Robinho ready to return against Hull

Record signing Robinho is set to make his first Manchester City appearance for three months in Saturday's Premier League encounter with Hull.

Last Updated: 27/11/09 at 14:04

Robinho: Ready to make his comeback

Robinho: Ready to make his comeback

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

The £32.5million Brazilian has not been involved for the Blues since August, after which he suffered a stress fracture of his ankle on his international duty in Argentina.

But the former Real Madrid is expected to be on the bench at Eastlands at least for the visit of Phil Brown's men as City look to arrest a run of six straight draws.

City (from): Given, Taylor, Richards, Zabaleta, Toure, Lescott, Onuoha, Bridge, Garrido, Wright-Phillips, De Jong, Kompany, Johnson, Ireland, Barry, Robinho, Bellamy, Adebayor, Tevez, Santa Cruz, Benjani.

Football365 Facebook Fan Page

The Football365 fan page is a great place to meet like minded people, have football related discussions and make new friends.

Premier League Fixtures

Saturday, 20 December 2014
12:45
Man City v C Palace  
15:00
A Villa v Man Utd  
Hull City v Swansea  
QPR v W Brom  
So'ton v Everton  
Tottenham v Burnley  
West Ham v Leicester  
Sunday, 21 December 2014
13:30
Newcastle v S'land  
16:00
Liverpool v Arsenal  
Monday, 22 December 2014
20:00
Stoke v Chelsea  

Footer 365

Capital One Cup: Tottenham thump Newcastle 4-0 to reach the semi-finals

Tottenham thrashed Newcastle United 4-0 at White Hart Lane to reach the Capital One Cup semi-finals.

Premier League: Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge to be treated by Boston Red Sox staff

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge is set to spend Christmas in Boston as he continues to receive treatment on a thigh injury.

League Two: Hartlepool's new manager Ronnie Moore ready for 'biggest job'

Hartlepool's new manager Ronnie Moore says he is taking on "the biggest job in English football".

Mail Box

Pulis To Liverpool Might Just Work

One Mailboxer believes that Tony Pulis managing Liverpool isn't as silly as you might think. Plus Bournemouth aren't that romantic and we're all guilty of ignoring Everton...

It's Not As Simple As Losing Luis Suarez...

That's the view of Liverpool fans in the mailbox as the Reds continue to struggle without their talisman. Suarez isn't doing particularly well at Barca either, it should be said...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property