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Dublin: 3°C Tuesday 13 April 2021

Roy Keane is checking out Hull's Irish contingent this afternoon

Steve Bruce’s side host Spurs in one of five 3pm kick-offs.

Keane: should have plenty of players to keep an eye on this afternoon.
Keane: should have plenty of players to keep an eye on this afternoon.
Image: INPHO/Donall Farmer

ROBBIE BRADY COULD make his first Premier League appearance since mid-December when Hull host Spurs this afternoon.

Roy Keane will be at the KC Stadium to check out Hull’s Irish contingent ahead of next month’s friendly against Serbia.

He’ll hope to see Brady get some game time as Steve Bruce continues to ease him back after six weeks out with a hernia problem.

The winger returned for 20 minutes against Southend last weekend, his first action since 14 December.

He was rested then for the defeat against Crystal Palace in midweek before Bruce added him to today’s squad.

Shane Long drew a blank on his debut against Palace and will hope to open his account at the second attempt while David Meyler, Paul McShane and Stephen Quinn are also in line to feature.

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