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06 November 2021 Venue Oakwell Attendance

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Jones Suffers Injury Blow

5 November 2021

Grant McCann has confirmed that defender Alfie Jones is set for another spell on the sidelines after coming off injured in midweek.

The 24-year-old returned to the starting line-up against West Bromwich Albion, before he was forced off with another hamstring injury after 17 minutes.

McCann said: “We’re really frustrated for Alfie.

“We’ve had the results back from the scan and it doesn’t look great. He’s torn another part of his hamstring further up. He’s also damaged the previous part of his hamstring (which kept him out last time).

“It’s not great news for him and I’m really disappointed because he’s worked so hard to get back. We’ve actually taken our time with him to get him back. It’s just so unlucky for him.

“He picked up the injury in his first sprint of the game (against West Brom). It’s disappointing news for him and us.

“It’s very difficult to give a timescale (on his recovery) because it’s such a complex injury.”

Apart from Jones, McCann confirmed that the rest of his squad came through the game against West Brom unscathed.

“There were a few bumps and bruises but nothing that is going to keep anyone out of the game on Saturday (against Barnsley).”

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Barnsley 0-2 Hull City: Match Report

6 November 2021

Goals in each half helped secure Hull City all three points against Barnsley with a 2-0 victory in the Sky Bet Championship. Finishes from George Honeyman and Keane Lewis-Potter gave the Tigers a well-deserved victory at Oakwell.

Grant McCann made two changes to the starting XI that faced West Bromwich Albion last time out. Di’Shon Bernard replaced the injured Alfie Jones in defence, while Nathan Baxter started his first league fixture for the Tigers, replacing Matt Ingram.

Richie Smallwood had the first opportunity of the game as he volleyed over Lewis-Potter’s cross, before Josh Magennis drilled a left-footed shot wide. Greg Docherty was next to take aim, but his half-volley was blocked, before Jacob Greaves headed wide from Lewie Coyle’s delivery.

Honeyman then forced a punched clearance from Brad Collins, after a short corner routine, before Devante Cole headed over Josh Benson’s free-kick delivery at the other end. Following a quick counter-attack from Mallik Wilks, Coyle curled a left-footed effort wide while Callum Elder forced a good save from Collins. In the other goal, Baxter pushed away Callum Brittain’s powerful drive, before holding onto the header by Michal Helik from the resulting corner.

The Tigers made their opening dominance count as they opened the scoring on the 33rd minute. Collins initially saved from Liam Kitching who nearly diverted Magennis’ low cross into his own net, and the rebound fell kindly to Honeyman who rifled his effort into the far corner. Wilks almost doubled the Tigers’ lead moments later, but his looping header went narrowly wide, while Aaron Leya Iseka fired a long-range effort over the bar for Barnsley.

McCann’s side looked to double their lead early on in the second half as Docherty forced a great save one-on-one from Collins, before Magennis fired over the rebound. Barnsley substitute Callum Styles then tested Baxter with a low effort, while Greaves produced a fantastic challenge to stop Leya Iseka.

Barnsley continued to push for an equaliser as Brittain struck his effort straight at Baxter, before the Tigers doubled their lead. A clinical counter attack saw Honeyman poke a pass towards Lewis-Potter, who confidently dispatched his effort past the dive of Collins.

Ryan Longman almost scored a third minutes later, but his shot cannoned off the post before Collins grabbed hold of the loose ball. Baxter had to be alert late-on to preserve his clean sheet as he held Romal Palmer’s attempt, before Smallwood forced a great save from Collins in stoppage-time.

 

 

Barnsley: Brad Collins; Jasper Moon, Michal Helik, Liam Kitching; Callum Brittain, Josh Benson (Romal Palmer 72’), Claudio Gomes, Jordan Williams (Callum Styles 57’); Aaron Leya Iseka, Devante Cole (Victor Adeboyejo 46’); Cauley Woodrow ©.

Subs Not Used: Jack Walton, Mads Andersen, Remy Vita, Dominik Frieser.

 

Hull City: Nathan Baxter; Lewie Coyle (Josh Emmanuel 37'), Di’Shon Bernard, Jacob Greaves, Callum Elder; Richie Smallwood ©, Greg Docherty, George Honeyman; Mallik Wilks (Ryan Longman 68’), Josh Magennis (Tyler Smith 68’), Keane Lewis-Potter.

Subs Not Used: Matt Ingram, Andy Cannon, Sean McLoughlin, Matt Smith.

 

Attendance: 13,003 (1,553 Away Fans)

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Pay On The Day At Barnsley

5 November 2021

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

Tickets increase in price by £2 on matchday and will be available from cash only turnstiles; no card payments will be accepted.

Tickets for Under-12s and Under-19s must be purchased from Barnsley’s ticket office with proof of age.

 

Matchday Ticket Prices:

£30 - Adults

£22 - Senior 65+

£22 - Young Adult 19-21

£12 - Juvenile 12-18

£7 - Juvenile Under-12*

 

*Juvenile Under-12 price will only apply when purchasing alongside an adult or over-65 ticket.

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