Steve Bruce has added another name to his summer acquisitions with the arrival of Tom Ince on a free after his contract with Blackpool expired.
Hull City continue an aggressive summer transfer campaign with the signing of Norwich winger Robert Snodgrass.
Honduras managed to score their first goal in a World Cup since 1982, and it put them ahead, but Ecuador leveled things quickly and would eventually go on to win in a 1-2 final.
Honduras XI: Valladares, Figueroa, Bernardez, Izaguirre, Palacios, Bengtson, Costly, Espinoza, Najar, Garrido, Beckeles
Croatia XI: Pletikosa, Srna, Corluka, Lovren, Vrsaijko, Brozovic, Modric, Rakitic, Perisic, Olic, Jelavic
On the back of a successful loan spell, Hull City have been trying to make Jake Livermore's deal permanent but today comes news he may be headed to Crystal Palace instead.
Steve Bruce's FA Cup runners up have been linked with a move for Norwich City attacking midfielder Robert Snodgrass.
Hull City have elected not to offer Robert Koren a new contract and the creative midfielder is being pursued by Championship clubs Ipswich and Charlton.
Hull City will start McGregor, Bruce, Davies, Chester, Rosenier, Meyler, Huddlestone, Livermore, Elmohamady, Fryatt, and Quinn against Arsenal in the FA Cup final.
Attacking midfielders Robby Brady and Sone Aluko face fitness tests ahead of today's FA Cup final.
Allan McGregor is set to start in the FA Cup final against Arsenal after recovering form and fitness sufficiently for manager Steve Bruce.
Paul McShane is a strong bet to return for Hull's meaningless Week 38 match to gain some match fitness and give Curtis Davies a rest.
With nothing to play for in the league and a huge Cup match against Arsenal next Sunday Curtis Davies is likely to be rested to ensure he is at his best for the FA Cup.
With both players Cup-tied it is likely that Steve Bruce will rest his first choice strike force in an attempt to give the players likely to start the FA Cup Final some time together.
Allan McGregor has been out of action with various injuries since his ugly collision against West Ham but may win the race to play in Week 38.