Hull City vs Southampton Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview
Video Full Match : Hull City vs Southampton result (2 – 1)
Competition : Premier League
Date : Sun, 6 Nov, 9:15 pm
Stadium : KCOM Stadium
Referee : Graham Scott
Attendance : 17768
Preview – Match between Hull City vs Southampton
Ready for the Premier League? If you’re a fan of Hull City or Southampton you should mark your calendars for Sun, Nov 6 / 9:15 PM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 11, match between Hull City vs Southampton in the Premier League. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.
The coaches Mike Phelan and Claude Puel will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily Hull City is at position 18 and Southampton at position 10. The place for the showdown is KCOM Stadium. In Hull, England the opponents will be facing each other.
Who will be victorious in the end: Hull City or Southampton?
Preview – Match facts
Hull City have lost all four of their previous Premier League meetings with Southampton – the only side they’ve lost 100% of their Premier League games against that they’ve played more than once.
Indeed, Saints have won their last six league games against Hull, since a 0-5 loss in the Championship in March 2008.
Only twice have Southampton had longer winning streaks in league competition than they currently do against Hull City – eight vs Newport County (1922-1955) and seven vs Crystal Palace (2009-2015).
Dusan Tadic has created 28 goalscoring chances this season – only Dimitri Payet has created more (33). However, Southampton are yet to score a goal from a chance created from the Serbian this season.
Hull City are currently on a run of six successive defeats in the Premier League – they haven’t lost seven league games in a row since October 1980 in the third tier.
Hull have scored three goals in their last six Premier League games, one fewer than Charlie Austin in his last six Premier League appearances (4).
Southampton have conceded just four goals in their last six Premier League matches, while opponents Hull City have conceded 20 in the same period.
Hull City have picked up just two points from their last nine Premier League games played on a Sunday (W0 D2 L7).
Southampton have won six and lost just one of their last nine Premier League games played on a Sunday (W6 D2 L1).
Hull City have made a league-low 114 touches in the opposition box this season.
Review – Match between Hull City vs Southampton
In the Premier League it was time for Matchday 11. The game took place at KCOM Stadium in Hull, England. 17768 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Hull City and Southampton on Sun, Nov 6 / 9:15 PM? The game ended with 2:1, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Mike Phelan from Hull City and Claude Puel from Southampton watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Graham Scott.
Let’s take a look at the Highlights:
The 0:1 was achieved by Charlie Austin for Southampton in minute 6. Robert Snodgrass scored for Hull City in minute 61 which led to a 1:1. The following 2:1 was scored by Michael Dawson for Hull City in minute 63.
Dusan Tadic received a yellow card in minute 29. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 57 to Jordy Clasie. Afterwards Ryan Bertrand saw a yellow card in minute 72. In minute 83 the ref showed Maya Yoshida a yellow card. The next interruption came in minute 91. Oriol Romeu saw a yellow card.
Abel Hernández, wearing number 9, left the field in minute 9. Replacing him was number 18, Dieumerci Mbokani. In minute 26 Robert Snodgrass, with the number 10, came in for Will Keane, with number 19. Number 11, Dusan Tadic, was replaced by Sofiane Boufal, wearing number 19 in minute 66. Replacement in minute 74: Tom Huddlestone, with number 8 for Harry Maguire, number 5. The next substitution took place in minute 77, where Jay Rodriguez wearing the number 9, came in for number 22, Nathan Redmond. And to complete the replacements, James Ward-Prowse with number 16 switched with Jordy Clasie wearing number 4.
The new table positions for the two teams are now: 18. for Hull City and 10. for Southampton.
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