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    Hull City vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***


    0 Not allowed!
    Time to get back to the nitty gritty of what's REALLY important - the league.


    Venue: KC Stadium
    Date: Wednesday, 22 February 2012
    Kick-off: 1945 GMT

    Referee: CARL BERRY
    Assistants: Declan Ford and Tony Peart
    Fourth Official: Ricky Wootton

    League Matches at Hull City - all time
    Brighton wins - 4
    Hull City wins - 11
    Draws - 5
    Brighton goals - 14
    Hull City goals - 27

    League Results at Hull City - last 20 years
    English League Championship

    20.08.2005 Hull City 2-0 Brighton
    English Division Three
    06.10.2000 Hull City 0-2 Brighton
    05.02.2000 Hull City 2-0 Brighton
    10.11.1998 Hull City 0-2 Brighton
    25.10.1997 Hull City 0-0 Brighton
    15.03.1997 Hull City 3-0 Brighton
    English Division Two
    23.01.1996 Hull City 0-0 Brighton
    31.12.1994 Hull City 2-2 Brighton
    08.01.1994 Hull City 0-0 Brighton
    28.12.1992 Hull City 1-0 Brighton

    Head-to-head
    • Brighton have won 20 of 43 league and cup matches against Hull since 1959. The Tigers have been victorious in 12, with 11 all-square.
    • The Seagulls are vying for a fourth win in six league matches against Hull.
    • The East Yorkshire club won their last home game against Brighton 2-0 in August 2005; their only maximum in five league meetings.

    Hull City
    • Nick Barmby's side find themselves outside the play-offs, on the back of a five-match unbeaten run of three wins and two draws, since a 1-0 home loss to Derby on 2 January.
    • The Tigers have kept 14 clean sheets in this league campaign, and own the meanest defence in the Championship, with 25 goals conceded in 30 games.
    • Hull have not conceded a goal in five league outings, or 494 minutes (eight hours 14 minutes) since Theo Robinson scored the only goal in Derby's victory at the KC at the start of the year.

    Brighton
    • Thrashed 6-1 by Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday, Brighton return to the league, where they are unbeaten in seven.
    • Gus Poyet's club have dropped only four points from the 21 available in 2012.
    • The Seagulls have not suffered a league defeat, since ending 2011 on a four-match losing streak.
    "Forget the goals, Vicente produced the moment of the match, if not the season here at the Amex, with a slalom like run,
    in which he beat six or seven players before unleashing a fierce drive that rattled the crossbar"
    talkSPORT, 20 March 2012

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