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Kick-off: Sunday, 3pm
Hull City team news
Hull City head coach Marco Silva will be without eight first-team players as he attempts to sign off the Premier League season with a win against Tottenham.
Already without Lazar Markovic (ankle), David Meyler (knee), Moses Odubajo (knee), Will Keane (knee) and Ryan Mason (fractured skull), Silva has seen Harry Maguire (pictured), Evandro and Abel Hernandez ruled out this week. Maguire suffered a knee injury in last weekend’s 4-0 loss at Crystal Palace, forcing a change in defence, while Evandro has also been sidelined with a groin problem. Hernandez missed out on last weekend’s trip to Selhurst Park altogether due to an ankle problem and he will again be absent.
The latest bout of injuries in a luckless campaign could hand a recall to Omar Elabdellaoui at right-back, while Evandro’s absence will leave a hole in midfield. Either an overdue chance for Tom Huddlestone will be on the cards or Silva will start with a second centre-forward. Dieumerci Mbokani and Jarrod Bowen are both under consideration should he start with two up front. Markus Henriksen, Adama Diomande and Josh Tymon are all pushing to be called back into the 18-man squad for the final game of the season.
Tottenham team news
Mauricio Pochettino is again expected to name a strong side as Tottenham look to end an excellent Premier League season with a third straight win.Spurs were in devastating form when thumping Leicester City 6-1 on Thursday night and there will be no mercy shown to Hull City at the KCOM Stadium.
Playmaker Christian Eriksen (pictured) could return after being rested against the Foxes, while Pochettino will also check on the fitness of Kyle Walker (ankle) and Kieran Tripper (concussion) before heading to East Yorkshire. The absence of those two right-backs forced Moussa Sissoko to feature as a right wing-back at the King Power Stadium.Rookie midfielder Filip Lesniak could be handed a start if Pochettino does experiment but there is little chance of City being spared the ominous threat of England striker Harry Kane.
Tottenham’s in-form forward is leading the way for the Golden Boot after his four goals away to Leicester and another productive day tomorrow would almost guarantee he finishes ahead of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez as the Premier League’s top scorer. Danny Rose (knee), Erik Lamela (hip) and Harry Winks (ankle) are all ruled out of tomorrow’s dead rubber at the KCOM.
Marco Silva (Hull)
Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham)