Bruce has found his Hull side in danger despite spending millions over the summer.
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The penultimate round of matches in this season's Premier League gets under way Saturday with several clubs looking to avoid joining already-relegated Burnley and Queens Park Rangers in English football's second-tier next term.Newcastle and Sunderland are the next two clubs in line, with the northeast rivals both on 36 points, although Sunderland do have a game in hand, against Arsenal, next week.This weekend sees Newcastle away to QPR while Sunderland face Leicester, just a point and a place above them, in what promises to be a classic relegation "six-pointer". Last week's 1-1 draw with West Brom ended Newcastle's run of eight straight defeats, their worst for 38 years, and left them two points above the relegation zone with two games to play.
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