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September 28, 2014    Curtis Davies News

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Davies led Hull City with 11 clearances Saturday, but it was not enough as the Tigers lost 4-2 to Manchester City.

Davies continues to be the most active among the Hull City defenders as he has almost twice as many clearances than his next closest teammate. Despite the large amount of clearances, Hull City's inability to keep clean sheets has limited his fantasy production.

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September 20, 2014

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Davies was in Hull City's Starting XI for Saturday's 2-2 draw against Newcastle United. Despite not being able to help keep a clean sheet, he did his best by making 19 clearances during the match and also attempting two shots.

While Davies continues to rely on keeping a clean sheet to earn the majority of his fantasy value, he does appear to play more forward on the road. During the Tigers' three away matches, Davies has attempted three shots.

September 15, 2014

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Davies was credited with an own goal during Monday's 2-2 draw as he was unable to control an attempted West Ham United cross and it bounced off him into his own goal.

Davies has started all four matches for Hull City so far this season. He does not contribute much to the Tigers' attack, so his fantasy value remains low unless they face a good defensive match up.

September 1, 2014

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Davies was named to Hull City's Starting XI for Sunday's match against Aston Villa. However, a yellow card received right before half-time saw him get substituted for as the teams started the second half.

Davies has started all three Hull City matches this season. His fantasy value has taken a hit this season as he has picked up two yellow cards in those three appearances.

June 2, 2014

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Hull may offer Davies a new contract in an effort to avoid any transfer overtures for the player from Sunderland, reports the Daily Mirror.

Davied scored in the FA Cup final to cap off a very strong season for the team. Those performances have attracted the interest of other clubs, but Hull are looking to make sure the retain his services.

March 27, 2014

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Davies was fit for Wednesday's match against West Ham after being considered doubtful earlier in the week with a knee injury. He managed to play the full 90 minutes for Hull City, but the Tigers lost 2-1.

Davies and Hull City have not kept many clean sheets this season, limiting his fantasy value.

March 25, 2014

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Manager Steve Bruce said Davies (knee) is a doubt for Wednesday's match against West Ham, according to Philip Buckingham of the Hull Daily Mail.

The injury does not appear to be serious, and Davies has not been officially ruled out. If he's unable to go, his next opportunity to play comes Saturday against Stoke City.

March 22, 2014

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Davies picked up an assist on Shane Long's goal during Saturday's 2-0 victory over West Brom. In addition to helping on a goal, he also helped Hull City keep a clean sheet.

Davies now has a goal and an assist in his last three matches and continues to provide some help in the Hull City attack. His value will mostly be tied to the Tigers' ability to keep a clean sheet but he can occasionally add some offensive production.