We don’t do that well in this fixture:
Hull City marked their first appearance in English football’s top-flight by coming from behind to beat Fulham.
Substitute Caleb Folan side-footed home the winner after fellow sub Craig Fagan caught Fulham defender Paul Konchesky in possession in his own penalty area
An injury-time goal from Manucho stole Hull a valuable three points in their relegation battle as they beat Fulham.
Manucho sidefooted in at the far post from a Richard Garcia cross at the end of a game that Fulham dominated.
Fulham moved away from the bottom end of the Premier League after an easy victory over an unambitious Hull side.
Jimmy Bullard scored against his former club as Hull edged closer to safety in manager Iain Dowie’s first home game.
Bullard smashed home a first-half penalty after the lively Jose Altidore was wrestled to the ground by Manchester United-bound Chris Smalling.
Craig Fagan wrapped things up with a looping header to leave Hull 18th but now level on 27 points with West Ham.
Hull scored six second-half goals to thrash Fulham and go seven points clear of the Premier League relegation zone.
It was the Tigers’ biggest-ever victory in the Premier League.