A month after Liverpool last locked horns with Hull City, Tigers supporter Gary Clark provides the latest from the KC Stadium ahead of today's reverse fixture.

How have Hull performed since we last met?

Since that wonderful first day in December, things have been pretty good at this end of the M62. We did lose 2-0 at Arsenal three days after beating you 3-1, but it was no disgrace, especially after we gifted them an opening goal inside the first minute.

On Boxing Day we had Manchester United at home and raced into a 2-0 lead on twelve minutes. David Moyes blamed the team's late arrival due to a traffic jam on the Humber Bridge, I just thought we were the better team. They edged into a 3-2 lead then defended with their lives. A draw would have been a much fairer result.

Two days later we had a 'six-pointer relegation battle', as many described the visit of Fulham. A tense opening 45 saw both teams trot off at 0-0, with the Fulham 'keeper the man of the match. In the second half City blew them away with six goals and, to be fair, it could quite easily have been double figures. Tom Huddlestone was exceptional and produced arguably the best performance anyone has ever seen in their history by a player in a Hull City shirt. It was our highest ever win in the Premier League.

What did the win at the KC Stadium mean to your supporters?

I rank that 3-1 win over you in December as the best ever home league win in the club's history. The best ever away win, so far, was at Arsenal in September 2008 by 2-1.

How confident are you for this return fixture?

I hear you are struggling a bit with injuries and Steven Gerrard is a doubt. If Suarez was missing too then, yes, an upset might be on the cards. Some bookies are offering 33/1 against a 1-0 win to Hull. That sums it up. But who would have forecast that win at the KC? Anything could happen, but I don't think it will and I would snap your hand off for a draw tonight.

What have you made of the Reds so far this season?

I don't pay a lot of attention to how Liverpool are doing, to be honest, as it's a full-time job supporting Hull City. I realise you have a new manager and are not hitting the heights many of you expect yet, but you do have two of the finest footballers in the country in Gerrard and Suarez, and whilst those two are playing Liverpool will always be a force.