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Match facts: Hull City v Swansea City (English Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Saturday’s match between Hull City and Swansea City in the 28th matchday of the English Premier League

Ahram Online , Saturday 11 Mar 2017
Hull City
Hull City's Egyptian midfielder Ahmed Elmohamady (R) vies with Leicester City's English midfielder Marc Albrighton during the English Premier League football match between Leicester City and Hull City at King Power Stadium in Leicester, central England on March 4, 2017. (AFP)
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Full time: Hull City 2-1 Swansea City
Scorers: Niasse 69, 78 / Mawson 90

Yellow cards:
N'Diaye 45, Huddlestone 56, Markovic 73 (Hull City)
Olsson 45 (Swansea City)

Starting lineups:

Hull City: E. Jakupovic; A. Ranocchia, H. Maguire, A. Robertson, T. Huddlestone, A. N'Diaye (Niasse 63), S. Clucas, O. Elabdellaoui, L. Markovic (Elmohamady 76), K. Grosicki, A. Hernandez (Meyler 82)

Swansea City: L. Fabianski; Martin Olsson, Angel Rangel (Amat 33), F. Fernandez, A. Mawson, W. Routledge (Narsingh 72), J. Cork, L. Fer, G. Sigurasson, T. Carroll, Llorente (Ayew 45)

Venue: KCOM Stadium (Hull)

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