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Match Previews

Hull City v Preston North End Match Preview

25 November 2019

The Lilywhites head east on Wednesday night, looking to return to winning ways after Saturday’s clash with Derby County at Pride Park.

Ticket News

Ticket Information: Hull City Away

25 November 2019
Manager Alex Neil has plenty of options available to him, should he choose to make changes, although he will need to give centre half Ben Davies as long as possible to see whether the injury that forced him off against the Rams can recover.
 
The hosts at the KCOM Stadium bounced back well from an early set back against Jonathan Woodgate’s Middlesbrough on Sunday, having come back from a 2-0 deficit after Boro were reduced to ten men when ahead.
 
The game will be live on iFollow PNE in both the UK and overseas, meaning those who can’t get across for the game will be able to follow it for just £10 with full four camera coverage and commentary from PNE’s team of Matt Hardman and former defender Tommy Spurr.
 
Tickets remain on sale though and after another superb backing in Derbyshire at the weekend, no doubt those who can make the trip will be in full voice and right behind the Lilywhites as they look for a quick return to winning ways.
 
For Your Information
Match Details: Hull City v Preston North End, KCOM Stadium, Wednesday 27th November 2019, kick-off 7.45pm
Competition: EFL Championship (18/46)
PNE colours: Home kit, green goalkeeper
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Here’s all the coverage accessible on PNE.Com in preview of the game…
 
Ticket Information: Tickets remain on sale for Wednesday night’s trip to the KCOM Stadium where Preston North End take on Grant McCann’s Hull City. Click here for more information.
 
Match Officials: Preston North End’s trip to face Hull City on Wednesday night will see an experienced Premier League official take charge of the game. Click here for details of who it is.
 
We’ve Met Before: Wednesday’s meeting between Preston North End and Hull City will be the 57th in the league since their first clash back in the 1912/13 season. Click here for more details of past battles.
 
How To Follow The Game: This Wednesday’s game at the KCOM Stadium is live on iFollow PNE for both overseas and UK-based supporters. Click here for details of how you can follow the match.
 
Team News: Manager Alex Neill will make a late check on central defender Ben Davies, who was replaced during the second half at Pride Park at the weekend. Click here for details of the options.
 
Alex Neil Impressed By The Tigers: Preston North End manager Alex Neil took no rest after the weekend’s trip to Derby County, spending his Sunday on Teesside watching Wednesday’s opponents Hull City in action at Middlesbrough. Click here for the manager’s full interview.
 
Sean Maguire Looking To Add To Goal Tally: Preston North End’s Irish international striker Sean Maguire grabbed his first goal for his country whilst away on international duty last week and now he is looking to put more goals in his club tally with the Lilywhites. Click here for more from Seani.

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Match Reports

Hull City 4 Preston North End 0

27 November 2019

Jarrod Bowen’s double, Josh Magennis’ penalty and another effort from Kamil Grosicki saw Hull City take the points with a 4-0 win over Preston North End at the KCOM Stadium.

Bowen opened the scoring on the half hour mark, before Magennis’ penalty early in the second half gave the hosts additional momentum, as Grosicki added a third with 20 minutes to go before Bowen rounded off the scoring for the evening.

Alex Neil made four changes from the side that lost at Derby County last time out – partly forced with the absence of Ben Davies, Darnell Fisher and Alan Browne – as Ryan Ledson, Paul Gallagher, Jordan Storey and Billy Bodin were reintroduced to the starting line-up.

North End might have taken the lead as early as five minutes in when Sean Maguire picked up possession on the left-hand angle of the box and once he had picked his spot, he sent a fine curling effort towards the far post, rebounding agonisingly off the post, before Paul Gallagher’s drilled strike deflected just wide seconds later.

There were also heroic blocks from Joe Rafferty and Patrick Bauer to deny Jarrod Bowen and Kamil Grosicki from close range in a frantic opening to proceedings, before the Lilywhites began to see more of the ball.

Maguire again showed his quality down the left flank with two scintillating runs to break down that side of the opposition box, just before the half hour mark, with Johnson taking over without providing the shot initially, before the Irishman;s cross was hacked clear by goalkeeper George Long on the second occasion.

It was the hosts who took the lead though as Bowen found the net after 30 minutes. The Lilywhites failed to clear Grosicki’s low cross in from the left and when the ball fell fortuitously for the Hull forward, he converted past Declan Rudd from minimal distance.

Daniel Johnson had the chance to level matters just seven minutes later when Bodin picked him out in space in the middle but he miskicked his effort, sending it comfortably wide.

Declan Rudd was on top form at the other end, tipping over from Josh Bowler before doing magnificently to deny Bowen one-on-one before the break.

There was an early second half chance for PNE, but Bodin couldn’t make a proper connection with the cross in from the right when it came to him centrally.

But the home side then picked up where they left off from the first half and when Grosicki threaded a pass into the area for Bowler, the midfielder was brought down by Ryan Ledson – enough for the referee to signal for a penalty, which was converted by Magennis in the 48th minute, despite Rudd getting a hand to his strike.

Grant McCann’s side were three ahead just three minutes later when a quick move culminated with Bowen pulling back from the right byline to find Grosicki to tap home.

Bodin tested Long at the other end with a fierce strike from distance which forced the Hull ‘keeper to bat away, with Rudd also required at the other end to palm away by Bowen’s low free-kick, before Jackson Irvine fired the rebound over.

The game calmed down somewhat again though, with the second half having begun in the same frantic vain as the first, and North End did go close on a couple of occasions.

Paul Gallagher’s diagonal free-kick found Patrick Bauer in the box who took the ball down well, but shot into the side netting with his left foot.

Substitutes Josh Harrop and David Nugent, who came on either side of the hour, then combined as the former guided his team-mates low cross onto the foot of the post.

Magennis and Maguire exchanged shots from the right side of the area, the latter’s on target and drawing Long into a close range stop, before the visitors

Bowen added his second of the night with less than a quarter of an hour remaining, his shot from the right byline finding its way in from a tight angle.

That completed the scoring on a disappointing evening for the Lilywhites, who next face West Bromwich Albion at Deepdale next Monday night.

Hull City line-up: Long, Lichaj, De Wijs, Burke, Batty, Grosicki (Lewis-Potter, 78), Bowler (Honeyman, 71), Bowen, Elder, Magennis (Eaves, 78), Irvine. Subs not used: Ingram, Tafazoli, Stewart, , Pennington.

PNE line-up: Rudd, Pearson, Johnson, Gallagher, Storey, Rafferty, Ledson (Harrop, 58), Bauer, Maguire (Potts, 81), Barkhuizen, Bodin (Nugent, 67). Subs not used: Hudson, Bayliss, Stockley, Huntington.

Attendance: 9,826.

Referee: Mr J. Moss.

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Ticket News

Ticket Information: Hull City Away

25 November 2019

Tickets remain on sale for Wednesday night’s trip to the KCOM Stadium where Preston North End take on Grant McCann’s Hull City.

First Team News

Match Officials: Hull City Away

25 November 2019
We have been given an initial allocation of 1,268 tickets in the North Stand and they are still on general sale.
 
Ticket prices for this game are adults £30 and concessions £18; concessions include seniors aged 65 and over, young adults aged 16 to 22 and juniors aged two to 15-years-old.
 
Children under the age of two-years-old will not be admitted to the stadium as they are not deemed able to occupy a seat. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a person aged 18 or over.
 
There are eight pairs of tickets for wheelchair users, these are situated on a raised platform which has access to all concourse facilities. Prices are as above with the carer ticket free of charge.
Ambulant disabled supporter tickets are taken from the main allocation and are again priced as above with a carer ticket free of charge if required.
First Team News

We’ve Met Before: Hull City Away

25 November 2019
Coach travel is also available as usual, and is priced at £15 for all. Coaches will depart both Deepdale and Leyland at 3.15pm.
 
You can buy online at MyPNE.Com, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office, tickets will remain on sale until 2pm on the day of the game, both online and in person at Deedale.
 
North End supporters will be able pay on the night, at City. Tickets will be the same price, but it will be cash only and they will be available from the ‘Pitch Side Bar’ which opens two hours prior to kick-off.
 
Any collections or duplicates will be available from the Ticket Zone which is situated on the East Side of the Stadium just down from the Pitch Side Bar.

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