Preview: Hull City (H)
Posted: Wednesday, July 8th 2020
Friday, September 13th 2019
With the international break complete, City return to action this weekend having enjoyed a positive start to the season in August.
City are five unbeaten as they travel to Stoke City tomorrow (September 13th, 3pm KO) and Andreas Weimann wants to use this run as a platform to push on strongly in September.
After a few days to recover and spend time with friends and family, for those not involved on international duty, the camp are refreshed and ready to go again.
“The mood is good and obviously going five games unbeaten we are really just looking forward to getting going again and start playing our games again,” Weimann said.
“Now we have come back and we’re ready to go. Like I say, everyone is raring to go to start playing again.
“I think the start has been good, yes. If you’d have said we would go five of the six unbeaten with three wins in a row at some tough places, well I think we can say it has been a good start.
“Now it’s all about trying to kick on in this little period where we have four weeks to try and get as many points again as we can.”
The Potters host in tomorrow’s Sky Bet Championship fixture and though they may be bottom of the division, Weimann and his teammates are taking nothing for granted.
He said: “I think in the league everyone knows anyone can beat anyone and you need to be on your game every matchday. About Stoke, I think if you look at their squad with the players they’ve got, with the individuals they’ve got, they shouldn’t be where they are so I’m sure they are looking to turn it around.
“Obviously, our job is that they need to wait another week and that we can get the win.”
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