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Jones Edges Closer To Return

28 October 2021

Grant McCann has revealed that defender Alfie Jones is edging closer to a return from injury, but won’t be risked against Coventry City.

The 24-year-old centre-back returned to the team at the end of September, but limped off just before half-time against Middlesbrough earlier this month.

Asked whether he has got any fresh injury concerns following the defeat against Luton Town, McCann said: “Not from the last game.

“Obviously Tom Huddlestone and Brandon Fleming are on the road to recovery.

“Alfie Jones joined in with some of the session today (Thursday). He’d be a bit of a risk for Saturday, but he could come into contention for West Brom or Barnsley.

“Apart from that, everybody else is fine.

“Alfie had a modified session. He hasn’t trained with us for three or four weeks. It was his first session back with us today. It’s just making sure that we don’t overcook him too early and we keep him right for the rest of the season.”

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Match Reports

Hull City 0-1 Coventry City: Match Report

30 October 2021

An early goal by Matt Godden condemned Hull City to a 1-0 defeat against Coventry City at the MKM Stadium.

Grant McCann made four changes to his starting XI that faced Luton Town last time out. Josh Emmanuel, Andy Cannon, George Moncur and Tom Eaves all came into the starting team, while there were recalls on the bench for on-loan duo Ryan Longman and Matt Smith.

Coventry City opened the scoring on nine minutes as Godden headed in from close range from Ian Maatsen’s cross. The forward almost doubled his tally four minutes later, but Matt Ingram denied Godden one-on-one with an acrobatic save.

Di’Shon Bernard searched for an equaliser for the Tigers, but his headed attempt was held comfortably by Simon Moore. At the other end, Fankaty Dabo cut inside from the right wing before seeing his curling shot blocked by Jacob Greaves.

Viktor Gyökeres had the next opportunity of the fixture, but Ingram produced a smart save to deny the Coventry forward. Moore did well in the other goal to save from Eaves, with the forward later being flagged for offside, before Moncur saw his attempt deflect into the arms of Moore. Moncur and Keane Lewis-Potter both took aim before half-time, but both of their efforts went wide of the target.  

In the second half, Gustavo Hamer saw his drilled effort deflect wide, before Kyle McFadzean headed over from the resulting corner. Hamer then fired over from a free-kick attempt, while Emmanuel failed to control Callum Elder’s low cross as the Tigers continued to search for a leveller. Good passing play for the visitors then created space for Gyökeres to shoot, but he fired narrowly wide from close range.

McCann made a double substitution just after the hour mark, with one of the substitutes coming close to an equaliser as Mallik Wilks headed narrowly wide past the left-hand post. Lewis-Potter then saw his effort blocked by McFadzean, before Cannon drilled his effort straight at Moore. The Coventry goalkeeper then produced a great save late on as he pushed Wilks' header over the bar, before Elder’s curling free-kick went wide in stoppage time.  


Hull City: Matt Ingram; Josh Emmanuel, Di’Shon Bernard, Jacob Greaves, Callum Elder; Richie Smallwood © (Sean McLoughlin 46’), Greg Docherty, Andy Cannon; George Moncur (Mallik Wilks 63’), Tom Eaves (Josh Magennis 63’), Keane Lewis-Potter.

Subs Not Used: Harvey Cartwright, Lewie Coyle, Ryan Longman, Matt Smith.


Coventry City: Simon Moore; Dominic Hyam, Kyle McFadzean ©, Jake Clarke-Salter; Fankaty Dabo, Gustavo Hamer (Liam Kelly 83’), Ben Sheaf, Ian Maatsen; Callum O’Hare, Viktor Gyökeres (Tyler Walker 76’), Matt Godden (Jamie Allen 68’).

Subs Not Used: Ben Wilson, Michael Rose, Martyn Waghorn, Todd Kane.


Attendance: 11,901

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Ticket News

Coventry City (H): Ticket Details

13 October 2021

Tickets for Hull City’s Championship home match against Coventry City are now on sale.

The Sky Blues, who finished 16th in the SkyBet Championship last campaign, will visit the MKM Stadium on Saturday 30th October, 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, in person from Tiger Leisure at the MKM Stadium and over the phone on 01482 505600.

Please note that Tiger Leisure will be closed until Monday 18th October, for more information on Tiger Leisure opening times please click here.

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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