Brown hopes to name same team

Hull boss Phil Brown is hopeful Andy Dawson and George Boateng will be fit for the Premier League clash with Blackburn at Ewood on Wednesday.

Last Updated: 09/02/10 at 14:18

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Both players picked up niggles in the impressive 2-1 victory over Manchester City on Saturday but Brown is hoping to name the same side.

Geovanni is still out after travelling to Portugal for treatment on a minor medial ligament problem while Jimmy Bullard has returned to training and could make his comeback against West Ham next weekend.

Kick-off is at 8pm.

Hull (from): Myhill, Gardner, McShane, Dawson, Mouyokolo, Boateng, Mendy, Hunt, Cairney, Altidore, Olofinjana, Vennegoor of Hesselink, Garcia, Zaki, Zayatte, Fagan, Barmby, Duke, Kilbane.

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