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Saturday, 3 December 2011

Hull v Leicester Online Free Live Stream England Championship Preview -3 Dec-2011,16:00 CET

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Leicester boss Nigel Pearson, who quit Hull to rejoin the Foxes a fortnight ago, has the luxury of being able to name an unchanged squad.

Defenders Sean St Ledger and John Pantsil are pushing for recalls.


Championship
Match : Hull v Leicester
Date: Saturday, 3 December 2011
Kick Off Time: 15:00 GMT
Venue: KC Stadium
Live/Repeat: Live

MATCH PREVIEW

A tale of two cities maybe but there's one central character who dominates this story... Nigel Pearson.

It will only be 18 days on Saturday since he walked out on Hull in favour of a return to Leicester, clearly believing they have a far greater chance of helping him to fulfil his ambition to become a Premier League manager.

He so nearly did it in his first spell. The League One title was followed by a fifth-placed finish in the Championship, but ultimately defeat to Cardiff in the Play-Off semi-finals. He's quickly got Leicester back into shape this time around. Seven points from his first three games in charge has taken the club into the top six for the first time since he left.

It's easy to understand the grievances of the Hull supporters. Pearson had carefully constructed a very competitive side at the KC Stadium. Indeed, it's highly probable that all 11 players wearing the amber and black stripes will be his signings. That line-up includes four youngsters shown the door by Manchester United: Corry Evans, James Chester, Joe Dudgeon and Cameron Stewart. Then there's also top-scorer Matty Fryatt, a Leicester old-boy, who's bang-in form with six goals in his last nine games. Maybe he'll be the man who gets one over his former club ?

If he does, the Hull fans might have to change the chants they've been practicing at recent games.. but maybe not. Pearson knows what to expect - a hostile reception off the pitch and a fired-up group of players on it.



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