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2 days ago — The scoreline was 3-1 to Middlesbrough at Riverside Stadium when Middlesbrough and Hull City last faced each other in a match. Looking back over ...

7Todd KaneGiven plenty of problems down his flank with Fletcher and Assombalonga both willing to pull out wide. Advanced more in the second half to support Bowen but sacrificed late in the game as City went for broke. 6Reece BurkeA solid enough performance from the defender but uncomfortable against pace in behind. Kept persevering and was able to leave with his head held up. There was certainly worse offenders. Middlesbrough - Sky Sports Football Live On Sky · Live On Sky · Wed 13th Dec 7:30pm - Championship. M'boro badge M'boro vs Hull City Hull City badge. Live on. Sky Sports Football · Get Sky Sports ... Middlesbrough vs Hull City: scores Today Live 13 December 2023 20:00Your content after this ad Your content after this ad Oliver Langford main referee Average card count per match for 12 matches arbitrated Alex James assistant referee Hristo Karaivanov Geoff Eltringham fourth referee Riverside Stadium - Middlesbrough Year of construction: 1995 Surface: grass Capacity: 34988 Average attendance: 20844 Maximum attendance: 33806% sold: 65 Who is the referee of the match Middlesbrough Hull? Oliver Langford is the referee for this match Where is the match Middlesbrough Hull? The venue Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough is hosting the match At what time is Middlesbrough Hull? Fixture in live on Football Today on 13 December 2023. Middlesbrough vs Hull City Live Stream, Team Stats 11 hours ago — offer Middlesbrough vs Hull City live stream, live score, live odds and team stats of England Championship. Middlesbrough vs Hull Prediction & Betting Tips - 13/12/2023 1 day ago — Two teams on losing skids face off as 12th-place Middlesbrough hosts eighth-place Hull City for matchday 21 of the English Championship. A win today feels essential if this faint hope of the play-offs is to stay alive. Join us throughout the day as we bring you the build-up, team news, live match updates and post-match reaction. Follow it all in our live blog below. 18:14Goodnight from usThat’s all from us today. We’ll leave you with the Championship table. 18:06Adkins frustratedHull City head coach Nigel Adkins felt his side had been denied a ‘clear penalty’ as a 1-0 defeat away to Middlesbrough dealt a hammer blow to the Tigers’ hopes of reaching the Championship play-offs. Britt Assombalonga’s 25th-minute strike settled a clash of the two top-six rivals but Adkins was left angered by referee Robert Jones’ inability to award his team a spot-kick late in the game. Middlesbrough midfielder Jonny Howson appeared to pull back Fraizer Campbell has he shaped to convert Jackson Irvine’s cross but City ’s appeals were waved away. Middlesbrough vs Hull City: Where to watch the match online, live stream, TV channels & kick-off time | Goal. com UK(C)Getty ImagesHow to watch Middlesbrough against Hull City in the Championship in the UK as well as kick-off time and team news. Middlesbrough still have a mathematical chance of automatic promotion from the Championship when they welcome Hull City to the Riverside Stadium on Wednesday. This page contains affiliate links. When you subscribe through the links provided, we may earn a commission. 📺 Watch Middlesbrough vs Hull City live on Sky Sports today! After a three-game winless run, the 5-1 win over Norwich City strengthened Middlesbrough's hold in the top four, as Michael Carrick's men will be looking to keep up the momentum. Hull City also depend on other results going their way in their bleak chances of making it to the Championship play-offs. 6Read the full ratings below. Fraizer Campbell of Hull City following the Championship match at the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough17:30How things now standHull City’s opportunity to make up ground on the Championship’s top six suffered a major blow after losing 1-0 to Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium. Britt Assombalonga’s goal in the first half was enough to earn the Boro their first home victory in five, whilst City suffered their first defeat in four. Nigel Adkins’ side stay in ninth place and Middlesbrough remain in seventh. Despite losing on Teesside, City are still five points adrift of the play-offs after sixth-placed Bristol City fell to a 2-1 loss away at fifth-placed Aston Villa. Overall, this has been a successful Championship campaign for Rosenior�s side as the visitors have lost just six of their 20 league matches so far this season while only three of these losses saw Hull City lose by 2 goals or more, so this gives Hull a decent chance of getting something at Middlesbrough. Each of these three defeats by 2 goals or more were handed out to Hull on their travels but wins on the road at Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City, Stoke City and Birmingham City show Hull City can be a dangerous commodity away from home in the Championship. Middlesbrough had earlier posted an impressive six-match winning streak in the Championship and it looked like Michael Carrick�s side would be launching another challenge for a play-off spot in the second tier but Boro have been unable to maintain that momentum. Just two wins from their subsequent seven games after that winning streak ended include wins against Leicester City and Preston NE but four defeats within this current disappointing period suggest a tough evening could be in store for the hosts on Wednesday night. Hull City have also slipped to recent back-to-back defeats in the Championship to Watford and QPR respectively as Liam Rosenior�s side have dropped down to 8th place in the second tier standings but The Tigers still sit level on 30 points with 6th placed Sunderland heading into this midweek clash at the Riverside Stadium. Britt Assombalonga of Middlesbrough turns to celebrate after scoring at the Riverside Stadium17:1730-second verdictFraizer Campbell of Hull City after a diving header which goes narrowly wide of the goal during the Championship match at the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough17:05Hammer blow for CityThat’s a huge blow for Hull City’s already faint hopes of making the play-offs. The Tigers stay 9th in the table and are still only five points off the top six, but games are running out and Bristol have a game in hand, still. It’s not looking great with only 12 points left to play for and games against West Brom, Sheff Utd, Swansea and Bristol City to come. 17:00Full-time scores in the ChampionshipAston Villa 2-1 Bristol CityDerby 4-0 BoltonIpswich 1-1 BirminghamNottm Forest 1-2 BlackburnQPR 4-0 SwanseaReading 2-1 BrentfordSheff Utd 1-1 MillwallStoke 2-2 RotherhamWest Brom 4-1 Preston16:57Give us your ratingsDavid Marshall0Eric Lichaj0Jordy de Wijs0Reece Burke 0Todd Kane 0Jarrod Bowen0Jackson Irvine0Markus Henriksen0Kamil Grosicki0Marc Pugh0Fraizer Campbell0SubstitutesChris Martin0Evandro0Dan Batty0Submission / Results16:56KEY EVENTFull-timeThat’s it, full-time at the Riverside Stadium where Middlesbrough win 1-0. ▶️ Middlesbrough vs Hull Live Stream & on TV, Prediction Check how to watch Middlesbrough vs Hull live stream and on TV. 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