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Monday, February 23, 2009

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Craig Fagan will miss Monday's game against Tottenham after undergoing minor knee surgery.

Striker Daniel Cousin is available again recovering from his own minor knee operation while captain Ian Ashbee has overcome a calf problem.

Kevin Kilbane returns to face Spurs after being cup-tied for last week's FA Cup trip to Sheffield United but midfielder Ryan France (thigh) is doubtful.

Matt Duke is set to be restored in goal ahead of Boaz Myhill.

Hull boss Phil Brown claims Tottenham have a right to expect "fantastic football" from their players - but is determined to stop them on Monday.

Spurs' problems this season have been well documented, the club struggling to pull away from the bottom of the Barclays Premier League despite a relative wealth of resources.

They have shown their capabilities by reaching the Carling Cup final for a second successive season but are still not clear of relegation danger.

Hull are four points better off but Brown is wary of the threat Harry Redknapp's men pose.

"We know what the players are capable of," said Brown.

"As a group, we went to watch Tottenham play Stoke - and in the first half they played some fantastic football. But if you look at their squad, they are entitled to."

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