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Hull City 2 v 0 Rochdale
SkyBet League One
Tuesday, 2nd March 2021 Kick-off 19:45
Stats Magic - Hull City v Rochdale
Tuesday, 2nd Mar 2021 09:00 by TVOS

TVOS brings us the stats ahead of our away trip over to Hull City.

* Tuesday will be the 46th league game between Dale and Hull City and the 23rd at Hull

* Six of the previous 22 away fixtures took place at Anlaby Road, 15 at Boothferry Park and one at the KC Stadium

* Dale have won two of those 22 away matches, losing 13 times and drawing seven

* We have played Hull City at five different grounds – Spotland, KC Stadium, Boothferry Park, Anlaby Road and Elland Road, in an FA Cup second replay in November 1981

* Our last league away win over The Tigers came in February 1998 when Alex Russell and Mark Stuart scored in the 2-0 victory

* We have since played seven league and cup games away to Hull without success, losing the last five

* Dale have lost their last five games against Hull (H&A) without scoring

* Our last win over The Tigers was a 2-1 success at Spotland in April 2003, thanks to goals from Lee McEvilly and Darren Hockenhull

* Dale’s best win versus City is 4-0, which they achieved at Spotland in March 1937 and November 1938

* The most common scoreline in the previous 45 meetings between Dale and Hull is 2-1, which has been achieved nine times – three by Dale and six by City

* In 25 away matches against Hull in all competitions, Dale have kept only three clean sheets

* In March 1949, a crowd of 36,509 saw Dale’s 1-1 draw at Boothferry Park – the highest attendance in history to watch Dale in league football

* Dale’s leading appearance-maker against Hull is Wayne Evans with 10 games (9 league, 1 AWS)

* Nobody in the current squad has played more than once for Dale versus The Tigers

* Dale’s top scorer against Hull, with five goals, is Jimmy Wynn


An early goal from Greg Luer gave Hull a 1-0 Capital One Cup win over Dale when we last visited the KC Stadium in August 2015.

City’s defence had both Andy Robertson and Harry Maguire in it that evening.

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We were also beaten 1-0 on our last league visit to Hull in March 2004. Damien Delaney strode upfield to hit a long-distance effort past Neil Edwards 11 minutes from time, thwarting what up to then had been the perfect game plan by Dale boss Steve Parkin.

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