ROBBIE BRADY says Hull must put on a big show in the last-chance saloon to give themselves a shot at survival.
The Tigers need to beat Manchester United and hope other results go their way on Sunday to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
They need to win and hope Newcastle to fail to beat West Ham, while Sunderland will also be in the mix if they lose to Arsenal tonight.
Irish winger Brady, 23, said: "We've got one more crack of the whip and we'll have to make it a good one.
"We've got one more chance. It's last-chance saloon.
"We've got to pull ourselves together and get a result against Manchester United, otherwise we fall by the wayside.
"I'll be looking to put on a performance for myself and the lads and hopefully we can come away with a great win."
Hull have not beaten Brady's old club United since 1974 and Steve Bruce's men have lost their last three matches in the Premier League.
Brady said: "It seems to be the same story over and over. We've got to pick ourselves up and go again one last time."