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It's all over and Spurs are 1-0 winners thanks to Roberto Soldado's 80th minute penalty. Steve Bruce and Hull are aggrieved by the decision, but the points go to the hosts. 1-0.
Paulinho goes into the book for kicking the ball away following the foul.
Hull make another change as Nick Proschwitz replaces Sagbo up front.
There's a double substitution for Hull as Mclean replaces Rosenior and Brady comes on in place of Boyd.
Soldado cooly sends Harper the wrong way as he finds the bottom corner. 1-0 Spurs.
Penalty to Spurs after Elmohamady is adjudged to have handled Vertonghen's cross. That looked pretty harsh, there's no way he meant that. Soldado to take.
Boyd goes into the book for his late sliding challenge on Walker.
Defoe replaces Aaron Lennon for Spurs.
Lewis Holtby, who has struggled to make an impression, is replaced by Christian Eriksen for Spurs.
Chiriches is shown the yellow card for the foul on Sagbo.
Just the one half-time substitution as Moussa Dembele replaces Sandro for Spurs.
It's all square at half-time, but there's been plenty to talk about in this opening 45 minutes. It's been a frustrating half for Spurs who have struggled to create too many chances, while Steve Bruce will be delighted with the spirit shown by his side. 0-0.
Rosenior is shown the yellow card for dissent following Davies' foul.
Sandro goes into the book for his challenge on Elmohamady.
If you're fancying a flutter on this afternoon's game, our friends over at Sky Bet have got it covered. Spurs are the clear favourites at 4/11 and Roberto Soldado, fresh from his goal at Villa Park last weekend, is priced at 4/1 to open the scoring. The visitors are an outside shot at 8/1, but there can't have been too many backing West Ham here a couple of weeks ago...
Thanks to Jack Cumming who has been in touch via email, saying: 'Looking for a strong performance from spurs today. Lennon will bring us balance on the wings and Soldado will now be confident in front of goal! Lamela will get there guys let's just remember Rome wasn;t built in a day. Neither were Modric and Bale! COYS'
Lewis Hughes on Twitter (@lewishughes09) is confident of a home win. He says 'Thinking Spurs 2-0, Soldado and Townsend COYS!', while Bryan Higgins (@Bryan_Higgins76) makes a good point about Spurs' record-signing: 'Lamela is turning into an expensive sub,' he says. I agree, although it would be harsh to drop Townsend on recent form. It's a very strong looking bench for Spurs today.
Thanks to Hull City fan Gareth Ashton (@gareth_ashton) who's been in touch via Twitter, boldly predicting an away win. He says: 'Hull City AFC 2-1 today. #hcafc #citytillidie'
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