Last Updated at 2:23 pm, April 28th 2012
Disappointment for West Ham that they have not finished in the top two, but it was always going to be a long shot that Coventry would spoil the party at Southampton. But the Hammers must now pick themselves up as they do have a second chance in the play-offs and it's now Cardiff City on Thursday.
GOAL!Poor defending from West Ham as Demel attempts to head Brady's cross back to Green. But it loops up in the air and Evans beats Green to it and heads into an empty net.
West Ham's final change sees Nolan replaced by George McCartney.
Hull change sees Robbie Brady on for Cairney.
Second West Ham change sees Nicky Maynard on for Vaz Te.
West Ham's first change sees Sam Baldock on for goalscorer Cole.
Nolan is booked for a crude challenge on McKenna.
Hull make a change with King replaced by another Manchester United loanee, Cameron Stewart, as West Ham get us underway.
GOAL! O'Neil takes a corner and Cole heads in from six yards - as simple as that!
Young fan Harry Spinks, 13, says: "Hoping West Ham can win by a large margin today and get automatics with Coventry beating or drawing with Southampton! Good luck to the Hammers!"
"Come on you Hammers! It is surely time for us to get back to the top flight! Southampton to lose 2-1," predicts Steve Weller.
Paul in Johannesburg, one of the faithful South African Tigers, says: "Writing on the wall from what I see, Hull to win and end up 7th. Missed our opportunities earlier in the season. Looks destined for a good clash as Hull usually turn on the style for the big games."
"I'm hoping the Tigers beat the Hammers, so the Saints get promoted. West Ham have wealth and arrogance and in this league deserve nothing - surely the biggest failure in recent time if they don't get promoted?" says Clubz.
If you fancy a flutter, our colleagues at Sky Bet have the Hammers 2/5 odds-on favourites to win the game, with the draw on offer at 7/2 and a Hull win 13/2. Ricardo Vaz Te is favourite to score the first goal at 3/1, with Carlton Cole 7/2 and Kevin Nolan 9/2. For the Tigers, Matty Fryatt is 8/1 and Joshua King 9/1.
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