Last Updated: 01/03/14 7:13pm
FULL TIME. Newcastle claim a 4-1 victory at the KC but the talking point will be Pardew. Thanks for your views today, stay with us for reaction.
GOAL - ANITA!!! Anita nets his first-ever goal in the Premier League after Gosling runs into the box and Dummett crosses across the face of goal.
Krul punts the free-kick just inside his own half forward but the ball goes harmlessly out for a goal kick.
At the other end, Remy runs at the Hull box and goes down under a challenge from Davies but the ref waves play on.
Long runs into the left side of the Newcastle box and goes down under a challenge but the ref waves play on.
Jelavic wins a free-kick off Tiote just inside the Newcastle half on the right. Hull take but Tiote clears.
Hull come again and win another corner on the left. They take but Davies heads well wide from 12 yards at the far post.
Meyler and Newcastle boss clash on the touchline and Pardew is sent off and Meyler is booked. Replays show Meyler runs into Pardew, who reacts by appearing to headbutt Meyler. He will be in trouble for that!!!
Newcastle take the corner, Williamson heads on and Gouffran shots at goal from 12 yards and Elmohamady clears off the line.
Remy makes a yard of space for himself on the edge of the box and tries an effort from the centre which McGregor makes a great save to tip over for a corner on the right.
Elmohamady tries to release Aluko into the right corner but he slips and the ball rolls out for a goal kick.
Dummett takes the corner to Debuchy on the edge of the box at the far side. He volleys at goal and De Jong turns the ball wide from close range.
Jelavic catches Williamson as the pair go for a header and the ref is having a word with him as he is already on a yellow. Williamson is back on his feet and okay to continue.
Newcastle come again and win a throw in six yards out on the right. Debuchy takes but he is given offside when the back comes back.
GOAL - SISSOKO!!!! Bruce takes the free-kick short to Huddlestone. His cross is intercepted and Newcastle break forward, with McGregor only able to parry Gouffran's shot from the edge of the box and Sissoko is there to tap in the rebound.
Hull take the throw in and Rosenior crosses into the box but Krul gathers the ball at his near post.
Elmohamady gets to the right byline before crossing but Dummett tracks back and the final touch comes off the Hull man for a goal kick.
GOAL - DAVIES!!! Huddlestone takes the free-kick, Krul comes for the ball but he is never going to reach the ball and Davies heads in after rising the best in the box!!! Game on!!! Replays show it hits Krul's glove as it goes in.
Deejay says: 'Predicated 2-2 in my super 6 today so I'm hopeful Hull can pull this back! It's been a fairly balanced game but I expect them to come out fighting in the second half Steve Bruce hates getting best by his home town team.'
'I predicted a 1-2 win for Newcastle before the game but I think I will now say 1-3 to Newcastle. Hull to score first in the 2nd half but Newcastle to grab all three points in the final 20 minutes. Remy to get his brace.' Scott @SJP (Gallogate end)
HALF TIME. Newcastle go in two goals up but Hull have had their chances, with Jelavic hitting the crossbar and Krul making a fantastic double save from Bruce. Can Hull get back into this? Send your views / predictions for the second period to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post up the best when I get back with my brew.
Debuchy takes the latest throw in and Newcastle keep good possession before Sissoko concedes a throw in midway in the Hull half on the right.
Newcastle win a throw in 20 yards out on the right. They take and Sissoko wins another six yards out. Debuchy takes and win another 20 yards out.
GOAL - REMY!!!! Figueroa plays a terrible back-pass from the halfway line and Remy latches onto the ball, takes a touch around the on-rushing McGregor and then slots home into the empty net!!!
Long crosses from 15 yards on the left to Elmohamady at the far post but he heads wide from six yards with the goal gaping.
Long is fouled by Y-M for a free-kick in a dangerous area 22 yards out in front of goal. Y-M is booked.
Debuchy takes the throw in and Newcastle keep possession before trying to release Sissoko into the right corner but the ball rolls out for a goal kick.
McGregor concedes a throw in 22 yards out on the right with a poor clearance. Newcastle take and keep possession before Debuchy wins another throw in near the halfway line on the right.
Jelavic heads just wide at the near post after a great cross in from the right from Elmohamady following good work by Long.
Livermore wins a throw in 25 yards out on the right. Hull take and keep possession before Meyler floats the ball into the box from 30 yards in the centre but McGregor punches away.
De Jong tries to get to the right byline and wins a free-kick off Figueroa 16 yards out to the right of the box.
Hull come again and Rosenior floats the ball in from 22 yards on the left towards Jelavic at the far post but it is over hit and goes out for a goal kick.
Long presses down the right and Y-M has to put the ball out for a throw in 25 yards out on the right. Hull take but Elmohamady loses the ball.
Rosenior wins a throw in 25 yards out on the left. He takes but Figueroa's cross is cleared by Yanga-Mbiwa.
GOAL - SISSOKO!!!! After Krul's double save, Newcastle break upfield and Debuchy pulls the ball back from the right byline to find Sissoko to the right side of the box. He slots home into the top corner from 16 yards.
Krul makes a great double save from Bruce to deny Hull from Jelavic's free-kick. First he saves Beruce's header then the close-range follow-up
Dummett takes the free-kick but Davies heads away in the box. Tiote tries to float the ball back into the box from the left but it is a mis-hit and goes out for a goal kick.
Remy loses the ball 35 yards out. on the left and Huddlestone tries to send a long throughball for Long to chase but it runs through to McGregor to gather.
Debuchy and Meylar go for the ball and the Newcastle player goes down injured but he is back on his feet after treatment on the pitch.
Newcastle win a free-kick 35 yards out in the centre. They float it into the box and Hull partially clear before Gouffran tries an effort from 20 yards out which is just over and wide.
Debuchy takes the throw in and Hull win their own in a similar position. They take and Huddlestone crosses into the box but Williamson heads away.
Figueroa tries to release Jelavic into the left corner but it is overhit and goes out for a Newcastle throw in near their own byline.
Opta stat - This is the third different fixture where Steve Bruce and Alan Pardew have faced each other, after Birmingham v West Ham and Newcastle v Sunderland. Pardew has three wins and Bruce just the one in five previous encounters.
Opta stat - The Tigers have won just one of their last six Premier League home games (W1 D2 L3), but this victory came in emphatic fashion as they defeated Fulham 6-0 on Dec 28th.
Opta stat - Hull City have failed to score in five of their last eight Premier League games, but in the other three games during this run they have netted seven times.
Opta stat - Hull City have seen more opposition players sent off than any other team in the Premier League (5).
Opta stat - Newcastle United are looking for their 100th Barclays Premier League away win, having won 99 and lost 173 of the 378 they have played so far.
Here are a few Opta stats - Hull City have won five and lost just one of the last eight meetings in all competitions with Newcastle.
Christian says: 'Will be a good game today. I don't think Newcastle's struggling strikers will break down hull's solid defence. 2-0 to hull!' It will certainly be a battle out there! Cheers Christian enjoy the game!
Simon says: 'Looking forward to seeing Remy & De Jong up front reckon they will be a menace! It will be tight but going for 2-1 toon win.' Cheers Simon, likewise re Remy and De Jong!
FIRST VIEW - Gordon, Dave, Laura and Karen have been in touch to say: 'Can the Toon make it 2 wins on the bounce? Remy and DeJong up front is a definite strong attack. They certainly compliment each other up front. Hopefully DeJong will break his duck today and grab a goal or two. Howay The Lads.' Cheers for your view - yes. it will be interesting to see how Remy and De Jong work out. Enjoy the game!
MY VIEW - I reckon its going to be tight here at the KC so 1-1 with Jelavic to score first which pays a handsome 22/1 with Sky Bet! What are your views / predictions? Send them to email@example.com
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 5/4 for a Hull win, 11/5 for the draw and 9/4 for a Newcastle victory. What are your views / predictions for today's game? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post up the best.
Teams - Newcastle make two changes from the team that started last week's last-gasp 1-0 win over Aston Villa, with Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa coming in to the heart of defence for Fabricio Coloccini, who has been granted compassionate leave following a family bereavement, and Luuk de Jong replaces Papiss Cisse up front.
Teams - Hull City manager Steve Bruce has handed recalls to in-form strike duo Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic. The January signings were cup-tied for the Tigers' FA Cup win over Brighton on Monday, but are free to return for a Hull team seeking to complete a league double over the Magpies. Tom Huddlestone, Alex Bruce and Liam Rosenior also feature as Bruce reverts to the starting line-up from last weekend's 4-0 win at Cardiff.
Teams - Newcastle: Krul, Debuchy, Williamson, Yanga-Mbiwa, Dummett, Sissoko, Anita, Tiote, Gouffran, De Jong, Remy. Subs: Cisse, Gosling, Haidara, Marveaux, Shola Ameobi, Steven Taylor, Alnwick.
Teams - Hull: McGregor, Elmohamady, Bruce, Davies, Figueroa, Rosenior, Livermore, Huddlestone, Meyler, Jelavic, Long. Subs: Chester, Koren, Boyd, Sagbo, Harper, Aluko, Quinn.