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Steve Tongue is a Football Correspondent for The Independent.

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Steve Bruce grimaces during the defeat to Spurs

Hull City relegation battle: Steve Bruce struggles to keep Tigers hopeful of survival

Defeat to Tottenham puts Hull on the brink

Steve Bruce grimaces during the defeat to Spurs

Tottenham vs Hull match report: Crisis-torn Tigers on the brink after another defeat

Tottenham 2 Hull 0: Bruce’s worst week in football ends with his team staring into the abyss

Maruoane Fellaini celebrates after scoring against Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United match report: Julian Speroni gifts United victory as Marouane Fellaini heads home winner

Crystal Palace 1 Manchester United 2: Juan Mata opened the scoring with a penalty before Jason Puncheon equalised

Fernando Amorebieta is mobbed after late goal
Brentford striker Andre Gray says the fact his side have lost twice to Boro this season counts for nothing

Brentford vs Middlesbrough Championship play-off semi-final: Bees buzz with belief despite Boro supremacy

Aitor Karanka's defensively strong side have already beaten Brentford twice this season

Brentford manager Mark Warburton faces an uncertain future

Mark Warburton plays for high stakes again but will get no reward at Brentford - even if they are promoted to Premier League

Even play-off success will not stop former City trader’s exit

Tottenham vs Manchester City: Nacer Chadli picks up the beat of life at White Hart Lane

If the gifted Christian Eriksen is a John Lennon in search of his Paul McCartney, fellow midfielder Nacer Chadli has come to look like the only candidate

Mark Noble celebrates his goal for West Ham

West Ham vs Burnley match report: Michael Duff sending-off spells the end for Clarets

West Ham 1 Burnley 0: Duff was shown a straight red card after giving away a penalty

Crystal Palace vs Hull match report: Dame N’Doye hits double to give Hull valuable breathing space in battle against the drop

Crystal Palace 0 Hull City 2: Chelsea can secure the Premier League title at Palace next week, and you'd back them to on this showing

The Men's Oxford Boat Race crew celebrate their victory over Cambridge

Boat Race 2015: Oxford do the double as Men follow suit to beat Cambridge by six lengths

Both Oxford's Men's and Women's crews powered to victory in the annual University Boat Races

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