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No fresh injury concerns ahead of Millwall

26 November 2021

Grant McCann has confirmed that he has no fresh injury concerns to contend with ahead of Hull City’s Championship fixture against Millwall.

The Tigers came away from the Cardiff City Stadium with a hard-fought three points in midweek, and McCann says his players have come through unscathed.

“Everyone who was with us at Cardiff will be available again on Saturday,” McCann said.

“We always look at the opposition and where we can hurt them. We’ll see where the team is in terms of freshness. There are a lot of things that go into it (team selection). We have to take everything into consideration whether that be the stats or wellbeing.”

One player who was a doubt after coming off with concussion against the Bluebirds was Callum Elder. The defender was forced off in first half stoppage time after a clash with Kieffer Moore. However, McCann says that was mainly a precautionary measure.

“He’s fine,” McCann added.

“He came off as a precaution. He defended a ball at the back post against Kieffer Moore and I think he just got a finger or elbow into his eye. His vision was a bit blurred for a bit. After the game, he was seeing things clear as crystal again.

“He’s had some tests and we expect him to be OK.”

The Tigers will welcome Di’Shon Bernard back into the fold as the defender returns from his one-match suspension, while Tom Huddlestone also made his return from injury against Cardiff. McCann was also quick to mention Jevon Mills, who made his first-team debut in black and amber.

“We’ve been so unfortunate with the injuries and illnesses that we’ve got in that position (defence).

“Di’Shon (Bernard) is coming back now having served his one-match suspension. Callum is OK and you’ve seen Tom Huddlestone come on and play in the middle of that three. You’ve also seen young Jevon Mills come on - a 17-year-old boy who’s got a big future.”

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Hull City 2-1 Millwall: Match Report

27 November 2021

Ryan Longman’s first goal for Hull City helped secure the Tigers a fourth successive win, defeating Millwall 2-1 at the MKM Stadium.

George Honeyman’s finish was cancelled out by Millwall’s Tom Bradshaw, before Longman’s second-half strike separated the two sides.

Grant McCann made just the one change to his starting XI that defeated Cardiff City 1-0 last time out. Di’Shon Bernard returned from his one-match suspension to replace Callum Elder, who dropped to the bench, while Honeyman made his 100th appearance in black and amber.

There were early chances for both teams as Mallik Wilks fired wide from Honeyman’s delivery, while Jed Wallace saw his free-kick attempt hit the wall. Bernard then headed wide for the Tigers, while Benik Afobe headed over from Wallace’s teasing cross.

The Millwall forward then forced a good save from Nathan Baxter, after he was played through by Billy Mitchell, before Josh Magennis cleared off the line from the resulting Lions’ corner.

The Tigers opened the scoring on 29 minutes as Jacob Greaves picked out the run of Honeyman, who’s bullet header beat the dive of Bartosz Białkowski. The Millwall shot stopper then flicked away Magennis’ low drive, before Richie Smallwood fired over from the resulting corner.

Millwall equalised in first-half stoppage-time as Bradshaw clinically finished a one-on-one effort, before Wilks almost restored the Tigers seconds before the half-time whistle, but he volleyed over from close range.

In the second half, Bradshaw tested Baxter with a headed attempt, before the Tigers retook the lead. Keane Lewis-Potter saw the first effort blocked by Daniel Ballard, before Magennis’ effort was then parried by Białkowski into Longman’s path, who fired home his effort into the bottom corner.

The Lions searched for an equaliser as Baxter pushed away efforts from Benik Afobe and Danny McNamara, before Greaves cleared off the line from the resulting corner. Sean McLoughlin then blocked Afobe’s low shot, as the Tigers defended resolutely to secure all three points.

Hull City: Nathan Baxter; Di’Shon Bernard, Sean McLoughlin, Jacob Greaves; Keane Lewis-Potter, Greg Docherty, Richie Smallwood ©, George Honeyman, Ryan Longman (Randell Williams 79’); Mallik Wilks (Callum Elder 62’), Josh Magennis (Tom Eaves 79’).

Subs Not Used: Matt Ingram, Andy Cannon, George Moncur, Tom Huddlestone.

 

Millwall: Bartosz Białkowski; Daniel Ballard, Shaun Hutchinson, Murray Wallace; Danny McNamara, Billy Mitchell, George Saville (George Evans 82’), Sheyi Ojo (Mason Bennett 72’); Jed Wallace, Benik Afobe, Tom Bradshaw (Matt Smith 67’).

Subs Not Used: George Long, Jake Cooper, Maikel Kieftenbeld, Scott Malone.

 

Attendance: 10,613

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Millwall (H): Ticket Details

9 November 2021

Tickets for Hull City's Championship home match against Millwall are now on sale.

The Lions, currently 9th in the league table with 25 points from 17 games, will visit the MKM Stadium on Saturday 27th November, kick-off 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 are available to buy online here, in person from Tiger Leisure at the MKM Stadium and over the phone on 01482 505600.

If you have any concerns about coming to watch games at the MKM Stadium in terms of social distancing etc, please give us a call on 01482 505600 and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

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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