Bruce to fans: 'Roar Hull City to win over Nottingham Forest'
HULL City boss Steve Bruce has called on fans to fill the KC Stadium tomorrow and lift his side to three vital points in the race.
Billy Davies' in-form Nottingham Forest side are expected to be roared on by more than 3,000 travelling supporters after five wins in a row have lifted them into the play-offs.
City were backed by more than 17,000 who watched their impressive 5-2 victory over Birmingham at the KC Stadium a fortnight ago.
And with the promotion race now in its home straight, Bruce is hoping the city backs the Tigers and attend in big number to roar them home.
"I know how difficult it is for people at present financially as we are the highest unemployment area in the country, so it's hard for people to find the money," Bruce said.
"But if they can, I'd love for people to come out and back the lads tomorrow and in the coming weeks at the KC.
"If people maybe do without their Saturday night out and come to the football, that would be great.
"I know Forest may bring more than 3,000, so if we can fill our areas in the stadium it will be a real proper game.
"With their support, hopefully we can go out and get another big three points.
"I know how hard it is for people to find the money, but if they can dig deep it will be appreciated by me and the players."