Team News ahead of Saturday afternoon's clash at the KC Stadium. Hull have no new injury concerns ahead of the weekend, although could offer first starts to Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore who impressed when they came off the bench against Chelsea. Norwich will be without Elliott Bennett and Gary Hooper, but there's better news in that Anthony Pilkington, Sebastien Bassong, Leroy Fer and Robert Snodgrass could return.
Defending champions Manchester United started their title defence in style with Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck scoring six points each. Christian Benteke also impressed on the opening day.
The transfer talk this summer has been all about Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez and Wayne Rooney, but none are expected to start when the new Premier League season begins.
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Norwich finished 11th last season, despite briefly flirting with the relegation places. This campaign should follow a similar pattern, but the addition of record-signing Ricky van Wolfwinkel increases the Canaries' goal threat.
After 27 years of Sir Alex Ferguson dominating the English football landscape, Fantasy League managers will get the chance to prove that they've got what it takes to continue his legacy. Success is measured in titles and there's plenty up for grabs in Classic and Pro.
Skilful striker Daniel Sturridge was the top scoring player at the weekend with nine points after bagging a stylish hat-trick for Liverpool against Fulham. The England international calmly struck three past the Cottagers.
Already relegated Reading enjoyed a memorable 4-2 win away at Fulham and powerful winger Hal Robson-Kanu recorded six points. The Welsh international bagged a brace
With games running out transfers and fantasy football points are more valuable than ever. Anyone who had John Terry in their team in midweek would have been laughing, and not just at the implausibility of his nine point haul.
Skilful midfielder Stephane Sessegnon scored five points on Sunday as Sunderland overcame rivals Newcastle in the Tyne-Wear derby. The Benin international put the Black Cats ahead in the 27th minute and set up David Vaughan.
An Arsenal player topped the weekend points scoring charts for the third week in a row and this time it was Tomas Rosicky bringing home the bacon. The Czech Republic midfielder bagged both goals, and six points, as the Gunners beat West Brom.