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Arveladze’s Pre-Birmingham fitness update

10 March 2022

Shota Arveladze has confirmed Marcus Forss will be available for the trip to Birmingham City – but revealed Andy Cannon has picked up an injury in training.

The full extent of the midfielder’s injury is not yet known, although the Tigers will definitely be without Nathan Baxter, Lewie Coyle and Randell Williams for the visit to St Andrew’s.

The Georgian said: “Cannon today (Thursday) got injured during a session. He blocked the ball and twisted his ankle.

“We don’t know how serious it is but just two minutes before the whistle, he got a little bit of a knock. I hope everything is OK with him.

“The rest – Williams is injured, Nathan is still injured, Coyle is still injured.

“They’re the previous ones, the new one (Cannon) we get today. Hopefully it’s just a small twist.”

Mallik Wilks played 90 minutes and scored two goals for the Under-23s in Monday’s Professional Development League victory over Colchester United as he continues to build up his fitness.

Arveladze said: “It’s always good when players take these games very seriously, get these minutes, the yards, the kilometres, the sprints – which are needed because he was out for six or seven weeks.

“That’s always good to see someone showing themselves, scoring goals. It’s good for his confidence and it gives us confidence to use him in the next games.”

Asked whether he is fit enough to start on Saturday, Arveladze said: “Not 90 minutes but injured players are coming back to being more involved and give us good options on the offensive side.”

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Birmingham City 0-0 Hull City: Match Report

12 March 2022

Hull City secured a hard-earned point in the Sky Bet Championship after a goalless draw against Birmingham City.

Neither team had any clear-cut chances in the game, as the points were shared at the St Andrews Stadium.

Shota Arevladze made two changes to his starting XI to the team that faced West Bromwich Albion last time out. Ryan Longman replaced Regan Slater at right-wing-back while Tom Eaves, who was making his 100th Hull City appearance, led the forward line.

Keane Lewis-Potter almost gave Hull City a dream start within the opening 20 seconds as he forced Neil Etheridge into a smart save, before Brandon Fleming’s cross caused carnage in the Birmingham penalty area. In what was a frantic opening, Birmingham then saw a number of shots blocked by the Tigers defence.

After a tame period in the fixture, Greg Docherty saw his driven effort deflect wide, before Eaves had penalty appeals waved away as he tried to connect with George Honeyman’s cut-back. Marc Roberts then blocked Lewis-Potter’s powerful strike, before the Birmingham defender almost turned provider with a teasing cross, but Gary Gardner headed over the bar.

The next chance of the game fell to Onel Hernández as he sprinted from half-way into the penalty area, but his shot was blocked by Sean McLoughlin. From the resulting corner by Jordan Graham, Lyle Taylor saw his close-ranged header acrobatically saved by Matt Ingram, before Lewis-Potter cleared the immediate danger.

Chances were at a premium in the early exchanges of the second half as Ingram caught Juninho Bacuna’s tame effort, before Etheridge gathered Fleming’s corner delivery at the second attempt.

Eaves had a glorious opportunity to give the Tigers the lead as Honeyman picked out the run of the forward at the front post, but Eaves’ strike was deflected behind. From the resulting corner, Eaves teed up McLoughlin, after the initial delivery was punched by Etheridge, but the defender’s driven shot was charged down by Bacuna.

Jacob Greaves almost netted his first goal for the club on 70 minutes as Fleming picked out the driving run of the centre-back, but Etheridge was sharp off his line to block the left-footed attempt. At the other end, Alfie Jones blocked Taylor’s driven shot, before Kristian Pedersen’s effort deflected wide.

Late-on, substitute Ryan Woods struck wide from range while Ingram held Tahith Chong’s chipped effort. In injury-time, Marcus Forss connected with Lewis-Potter’s delivery, but his poked finish went wide past the post.

 

Birmingham City (5-3-2): Neil Etheridge; Jordan Graham, Nico Gordon, Marc Roberts, Kristian Pedersen, Onel Hernández; Gary Gardner (C), Juninho Bacuna (Taylor Richards 69’), Ivan Šunjić (Ryan Woods 56’); Tahith Chong, Lyle Taylor.

Subs Not Used: Connal Trueman, Scott Hogan, Lukas Jutkiewicz, Teden Mengi, Jordan James.

 

 

Hull City (3-4-2-1): Matt Ingram; Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves;, Ryan Longman (Regan Slater 84’), Richie Smallwood (C), Greg Docherty (Tom Huddlestone 85’), Brandon Fleming; George Honeyman, Keane Lewis-Potter; Tom Eaves (Marcus Forss 66’).

Subs Not Used: Harvey Cartwright, Callum Elder, Allahyar Sayyadmanesh, Di’Shon Bernard.

 

Attendance: 17,231 (1,253 Hull City fans)

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Pay on the day at Birmingham City

11 March 2022

Hull City supporters who haven’t already purchased tickets for tomorrow’s match away to Birmingham City (KO: 3:00pm) will be able to pay on the day at St Andrew's.

Cash-only turnstiles will be open for tomorrow's game, with card payments not accepted at St Andrew's for match tickets.

Ticket Prices:

£25 - Adults

£20 - Senior Over 65

£20 - Aged 19-24

£15 - Aged 13-18

£10 - Under 13

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