AFC Bournemouth winger Marc Pugh believes Hull will be a different proposition to the side the Cherries beat 6-1 at Dean Court.
Since that fixture in October, Mike Phelan who had only just been handed the managerial role on a permanent basis, has since been sacked by Hull.
Former Olympiakos manager Marco Silva has stepped in at Hull City, with this his first game in charge.
AFC Bournemouth are targeting extending their unbeaten run in the Premier League to three matches following the victory over Swansea City and the draw with Arsenal.
Pugh is also targeting a strong points haul from the upcoming games against Hull and Watford, before the home game against Crystal Palace at the end of the month.
Pugh told the Daily Echo…
‘…Hull and Watford are going to be tough games but we have the belief in the dressing room that we can put a run together and, hopefully, secure our status in the top half of the table…’
‘…It would be nice to play the way we did when we played them on home soil but it doesn’t come as easily as that. We’re not going to go there and win 6-1, we’re sure about that.
‘We’ve got to be dogged and, hopefully, our quality will shine through.’
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