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15 April 2022 Venue The MKM Stadium Attendance

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No fresh concerns for Bluebirds

12 April 2022

Shota Arveladze has addressed the media ahead of the Good Friday visit of Cardiff City, revealing that there are no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game.

The Tigers will be looking to build on their impressive win away against Middlesbrough when they host the Bluebirds at the MKM Stadium.

During his pre-match press conference, Arveladze began by providing an update on Randell Williams, who is the only remaining long-term absentee.

“Only Randell is still training apart (from the group).

“The rest of the players are fine - they’re all available.”

Arveladze continued by discussing the performance of Allahyar Sayyadmanesh at the Riverside Stadium, after he was named in the starting line-up for the first time since joining on loan until the end of the season from Fenerbahce.

“I’m not someone who likes to change (the team) a lot,” explained Arveladze.

“It was not the best time to bring him in away against Middlesbrough, but I think he did well. He stayed in the game - it was the first time he’s started.

“He looked good to me. It was a chance for me to put him in (the starting line-up) and he did well. I was satisfied (with his performance).”

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Match Reports

Hull City 2-1 Cardiff City: Match Report

15 April 2022

Hull City secured their place in the Sky Bet Championship for next season after defeating Cardiff City 2-1 at the MKM Stadium.

Despite Aden Flint setting up a nervy ending to the fixture, first-half finishes from Allahyar Sayyadmanesh and Lewie Coyle secured the Tigers their first home win in six games and a league double over the Bluebirds.

Shota Arveladze made only one change to his starting XI to the one that defeated Middlesbrough 1-0 last time out, with Coyle coming in for Ryan Longman, who was named on the bench. Alfie Jones made his 50th league start for the club, while Tom Eaves returned into the squad following the conclusion of his one match ban.

It took the Tigers just eight minutes to open the scoring as Sayyadmanesh picked up a loose back pass by Mark McGuinness, with the Iranian international rounding the onrushing Dillon Phillips before netting his first Hull City goal.

Three minutes later and the lead was doubled as Regan Slater picked out Coyle on the edge of the Cardiff penalty area, with the wing-back firing his left-footed strike, first time, into the bottom corner.

The Tigers were hungry for more goals as George Honeyman’s whipped delivery was punched away by Phillips, before Sayyadmanesh headed wide from a separate Honeyman cross. McGuinness then looked to pull a goal back for the visitors before half-time, but he volleyed wide from Will Vaulks’ free-kick, with the defender being flagged for offside anyways.

Two minutes into the second half, Slater drilled a low cross from the right wing into the six yard area for Keane Lewis-Potter, but the winger’s strike was blocked well by Phillips from close range. At the other end, midfield duo Tommy Doyle and Ryan Wintle struck their efforts wide from distance, before Matt Ingram denied Mark Harris.

With quarter of an hour to go, Cardiff wasted a glorious opportunity to pull a goal back as good passing play created a shooting opportunity for Doyle, but the midfielder dragged his shot wide. In the other goal, Coyle almost capitalised on a defensive mix-up, but his looped effort hit the side netting.

The Bluebirds pulled a goal back with ten minutes left to play as Flint rose highest to head home Doyle’s corner delivery. A few moments later and Harris almost got an equaliser for Cardiff, but his chipped effort went narrowly wide past the right-hand post.

 

Hull City (3-4-2-1): Matt Ingram; Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves; Lewie Coyle (Ryan Longman 84’), Richie Smallwood (C) (Di’Shon Bernard 81’), Regan Slater, Brandon Fleming; George Honeyman, Keane Lewis-Potter; Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (Marcus Forss 70’).

Subs Not Used: Nathan Baxter; Greg Docherty, Tom Eaves, Tom Huddlestone.

 

Cardiff City (3-4-3): Dillion Phillips; Oliver Denham, Aden Flint (C), Mark McGuinness (Tommy Doyle 46’); Cody Drameh, Will Vaulks, Ryan Wintle, Joel Bagan; Issak Davies (Alfie Doughty 76’), Uche Ikpeazu (Rubin Colwill 46’), Mark Harris.

Subs Not Used: Rohan Luthra, Jordan Hugill, Curtis Nelson, Perry Ng.

Attendance: 15,685

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Ticket News

Cardiff City (H): Ticket Details

21 March 2022

Tickets for Hull City's Sky Bet Championship home match against Cardiff City are now on sale.

The Bluebirds, managed by Steve Morison, travel to the MKM Stadium on Friday 15th April, kick-off 3pm.

The club's 'Welcome £2 the New Era' ticketing offer returns for this Good Friday fixture. The first two games of the offer, against Barnsley and Luton Town, saw us record our two highest attendances of the season and we are hoping for another bumper crowd!

The 'Welcome £2 the New Era' offer allows seniors and Under-16s to purchase a match ticket for just £2, with Members able to bring one friend for £2 (any age band).

 

Ticket Prices:

£27 - Adults

£15 - Young Adults (16-22 Years)

£2 – Seniors (65+), Under-16s and Member's Offer

 

Tickets are available to buy online here, in person from Tiger Leisure at the MKM Stadium, and over the phone on 01482 505600.

If you are a Member and would like to move seats to the West Stand Upper for this fixture, this can be done by contacting our Sales Centre on 01482 505600 or by emailing sales.centre@wearehullcity.co.uk.

If you wish to buy a group of tickets for a team/group/organisation, please call our Sales Centre on 01482 505600 for this to be arranged.

If you have any concerns about coming to watch games at the MKM Stadium in terms of Covid safety protocols, please give us a call on 01482 505600 and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.


Members - How to redeem a £2 ticket:

Online - To redeem a Member £2 ticket, sign in to your account on our ticketing website and select your match ticket for the Cardiff City game. Your ticket will be displayed at full price until you add the ticket into your basket, at which point, the ticket will show as £2. If you wish to purchase a Member £2 ticket on behalf of another Member, make sure that both of your accounts are linked.

Phone - Tickets are available over the phone by calling 01482 505600 at the MKM Stadium during regular opening hours. Members wishing to redeem a £2 ticket must have their Customer Number to hand.

Tiger Leisure - Tickets will be available from our Tiger Leisure store at the MKM Stadium during regular opening hours. Members wishing to redeem a £2 ticket must have their Membership card to hand. If you wish to purchase a £2 ticket on behalf of another Member, you must have their Customer Number to hand.

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