Hull of a fight to stay up
“We’ve got two games to play and they are the equivalent of two Champions League finals,” Ranocchia told the club’s website (www.hullcitytigers.com).
“They’re not normal matches. They are matches of huge importance and we have to look to take six points and work as hard as we possibly can to make that happen.”
Swansea City, who are 17th in the table, face Sunderland today and victory for the Swans would give them a four-point lead over Hull and make tomorrow’s game against Palace a must-win encounter for the Tigers.
“We have worked hard in training throughout the week and we will be working as hard as we possibly