In fact, Silva is unbeaten in his last 41 home league games as a manager (W34 D7 L0), with his last loss coming on 30 March 2014 (Estoril v Rio Ave). Watford have seen their opponents have a man sent off in three of the last 10 Premier League games, with Hull receiving three red cards themselves in their last 10.
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"Hull 2-0 Watford: Marco Silva proud of Hull players & fansWatford striker Troy Deeney: "Not good enough. We just thought we could play some tiki-taka football against a team fighting for their lives. "I'm not in the business of apologising, but it's a long journey for our fans and that wasn't good enough, which is why I went over to apologise. "Silva's stunning home record continues - the statsSince Marco Silva's arrival, only Everton (21) and Tottenham Hotspur (21) have earned more points at home in the Premier League than Hull City (19).
Hull City 2-0 WatfordSam Clucas' stunning strike was just his second goal of the seasonTen-man Hull City claimed a gutsy victory against Watford to ensure they remain outside the relegation zone and in control of their Premier League destiny. The hosts endured a nightmare first half at the KCOM Stadium, the nadir coming when striker Oumar Niasse was shown a controversial straight red for a challenge on M'Baye Niang in the 25th minute.
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We played with 10 players, but our boys were fantastic and they deserved it. "I'm really happy but we still have four games to fight. Maybe in January no one would believe in our club to survive. I don't know what the future is. "On Niasse's red card: "I don't want to talk about this situation and I respect the referee and officials, but this is not the first time that something like this has happened. Today we have achieved what we needed, but it was very hard.
Everything you need to know about Watford v Hull City in the ChampionshipHull City finally return to Championship action on Sunday when they head to fourth-placed Watford. The Tigers enjoyed a good start to the season but have tailed off since, winning just four of their last 15 matches. They currently sit in 20th position - just a point above the relegation zone. Watford, on the other hand, have had mixed success since they parted company with Rob Edwards after just 10 matches.
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"It's just not about this season, it's about next season. "Man of the match - Sam Clucas (Hull City)Another tireless performance by Clucas, who covered 11. 73km in the centre of the park, more than any other player bar fellow midfielder Alfred N'Diaye (11. 8km). He also led his team in tackles (5) and - most importantly - made sure of three priceless points with a stunning goal'This is not the first time something like this has happened'Hull manager Marco Silva: "Yes I'm really happy. It was not easy.
The change gave the 10 men a better shape, but when the breakthrough came it was their two wingers who combined to superb effect. Grosicki's bouncing cross was met with a clever header by Markovic that came down on the line but needed following up by the alert Serb. As long as Hull's lead was just one goal it looked fragile, so when when Clucas unleashed his thunderous effort 19 minutes from time the joy of the moment was matched by a huge sense of relief both on the pitch and in the stands. Hornets' away-day woes continueOumar Niasse has scored five times for Hull since arriving on loan in JanuaryWatford's failure to punish Hull for Niasse's dismissal continues their poor run on the road, which has been in sharp contrast to their displays at home.
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The dismissal came as a shock to the on-loan Everton striker, who undoubtedly caught the Watford midfielder high on the shin pad with a raised boot, although the contact appeared to be light. On the touchline Hull boss Silva was apoplectic, and his mood was not improved by Madley turning down a penalty appeal just before the break when Grosicki was caught from behind by Nordin Amrabat as he shaped to shoot. Silva decided against confronting the official at half-time, instead focusing his efforts on things he could control, namely adding bite to his depleted attack by throwing Abel Hernandez into the action in place of Evandro.
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Hull have claimed 28 points in home games this season, compared to five points away, accounting for 85% of their total (28/33). Only in one previous Premier League campaign have Hull City recorded more wins than the nine they have this season (10 in 2013/14). What's next? Hull travel to Southampton on Saturday, 29 April (15:00 BST), while Watford are not in action until Monday, 1 May when they host Liverpool at Vicarage Road (20:00 BST). Line-upsHullFormation 4-2-3-116Jakupovic27El Mohamady13Ranocchia5Maguire3RobertsonBooked at 81mins10A N'DiayeBooked at 42mins11Clucas50MarkovicBooked at 66minsSubstituted forHuddlestoneat 82'minutes40EvandroSubstituted forHernándezat 45'minutes17GrosickiSubstituted forDawsonat 90'minutes24NiasseBooked at 25minsSubstitutes8Huddlestone9Hernández15Maloney18Mbokani21Dawson22Henriksen23MarshallWatfordFormation 4-2-3-11Gomes22Janmaat5PrödlBooked at 68mins3Britos25HolebasSubstituted forZuñigaat 87'minutes8Cleverley16DoucouréSubstituted forOkakaat 73'minutes7N AmrabatSubstituted forSuccessat 67'minutes29Capoue21Niang9DeeneySubstitutes6Mariappa10Success11Behrami18Zuñiga27Kabasele30Pantilimon33OkakaReferee:Robert MadleyAttendance:20, 432Live TextMatch ends, Hull City 2, Watford 0.
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