Hull v Sunderland, Leicester v Watford and more: clockwatch – live!

Today’s 3pm Premier League fixtures

Hello one and all. On 30 March 2014, Rio Ave won 1-0 away to Estoril in Portugal’s Primera Liga. The goal was scored by the Egyptian striker Ahmed Hassan Mahgoub, also known as Kouka, or Koka, though his mother probably calls him Ahmed. It was a tremendous goal, belted low into the corner from 20 yards after a smooth passing move. You might wonder what’s the point of all this, and we’ll get to that as soon as we’ve dragged this paragraph out long enough to cause you mild irritation and make you question whether you are really living life to the max right now.

Where were we? Oh yeah, 30 March 2014. That was the last time Marco Silva lost a home league game as manager – a run that encompasses 41 matches and four different clubs. Since he moved to Hull they have been almost invincible at the KCOM Stadium, with six wins and a draw from seven games. If they win today at home to Sunderland - and they bloody well should - they will put all kinds of pressure on Swansea before their 5.30 kick-off at home to Everton. As it stands Hull are two points ahead of Swansea with three games to play.

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