One final Premier League relegation berth to be filled

One final Premier League relegation berth to be filled

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Hull boss Steve Bruce is probably one of he few Geordies who hope that Newcastle slip-up later today
Hull boss Steve Bruce is probably one of the few Geordies who hope that Newcastle slip-up later today

The Premier League campaign concludes this afternoon with very few issues left to be decided.

The biggest is who will join Burnley and QPR in the Championship next season.

Hull City are currently in the danger zone and two points behind nearest rivals Newcastle.

The Tigers host fourth place Manchester United at the KC Stadium and have to win the game, and hope that Newcastle fail to defeat West Ham at St James Park.

The possibility of the Magpies gaining a victory seems like an unlikely one considering that the north east giants have suffered nine defeats in their last ten top-flight games.

John Carver’s side looked in little danger of being dragged into the relegation zone when he took over, but their inept recent performances have put them in a perilous position.

Carver’s poor management skills may just snatch victory out of the jaws of defeat in the relegation battle.

Hull have suffered defeat in their last three Premier League games and confidence seems to be at a low ebb amongst the Tigers players. Much was expected of Hull this season after they seemingly strengthened their squad in the summer.

However, what should have been a season of consolidation for the men from Humberside could prove to be a season of relegation instead. Bruce’s team have underachieved wildly this season.

The last day of the campaign will be nervy for the two sets of fans, but for the neutral it should be a fascinating watch. It is just a shame that the fight for the Premier League title has not been as intriguing as the relegation battle.

Who will be relegated from the Premier League?

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