David Meyler
#8, Tom Huddlestone,
#9, Abel Hernandez
#10, Robert Snodgrass
#11, Sam Clucas
#12, Dusan Kuciak
#14, Jake Livermore
#15, Shaun Maloney
#16, Eldin Jakupovic
#17, James Weir
#18, Dieumerci Mbokani
#19, Will Keane
#20, Adama Diomande
#21, Michael Dawson
#22, Markus Henriksen
#23, David Marshall
#25, Ryan Mason
#27, Ahmed Elmohamady
#28, Josh Tymon
#29, Jarrod Bowen
#31, Brian Lenihan
#32, Greg Luer
#36, Greg Olley
#37, Josh Clackstone


Hull City Notes: Following their return to the English Premier League, Hull City has one goal in mind heading into this season - avoid relegation.

After earning their way back to the EPL following a playoff win in the Championship last year, Hull City will now need to battle with the likes of Man Utd, Man City and Arsenal on a weekly basis. The club will be relying heavily on Abel Hernandez this season, who was instrumental in returning Hull City to the English Premier League. Hernandez scored 20 goals in the Championship last season and is Hull City's best player.

Hull City entered this season with 1000/1 odds of winning the English Premier League title. The odds that likely matter to Hull City fans more, however, is their relegation line, which sat at 10/11 heading into the start of the season. This means that, according to the bookmakers, Hull City was slightly better than break even to be relegated following the end of the 2016/17 season.


Hull City has gotten their campaign off to a strong start, as they have gone 2-1-1 in their first four games.

Website: http://www.hullcitytigers.com

Odds to Win League at Start of Season: 1000/1