Gerrard set for Tigers debut

Hull City's latest loan signing Anthony Gerrard is expected to make his debut for the Tigers at parent club Cardiff City on Saturday.

Last Updated: 10/09/10 at 10:46

Gerrard: Set for Hull debut

Gerrard: Set for Hull debut

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Gerrard, cousin of England skipper Steven, agreed to a season-long loan at the KC Stadium at the start of the month and could go straight into Nigel Pearson's starting line-up.

Pearson could also be boosted by the return of Craig Fagan, yet to appear for the Tigers this season due to a hip injury, and defender Paul McShane, who has shaken off a hamstring strain.

But Caleb Folan must wait a little longer for his return from injury and neither Jimmy Bullard or Peter Halmosi are expected to be included in Pearson's squad.

Sheffield United have been linked with a loan move for winger Halmosi, while Bullard has not featured at all this season as the club look to off-load their biggest earner.

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