Final Stoke sub, Adam on for Arnautovic in the 90th minute
Just under five minutes to play, plus stoppages. Stoke looking for a winner still there. It's been another good second half performance, but sadly no goals have come yet
Boyd offside as Rosenior looks to thread him through on goal with a low pass into the box
Stoke looking like the most likely team to win it at the moment, but as we know things can change in an instant
Assaidi chases on to a ball down the channel. His paces gets him there, he looks to cross into the box but its blocked
Third Hull sub on 82, Graham off for Boyd.
Arnautovic delivers, its destined for Crouch and Shawcross but in the end it falls to a Hull defender who gets it clear
Stoke free kick on the right flank. It was Assaidi who was fouled. All 11 back for Hull here
23,324 the attendance here to watch the game this evening
Palacios on for Whelan for Stoke. 12 minutes to go plus stoppages.
Bruce can too, he brings off Meyler and replaces him with Rosenior. They're going 4-4-2 now we think
The travelling supporters making the noise now at the KC, they can see that Stoke are pushing for the winner
Ireland crosses for Crouch after Assaidi plays him through. Crouch is beaten in the air but it falls to Whelan. He looks to shoot but he either kicks the ground or it bobbles wrongly.
Shawcross then heads against the bar from the corner! The Potters are on top here, can we take advantage of this good play? Fingers crossed we can.
oh and McGregor makes a save from Crouch! A cross from the right was diverted at goal by the big man, but the keeper saves well
That's better from Stoke, we're growing into the game here the longer it goes on
He stands a cross up into the box for Crouch. The big striker and McGregor compete for the ball, with the keeper just about claiming it in the end
Stoke again come forward with Cameron through the centre. Some neat exchange passing follows before Arnautovic plays it out wide for Pieters
Hull get things underway here, come on Stoke!
And out come the two teams here to applause from all sides of the stadium. The hosts are due for a protest against their chairman's proposed name change, but at the moment it's all positive stuff
Hull City have lost just once on home turf this season, can we double that tally today?