May 4, 2013 at 12.45pm UK at ​The KCOM Stadium
Hull City
2-2
CardiffCardiff City
McShane (63'), Proschwitz (58')
Elmohamady (41'), Proschwitz (90')
FT(HT: 0-0)
Maynard (90' pen.), Campbell (49')
Taylor (30'), Nugent (79'), Gunnarsson (90')
Taylor (90')

Malky Mackay: 'We will respect last game'

Malky Mackay
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Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay admits that his side have a duty to respect their last game in the Championship before promotion to the Premier League.

Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has insisted that his side want to finish the season in positive fashion when they face Hull City on Sunday.

The Bluebirds travel to the KC Stadium aware that Hull require a win to join them in the Premier League next season, and Mackay believes that his team must respect the situation put in front of them.

The 41-year-old told Wales Online: "We have to respect the League. This match is live on television and the outcome of matches on Sunday will mean £100m and more to one team.

"We have been top of the Championship for more than five months and we will do all we can to finish on a high."

Cardiff have already secured the Championship title, going into Sunday's match with an eight-point advantage over Hull.

Glenn Murray
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