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Elder, Eaves, Sayyadmanesh and Forss set to return against West Brom

3 March 2022

Head coach Shota Arveladze has revealed that Callum Elder, Tom Eaves, Allahyar Sayyadmanesh and Marcus Forss are all in contention to return to the squad for this weekend’s game against West Bromwich Albion.

The Tigers will be looking to secure back-to-back wins against the Baggies, and Arveladze is delighted to welcome back four important first-team players.

“Allahyar is fit, Tom is fit, Elder is fit and Marcus is fit,” revealed Arveladze.

“Thank you to the boys who have worked hard to come back, as well as the medical staff who work hard every day on different programmes and treatments. I have to give them a lot of credit.”

After he was withdrawn at half-time against Peterborough United, there were concerns over the fitness of midfielder George Honeyman heading into Saturday, but Arveladze confirmed he is available for selection.

“He’s doing well,” added Arveladze.

“He’s fully fit and trained today (Thursday) with the group. I think everybody knows how important he is in the dressing room. He does a very special job and we all recognise this. He’s a very important player for us.”

Having not featured since Arveladze’s first game in charge against Swansea City, goalkeeper Nathan Baxter remains unavailable for selection, with the Chelsea loanee working on his match fitness before making a return.

“He’s still not fit for the game,” said Arveladze.

“He’s been training with us but is not game fit (yet). We were hoping he was only going to be out for a couple of days but he’s missed the last seven games. Unfortunately, that’s the way it is sometimes.”

One player who did make a long-awaited return from injury against Peterborough was forward Mallik Wilks, and Arveladze was pleased to see him back in action.

“Mallik has also been out for six or seven weeks,” explained Arveladze.

“He’s an explosive player - a sprinter with heavy muscles. He should be really ready for the game (against West Brom).

“We gave him minutes (against Peterborough) so he could (help us) hold the ball by running deep, but of course it was not long and he still has to get more minutes to get fit. We’re still working on this.”

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Hull City 0-2 West Bromwich Albion: Match Report

5 March 2022

Karlan Grant’s brace condemned Hull City to a 2-0 home defeat against West Bromwich Albion in the Sky Bet Championship.

The forward opened the scoring on 17 minutes, before converting a spot-kick in the second half to secure the Baggies all three points.  

Shota Arveladze named an unchanged starting XI to the one that defeated Peterborough United 3-0 last time out. Keane Lewis-Potter made his 100th league appearance for the club, while there were returns to the bench for forwards Tom Eaves and Allahyar Sayyadmanesh.

The first chance of the game fell to the visitors as Semi Ajayi picked out the run of Conor Townsend at the back post, but his volleyed effort was pushed away by an acrobatic dive from Matt Ingram. The Tigers’ shot-stopper was called into action moments later, using his foot to block Grant’s low strike.

The West Brom striker wasn’t to be denied later on as he flicked Alex Mowatt’s delivery into the far corner past an outstretched Ingram. The Tigers looked to respond as Richie Smallwood’s initial strike deflected into the path of Lewis-Potter, who blazed his first-time shot over the bar.

Fleming was next to take aim for the Tigers after good one-two touch passing on the left wing, but the fullback’s attempt was blocked. Sam Johnstone then parried Lewis-Potter’s curling effort away, before the Tigers’ forward saw a similar attempt deflect wide. Tyler Smith then saw a headed attempt pushed away by Johnstone, with the linesman later raising his flag for offside.

Smith and Lewis-Potter then linked up for the next big chance of the game as the latter was released through on goal by George Honeyman. Lewis-Potter in-turn looked to square the ball back for Smith to finish, but a combination of Ajayi, Kyle Bartley and Johnstone denied the forward.

The visitors were awarded a penalty a minute into the second half as Jacob Greaves fouled Taylor Gardner-Hickman in the box. Grant stepped up and sent Ingram the wrong way to convert the spot-kick to secure his, and West Brom’s, second of the afternoon.

Greaves immediately tried to pull one back for the Tigers, but his looping header flew over the bar. The defender then went on a surging run into the West Brom penalty area, but his powerful strike across goal was flicked away by the fingers of Johnstone. 

Late-on, Eaves’ headed over from Smallwood’s delivery, before the forward had two strikes following Ryan Longman’s set-piece delivery. The first strike was blocked before Eaves’ rebound flew over the crossbar. At the other end, Grant was denied his hat-trick as his near post effort was blocked by Ingram.

 

Hull City (3-4-2-1): Matt Ingram; Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves; Regan Slater (Ryan Longman 78’), Richie Smallwood (C), Greg Docherty (Allahyar Sayyadmanesh 63’), Brandon Fleming; George Honeyman, Keane Lewis-Potter; Tyler Smith (Tom Eaves 63’).

Subs Not Used: Harvey Cartwright, Tom Huddlestone, Di’Shon Bernard, Liam Walsh.

 

West Brom (3-5-2): Sam Johnstone; Semi Ajayi, Kyle Bartley, Matt Clarke; Darnell Furlong, Taylor Gardner-Hickman (Jayson Molumby 87’), Jake Livermore (C), Alex Mowatt, Conor Townsend; Karlan Grant (Andy Carroll 89’), Callum Robinson (Grady Diangana 82’).

Subs Not Used: David Button, Dara O’Shea, Adam Reach, Cédric Kipré.

 

Attendance: 13,643

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West Brom (H) : Ticket Details

14 February 2022

Tickets for Hull City's home league match against Sky Bet Championship play-off chasers West Bromwich Albion are now on sale.

The Baggies, managed by ex-Tigers boss Steve Bruce, will visit the MKM Stadium on Saturday 5th March 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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