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Baxter remains unavailable for Fulham

10 February 2022

Head Coach Shota Arveladze has revealed that goalkeeper Nathan Baxter remains unavailable for this weekend’s game against Fulham.

The 23-year-old has missed the last two games against Preston North End and Derby County, and Arveladze says it is very difficult to give a timescale on his return.

“He’s not well yet,” said Arveladze.

“That’s the only thing I can say. I cannot say exactly how quickly he will recover. The last time I spoke to him, it did not seem as though it would be too long. At this moment, he’s not fit enough to play.”

On a positive note, Arveladze revealed that Mallik Wilks has returned to training as he continues his recovery from injury. The 23-year-old forward has not featured for the Tigers since the defeat against Nottingham Forest in December.

“He trained today - a half session with the team and the other half with staff who are trying to help him recover,” added Arveladze.

“It’s very hard for me to say how soon he’s going to return. He just warmed up with us, did a little bit on the ball and that’s it (in today’s session).”

Lewie Coyle made a return to the starting line-up against Derby after almost three months on the sidelines, and Arveladze is confident the right-back is fit enough to be involved again against Fulham.

“He’s a boy who can do that physically,” explained Arveladze.

“I took him off with about 15 minutes to go to give him a bit of a breather after a long time out. He’s doing well and I’m observing the players daily to see how they are.”

Finally, Arveladze also confirmed that Andy Cannon and Callum Elder are available for selection.

“(Andy) Cannon is fit,” said Arveladze.

“He has been training with the group. He’s fit enough (to play).

“Callum’s been training with the group for the last three sessions. He’s also available.”

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Match Reports

Hull City 0-1 Fulham: Match Report

12 February 2022

Aleksandar Mitrović’s second-half header condemned Hull City to a narrow 0-1 defeat against top-of-the-table Fulham.

The forward’s 31st league goal of the season secured the three points for the Cottagers in the Sky Bet Championship.

Shota Arveladze made three changes to his starting XI that faced Derby County last game. Regan Slater came in to the midfield to make his second full debut for the Tigers, while Ryan Longman and Richie Smallwood also returned, with the latter taking the captain’s armband.

Fulham had the first opportunity of the match as Mitrović met Tom Cairney’s delivery, but the Serbian’s header was blocked by Sean McLoughlin, before Cairney later struck an effort over the bar.

Former Hull City loanee Harry Wilson was next to take aim, after he rounded the onrushing Matt Ingram, but the winger was unable to find the target with his strike. The Welsh international went close again as he was played through one-on-one by Mitrović, but Ingram won the battle as he dived brilliantly to his right-hand side to parry away.

The Tigers grew more into the first half as Sean McLoughlin and Smallwood both tried to convert Brandon Fleming’s free-kick, before George Honeyman dragged his shot wide following a good passage of play in the midfield. At the other end, Wilson fired his first-time effort over the bar after connecting with a low cross at the back post.

Marcus Forss almost put the Tigers in front as Tim Ream’s clearance ricocheted off Antonee Robinson, which played through the Finnish international, but Forss could only fire wide. The Tigers’ forward then met Honeyman’s whipped delivery, with his flicked header going the wrong side past the post as the first half ended goalless.

Both goalkeepers were called into action early in the second half as Mitrović tested Ingram with a low drive, while Marek Rodák pushed away Keane Lewis-Potter’s curling effort after the winger cut inside from the left flank. Fabio Carvalho then brought out an acrobatic dive from Ingram, before the Cottagers took the lead.

Neco Williams’ inviting delivery from the right wing found Mitrović in space, with the Championship’s top scorer guiding his header into the far corner past the outstretched dive of Ingram.

The game started to slow down in terms of creating chances once the deadlock had been broken. Both teams had dangerous crosses dealt with by the respected defences, before Smallwood struck a half volley straight at Rodák in the 85th minute.

The Tigers continued to push for an equaliser in stoppage time as Smallwood’s free-kick was punched away by Rodák, before George Moncur’s powerful strike was blocked by Fulham defender Tim Ream.

 

Hull City (4-2-3-1): Matt Ingram; Lewie Coyle, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves, Brandon Fleming; Richie Smallwood (C), Regan Slater (Greg Docherty 75’); Ryan Longman (George Moncur 80’), George Honeyman, Keane Lewis-Potter; Marcus Forss (Tyler Smith 71’).

Subs Not Used: Harvey Cartwright, Callum Elder, Alfie Jones, Di’Shon Bernard.

 

Fulham (4-2-3-1): Marek Rodák; Neco Williams, Tosin Adarabioyo, Tim Ream, Antonee Robinson; Nathaniel Chalobah, Tom Cairney (C) (Harrison Reed 76’); Harry Wilson (Bobby Decordova-Reid 76’), Fabio Carvalho, Neeksens Kebano; Aleksandar Mitrović (Rodrigo Muniz 80’).

Subs Not Used: Paulo Gazzaniga, Michael Hector, Joe Bryan, Jean Michaël Seri.

 

Attendance: 13,022

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Fulham (H): Ticket Details

24 January 2022

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

The Cottagers, managed by ex-Tigers boss Marco Silva, will visit the MKM Stadium on Saturday 12th February 2022, with the game kicking-off at 3pm.

 

Ticket Prices:

£27 - Adults

£21 - Seniors (65+)

£15 - Young Adults (16-22 Years)

£10.50 - Juniors (11-15 Years)

£7.50 - Juniors (2-10 Years)

 

Tickets will be available to buy online, in person from Tiger Leisure at the MKM Stadium or over the phone on 01482 505600.

Don’t forget that Memberships, as well as 12-Match and 6-Match Savers, are also available to purchase and offer more cost-effective ways of watching the Tigers in action.

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