Hull injuries ease ahead of Sunderland

18 Nov 2016
Robert Snodgrass, Hull City

Mike Phelan confirms Tigers have no fresh concerns following the international break

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Hull City have come through the international break unscathed and with no new injury concerns, Mike Phelan has confirmed.

The Tigers remain without long-term absentees Moses Odubajo (knee), Alex Bruce, Andrew Robertson (both calf), Abel Hernandez (groin), Will Keane (knee) and Shaun Maloney (back), but are in buoyant mood ahead of Saturday's match at Sunderland.

"We've got enough players within this group to take to Sunderland to perform at the level I expect," Phelan told "They're training well, they're buoyant and so they should be. We've prepared the best we possibly can." 

Adama Diomande will serve the final of a three-match ban at the Stadium of Light.

See: Davies: We want to kick on now

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