Former Swansea City and Hull City defender Sam Ricketts says the Welsh club are favourites to be relegated of the two this season.
Hull are 17th in the Premier League, a place and two-points above the Swans with six games still to play.
Ricketts says Hull’s momentum began they day they beat Swansea in March, who have since slumped
“Up until then, since [manager] Paul Clement came in, they were fantastic,” Ricketts told BBC Wales Sport.
He continued: “I thought Swansea were going to stay up. I went to the Hull v Swansea game thinking Swansea, who had just had a fantastic win over Burnley, just needed to come up to Hull and not lose and they would have been safe.
“But Hull won that game and from then, they have been winning and have the momentum. They have a two point advantage at the minute so I am afraid to say, with my Swansea hat on, I think Hull are favourites at the moment to stay up.”