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OPPOSITION VIEW: Hull going great guns under Steve Bruce

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HULL CITY fan Jaeson Bennett gives us his thoughts on Saturday's clash between the Tigers and the Eagles...
What do you make of Hull's start to the season? Hull have started well and it's nice that this many games into the season we are looking up rather than worried about where the next lot of points are going to come from. Despite away defeats to the likes of Chelsea, Man City and Spurs, only in the away game at Southampton have Hull been played off the park for 90 minutes. The KC Stadium has been a fortress so far with us not suffering a defeat since April.Palace fans have never forgiven Steve Bruce for the way he left the club, but how do you rate the job he's done at Hull? Steve Bruce has done really well so far, with promotion in his first season and sitting mid-table right now. He's been tactically astute and switching it up early on in games if required to change the flow of the game. Also, no manager is going to get it right 100 per cent of the time in the transfer market but on the whole he's done well, particularly the defence, which looks solid.Which player should Palace look out for? Curtis Davies has been immense in the centre of defence and the Palace attack won't have an easy time. Going forward, and as long as he's fit and recovered from his hernia, Robbie Brady can be a real threat down the wings, through the middle and in particular on set plays.What are your memories of Selhurst Park? The drummer in the stand, the Crystals and Julian Speroni's ponytail! The band are great and always pick up the atmosphere even if the action on the field is a little dull.If you could sign one player from Palace, who would it be? Wilfried Zaha! Unfortunately that one's gone already. A fit Glenn Murray would be nice. From a nostalgic view I'll say Damien Delaney. He was the last person to score at Boothferry Park and helped us to promotion from League Two in 2004.A score prediction for the weekend? 2-1 to Hull.

OPPOSITION VIEW: Hull going great guns under Steve Bruce


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