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SportsTalk: Injuries bite to test Tigers’ depth while the Four Nations looms for confident England

Hull City's Steve Harper receives attention from the physio during the Barclays Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium

Hull City's Steve Harper receives attention from the physio during the Barclays Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium

IMPRESSIVE though they were in a 2-2 draw at Arsenal on Saturday, the most costly thing about Hull City’s trip to the capital was the worrying new additions to their injury list.

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Goalkeeper Steve Harper, defender Michael Dawson and forward Nikica Jelavic all came home nursing problems to leave Steve Bruce with a number of issues ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool.

The Yorkshire Post’s chief football correspondent, Richard Sutcliffe, joins host Phil Harrison to discuss Hull’s ability to cope with such problems, as well as looking ahead to a busy Tuesday night of football, focusing primarily on struggling York City’s trip to Morecambe under new manager Russ Wilcox.

And The YP’s rugby league writer Dave Craven pops in to discuss the earlier-than-normal release of the 2015 fixtures and the new format for all three tiers, as well as looking ahead to England’s chances in the Four nations Down Under, which starts this Saturday with a clash against Samoa.

 

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