A STING IN THE TAYL; PREMIER LEAGUE: IT IS HONOURS EVEN AT HULL'S KC STADIUM Steven Swoops to Save the Day, but Toon's in Danger

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A STING IN THE TAYL; PREMIER LEAGUE: IT IS HONOURS EVEN AT HULL'S KC STADIUM Steven Swoops to Save the Day, but Toon's in Danger


Byline: BY BRIAN McNALLY

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NEWCASTLE 1

HULL CITY manager Phil Brown has warned his relegation rivals: "It may even need more than 40 points to survive this season."

Brown saw his Hull side jump two places in the table after a scrappy 1-1 draw with a Newcastle side that has won just once in 13 league and cup games.

Brazilian Giovanni scored a superb opener for the Tigers on one minute before Toon defender Steven Taylor equalised seven minutes before the break.

The point was also enough for Newcastle to climb a place to 16th, but now they are still only separated from relegation by a superior goal difference.

And Brown, who takes his side to the Emirates for an FA Cup sixth round clash with Arsenal on Tuesday, thinks that all the sides in the bottom half are in the relegation mix.

Boss Brown said: "It was a scrappy affair. We got in front with a great goal then a lapse of concentration cost us.

"Newcastle huffed and puffed in the second half without really troubling our goal.

"But this result suits us more than Newcastle. What we need is a little bit of composure over the last nine games. I think the relegation battle will go right down to the wire for nine or ten teams.

"My target is over 40 points. Noone has done a Derby and got left well adrift. Even the team in 20th place still has a chance.

"The FA Cup game against Arsenal is a pleasant distraction, but still a big game. …

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