League One: FTFC vs Hull





League One's earliest fifth round match at Highbury Stadium saw home team Fleetwood Town prepare for the visit of Hull City who are dominating second of the group.

First-team coach Barry Nicholson was delighted after Fleetwood Town's 3-0 win over Aston Villa's U21 team at Highbury on Tuesday allowing them to enter the third round of the League Cup. Fleetwood's first chance of the match fell to Fleetwood when Ryan Rydel made a pass over Villa's defense, letting Saunders cross, the striker hit the ball past Akos Onodi to score the match. After 3 minutes of the game, Saunders made a double when Mungo Bridge failed to get the Fleetwood striker rushed in and shot into the top corner. Fleetwood scored the third goal after 15 minutes when Rydel made a perfect cross from the left wing, finding Saunders in the penalty area, who completed his hat-trick with a dripping header. hoping for a better result after a 1-2 defeat at League One last time at the hands of Rochdale. 


Hull City entered this match after a 1-0 win in League One as they beat Plymouth Argyle in their recent match, the only scorer for Hull City was Hakeeb Adelakun (10 '). For 5 of the 6 previous clashes involving Hull City, the number of goals scored between them and their opponents was quite low, the average number of goals per game in that time period was just 2.33, in when the average number of goals for The Tigers is 1.33. Entering this match, Hull City have not been defeated in their last 2 away matches, 4 wins and kept a clean sheet - The Tigers have started the 2020/21 season in great form. Grant McCann's men maintained their 100% full-time record in League One with a 1-0 win over Plymouth Argyle, their second consecutive 1-0 home victory. 




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