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08 February 2022 Venue Pride Park Stadium Attendance

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Derby County 3-1 Hull City: Match Report

8 February 2022

Hull City were well beaten by battling Derby County on a disappointing night at Pride Park.

Goals from Craig Forsyth, Tom Lawrence and Festy Ebosele secured a convincing Rams win, with Forsyth also putting through his own net.

Shota Arveladze handed full debuts to two of his deadline day signings as the Tigers showed four changes from the team narrowly beaten by Preston North End.

January additions Liam Walsh and Marcus Forss both started, along with fit-again Lewie Coyle and Alfie Jones.

Di’Shon Bernard, Richie Smallwood, Ryan Longman and Tom Eaves dropped to the bench, with George Honeyman taking the captain’s armband.

In a frenetic opening, Keane Lewis-Potter’s rasping half-volley was pushed away by a flying Ryan Allsop as City started with plenty of attacking intent.

Forss’ snap-shot from the resulting corner was straight at the home custodian and the forward’s fizzing 15th-minute cross was headed over by Lewis-Potter at the front post.

Derby opened the scoring on 19 minutes as Jason Knight swung a sumptuous first-time cross towards the far post, where Forsyth rose above Coyle to loop a superb header into the top corner.

It was almost two as Knight’s driven cross towards Luke Plange was intercepted by Sean McLoughlin and ricocheted to safety off his own keeper.

Wayne Rooney’s Rams were causing problems down the City left and doubled their advantage eight minutes before the break.

Ebosele breezed away from Brandon Fleming and his low centre was pushed out by Matt Ingram into the path of Lawrence, who kept his composure to slot home from close range.

The rampant Rams could have had a third as Max Bird twisted and turned on the edge of the box before unleashing a fierce effort which Ingram palmed behind.

A difficult evening worsened two minutes into the second half as Ebosele rifled an unerring angled drive inside the far post from Lawrence’s threaded pass.

City pulled a goal back on 65 minutes after dazzling wing play from Fleming, who darted infield away from Ebosele and crossed into the six-yard box.

His low centre narrowly eluded Lewis-Potter at the front post but Forsyth stuck out his right leg and inadvertently poked the ball into his own net.

Arveladze made his full complement of substitutions, bringing on Eaves, Allahyar Sayyadmanesh and Tom Huddlestone, but a comeback never looked likely.

McLoughlin fired wide via a deflection after a mad penalty-box scramble from a corner deep in stoppage time as the Tigers fell to a second straight defeat.

 

Derby County (4-2-3-1): Ryan Allsop, Nathan Byrne, Curtis Davies, Craig Forsyth, Lee Buchanan; Max Bird, Krystian Bielik (Liam Thompson 81’); Festy Ebosele (Louie Sibley 69’), Tom Lawrence, Jason Knight; Luke Plange (Malcolm Ebiowei 93’).

Subs not used: Kelle Roos, Max Bardell, Jack Stretton, Eiran Cashin.

 

Hull City (3-4-1-2): Matt Ingram; Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves; Lewie Coyle (Tom Eaves 75’), Liam Walsh, Greg Docherty (Tom Huddlestone 88’), Brandon Fleming; George Honeyman ©; Marcus Forss, Keane Lewis-Potter (Allahyar Sayyadmanesh 65’).

Subs not used: Harvey Cartwright, Richie Smallwood, Ryan Longman, Di’Shon Bernard.

 

Attendance: 22,595

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Derby County (A): Ticket Details

19 January 2022

Tickets for Hull City's Championship match away at Derby County on Tuesday 8th February are now on sale to Members.

The game kicks off at 7.45pm at Pride Park.

Tickets will go on general sale at 9am on Friday 21st January.

 

Ticket Prices:

£24 - Adults

£18 - Senior 65+, 18-21s

£12 - Junior 13-17

£6 - Child 6-12

FREE - Infant 2-5*

 

*Infants must be purchased as part of a pair with a parent/guardian aged 18 or above. These are available by calling the Ticket Office on 01482 505600.

 

Any child aged 13 and under must be accompanied by an over-18 and children under two years will not be permitted into the ground.

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

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

Regular concession checks are made at the turnstiles and any supporter asked for ID but fails to show it will be refused entry unless they purchase a new full price adult ticket.

 

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

The last day to order your tickets for post is Friday 4th February.

 

Tiger Travel:

Coach travel for the trip to Derbyshire 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 4pm.

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

Please be aware that face masks must be worn while on board the Tiger Travel coaches.

 

Please note that all supporters arriving by coach to the stadium will need to show their Covid Passport or LFT result as they exit the coach. Once inspected they will be given a wristband to say they have had their Covid Passport checked allowing them quicker entry into the stadium.

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