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Hull City must keep their cool and stick together to get a win during Sunday's crucial Premier League game at Crystal Palace with both teams fighting to maintain their top flight status next season, manager Marco Silva has said.
The 27-year-old defender has not played since being stretchered off during Palace's 1-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on April 26.
A draw at home against Hull will ensure safety for Palace but a loss will leave their fate hanging till the last day of the season, when they travel to fifth-placed Manchester United.
Sakho has been outstanding since his arrival at Selhurst Park in January, helping the club claim impressive victories against Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Allardyce says the game will be decided by which side best negotiates the pressure - and Palace's fans can tip the scales in their side's favour by staying positive. "They have to win, we only have to avoid losing".
Hull manager Silva has less experience, but has been linked with several Premier League jobs having amassed 21 points from his 16 league games in charge on Humberside.
"That is my opinion and we will fight". We have two more training sessions so we will see what my decision is. That philosophy has to apply for Sunday and whatever happens, however well you play or don't play, it's the result that matters. We need to win the next (game) and it is like a final to us.
"It is important for us that we do not change anything". We have squad full of loan players, players who could easily be prised away from us by clubs in the Premier League and there are a number of players out of contract.
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