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Williams remains unavailable for Middlesbrough

7 April 2022

Shota Arveladze has revealed that midfielder Randell Williams remains unavailable for this weekend’s game against Middlesbrough.

The 25-year-old has not featured for the Tigers since being withdrawn against Bournemouth in January, and Arveladze says he still has work to do before he can make a return to the team.

“Randell still isn’t 100% fit,” explained Arveladze.

“He doesn’t feel as comfortable as we want (him to), so it’s probably only going to be him (missing out through injury against Middlesbrough).

“He must concentrate on his fitness and get back as soon as he can and then see how it goes.”

Away from Williams, Arveladze confirmed that he has no other fresh injuries to deal with ahead of the trip to the Riverside Stadium.

However, forward Tom Eaves will be unavailable for selection as he serves out his one-match suspension following his dismissal against Huddersfield Town.

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Middlesbrough 0-1 Hull City: Match Report

9 April 2022

Hull City recorded a first league victory at Middlesbrough in 36 years courtesy of Keane Lewis-Potter’s 10th goal of the season.

The 21-year-old curled home the game’s only goal 16 minutes from time to stun play-off pushing Boro and secure a third win in four away matches.

Allahyar Sayyadmanesh was handed his full City debut as he replaced the suspended Tom Eaves in the only change from the 1-0 defeat to Huddersfield Town.

Not since March 1986 had the Tigers won a league fixture on Teesside, although Shota Arveladze’s men were unbeaten in their previous five away games.

Chris Wilder’s charges had won eight consecutive home league matches prior to the midweek defeat to champions elect Fulham and bossed possession and territory from the outset.

Aaron Connolly rolled a seventh-minute effort wide after being picked out by Matt Crooks’ cut-back, although the offside flag was raised.

Marc Bola’s wicked centre was well claimed by Matt Ingram and the same man’s drive from the edge of the D deflected off George Honeyman and into the keeper’s arms.

Boro were being restricted by a well-drilled defensive effort but felt they should have been awarded a penalty on the half-hour when Aaron Connolly went down under Jacob Greaves’ challenge.

The Brighton loanee, while on the ground, managed to hook the ball back into the path of Folarin Balogun, who lofted his first-time shot onto the roof of the net.

Having kept Middlesbrough quiet for most of the first half, the Tigers almost scored from their first attempt on the stroke of half-time.

After fine work from Sayyadmanesh, Ryan Longman slid Honeyman through on goal and he clipped the ball over the advancing Joe Lumley but Marcus Tavernier got back to clear off the line.

City continued to limit Middlesbrough to precious little after the break, prompting Wilder into a double change as Duncan Watmore and Josh Coburn were introduced just after the hour.

Watmore was straight into the thick of the action as he squeezed a pass through to Connolly, who finished with aplomb via the far post, but the Irish forward had strayed offside.

Bola’s deflected shot flashed wide and Tavernier was booked for simulation as home frustrations grew, while Regan Slater nodded Longman’s accurate cross straight at Lumley.

Determined and resolute, the Tigers had stifled their top-six aspiring hosts and snatched their opportunity to hit the front with 16 minutes remaining.

Lewis-Potter was allowed to cut inside from the left and unleashed a curling right-footed shot which deceived Lumley, possibly distracted by the run of Honeyman, and nestled into the far bottom corner.

The 1,200-plus visiting fans celebrated wildly and were almost on their feet again as Slater’s wickedly deflected shot dropped wide.

Connolly glanced Jonny Howson’s free-kick narrowly wide and Tavernier’s stoppage-time pile-driver stung the palms of Ingram as Boro pushed for a leveller which failed to materialise.

 

Middlesbrough (3-5-2): Joe Lumley; Anfernee Dijksteel, Dael Fry (Sol Bamba 34’), Paddy McNair; Marcus Tavernier, Matt Crooks (Duncan Watmore 63’), Jonny Howson ©, Riley McGree, Marc Bola; Aaron Connolly, Folarin Balogun (Josh Coburn 63’).

Subs not used: Luke Daniels, Andraz Sporar, Lee Peltier, James Lea Siliki.

 

Hull City (3-4-2-1): Matt Ingram; Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves; Ryan Longman (Callum Elder 88’), Richie Smallwood © (Greg Docherty 80’), Brandon Fleming; George Honeyman, Keane Lewis-Potter; Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (Tyler Smith 75’).

Subs not used: Nathan Baxter, Tom Huddlestone, Di’Shon Bernard, Marcus Forss.

 

Attendance: 24,603

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Middlesbrough (A): Ticket Details

21 March 2022

Tickets for Hull City's Championship match away to Middlesbrough on Saturday 9th April are now on sale to Members.

The game kicks off at 3pm at the Riverside Stadium.

Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on Wednesday 23rd March.

Ticket Prices:

£30 - Adults

£22 - Senior 65+

£17 - Under-18s

Disabled supporters pay the price shown above and are entitled to a free ticket for a personal assistant if required.

Disabled tickets (ambulant and wheelchair) are only available to purchase over the phone on 01482 505600 or from Tiger Leisure at the MKM Stadium.

Tickets will be available online, over the phone on 01482 505600 and from Tiger Leisure until 12 noon (9am online) on Friday 8th April.

The last day to order your tickets for post is Wednesday 6th April.

If supporters wish to collect their tickets from Tiger Leisure, they must do so by 12 noon on Friday 8th April. If you wish to make alternative arrangements for collection, please call our Sales Centre on 01482 505600.

 

Tiger Travel:

Coach travel for the trip to up North Yorkshire is priced at £18 for Members and £24 for non-Members.

Coaches will depart from the South Stand car park at the MKM Stadium at 10:30am.

You can purchase Tiger Travel online, over the phone on 01482 505600, and in person at the Tiger Leisure store.

Face masks are recommended to be worn while onboard the Tiger Travel coaches.

Supporters should be aware that it is an offence to take alcohol on to the coaches under the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985. If the coaches are stopped en route by the police and alcohol is found, the coach will not be allowed to travel to the away ground and turned round.

 

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