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PETER ODEMWINGIE'S fourth goal in three games was enough to claim a third consecutive victory for the Potters against Hull City on Saturday afternoon and all but secure a seventh consecutive top-flight campaign.

The Nigerian international expertly rifled home the only goal of the game shortly after the hour mark after latching on to a misplaced James Chester ball deep inside his own half.

The triumph brought an end to a historic month for Mark Hughes' side, having recorded a Club record 13 Premier League points from it, enough to hit the much talked about 40-point safety barrier.

The game could have panned out somewhat differently however had it not been for the brilliance of Asmir Begovic, who twice denied the visitors either side of the interval with world class saves.

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