MATCHDAY LIVE: Wanderers 4 Hull City 1
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That's it. Best performance of the season? Probably. Match report up soon.
Someone said they had money on 4-2 earlier.... almost want Hull to score just so their bet comes up!
Four minutes added time.
Wheater on for Mark Davies. Welcome back Wheats!
Medo already in ref's bad books. Looked like a final warning for a foul on Boyd there.
Medo on for his debut. Ngog off.
Scramble in the box after Spearing's corner. Dawson had already hit the post and Chester cleared one effort from Ngog off the line, but when Alonso drilled another low effort back in, he cleverly flicked the ball past Stockdale for his second.
Great break by Wanderers. Craig Davies plays in Pratley, whose shot on the stretch brings a great save out of Stockdale.
Brady free kick took a clip off the wall and wrong-footed Bogdan. Game on again?
Dawson booked there for a foul on Simpson. Think the Hull sub should have been booked moments earlier for his cynical foul on Chung-Yong.
Smoke bomb off in the Hull end. Things starting to get a bit fractious among the away fans.
Boyd and Simpson thrown on for Hull. Gedo and Koren off.
Sordell looked disappointed going off there. He has put in a good hour, but hadn't been holding on to the ball all that much in the second half.
Craig Davies on for Sordell
Brady curls a much better free kick in, and Bruce heads over the top. Big chance.
Brady curls one high, wide and less-than-handsome. Terrible effort.
Free-kick right on the edge of the area for Hull. Spearing foul on Elmohamady - thought it was a pen for a moment.
Pratley tries his luck from distance. Wide of the target.
Players coming back out now.
If three goals don't go in between 45-52 minutes, I'm going to be thoroughly disappointed....
Half time. Great half for Wanderers who exploded out of the blocks.
Three mins added time.
Wanderers have lost 26 points from winning positions this season. It's going to take a lot to add to that now.
Good defensive work there from Spearing to clear a dangerous cross from Brady.
Chungy up and about now. Walking a bit gingerly off the pitch. And I don't mean those dodgy highlights he had a couple of months back...
Fans unhappy about a challenge by Quinn on Chungy there. Ref didn't give anything but he's still down.
Everything a yard quicker and more urgent so far. Chung-Yong's performance has been especially pleasing after a poor show at Derby.
And now the snow starts to fall at the Reebok.
@MarcIles Who scored the 2nd goal?— @BeejMcGillashaw 23 February 2013
Up to 14th as the table stands...
They are starting to swing a few crosses in. One of their main strengths.
Hull starting to recover some sort of poise now. They don't score that many goals so it looks a very long road back from here.
Trying to remember a better start from Wanderers but struggling. They have been playing more like a 4-3-3, with Chungy pushed out to the left. Ngog and Sordell pace causing all sorts of problems.
Great football again. Ricketts and Ngog combine on the right and the cross is sidefooted against the outside of the post by Sordell.
Brady's angled free kick just hit the bar. Koren then blasted the rebound over the top.
Three goals in the first seven minutes. Don't think I've seen a start like that since I've been covering Wanderers.
Some also being escorted...
This is amazing stuff. Some Hull fans leaving already.
Dawson makes it three! Spearing corner headed by Dawson, seeimingly cleared off the line, but then turned in at the far post by Sordell.
Sordell then pointed to Dawson to indicate it was his goal.
Mark Davies drills home from the edge of the box. Ngog had been shouting for a penalty after going down near the penalty spot but Chung-Yong laid the ball back and though Stockdale got a good hand to Davies's shot, he couldn't keep it out. Wanderers rampant.
Brilliant goal! Mark Davies scampered into the final third, played a ball out to Chung-Yong, whose cross was headed home at full length by Darren Pratley. Superb finish.
Sordell and Ngog up front, looks 4-4-2 from the start.
About 1,200 Hull fans here (guestimate). They haven't seen too many defeats on their travels this season.
Looks like they are on their way out now. Caught Colin on the hop... he had to play another song!
Is it me or are these players late?
Bitterly cold day at the Reebok. Hopefully the football will be a step up from Tuesday night at Derby.
Good to see Medo Kamara on the bench for the first time. DF said there was "no rush" to include him on Friday. But wonder whether we will get a glimpse?
Nothing sinister about Stu Holden's exclusion from the squad, I'm told. Will get it on the record after the game if I can.
Quite a few asking about Holden. Saw him yesterday and he was absolutely fine. DF wanted to get him on against Derby but said after the game that it was too finely poised. Will ask again after the match but stress that his rehab is still MILES off being finished. He won't be playing week in week out this season, in my opinion.
Internet suddenly gone a bit rubbish at the Reebok. Not often that happens.
Just writing out the quiz questions for this week's Wanderer. Need some inspiration. Anyone got any good ones?
@MarcIles do you think Ngog will play on the wing or up front with Sordell? Also is mears injured?— @JKbwfc 23 February 2013
Hull (3-5-1-1) Stockdale; Chester, Hobbs, Bruce; Elmohamady, Quinn, Meyler, Evans, Brady; Koren; Gedo.
Subs: Jakupovic, Rosenior, Simpson, Cairney, Fathi, Proschwitz, Boyd
@MarcIles Vela? Holden?— @Pedro1 23 February 2013
What do we make of that then? Eagles, Mears, Craig Davies out - Alonso, Sordell and Mark Davies in.
BWFC: Bogdan, Ricketts, Knight, Dawson, Alonso, Spearing, Pratley, Chung-Yong, M Davies, Sordell, Ngog
Subs: Lonergan, Wheater, Kamara, Eagles, De Ridder, C Davies, K Davies
@MarcIles I miss the anticipation of the teams these days - lost since they get leaked on the forums the day before the match.— @DaveModculture 23 February 2013
Interesting to see who's rotated today. No fresh injury worries, and Keith Andrews the only player currently in the treatment room.
Good afternoon folks - teams not far away.