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THREE OF A KIND: HULL CITY

9 June 2018

Our countdown to #FixtureReleaseDay and the 2018-19 season continues, with three memorable moments against Hull City.

  • A closer look at previous meetings between Wigan Athletic and Hull City.
  • Latics prepare to learn when and where they'll face each Sky Bet Championship team as we count down to #FixtureReleaseDay on Thursday 21 June.
  • 5-0 away in the Premier League, Ben Watson in the reverse and a Winston White double in the early 1990s.

2018-19 Season Cards

Our countdown to #FixtureReleaseDay on Thursday 21 June continues, with our seventh instalment of Three of a Kind focusing on previous clashes with Hull City.

Wigan Athletic 2 Hull City 0 - Saturday 3 April 1993

A glimmer of hope, in a far from memorable season and what turned out to be our first relegation since arriving in the EFL in 1978, saw Winston White net twice against Hull City in a 2-0 victory, Latics' final win of the 1992-93 campaign.

Latics: Adkins, Tankard, Johnson, Jones, Pilling, Daley, Griffiths, Appleton, Skipper, Garnett, White
Sub: Powell

Hull City: Wilson, Norton, Hobson, Mail, Wilcox, Abbott, Brown, Atkinson, Hunter, Windass, Warren
Subs: France, Allison

Hull City 0 Wigan Athletic 5 - Saturday 30 August 2008



After back-to-back defeats in our opening two matches against West Ham United and Chelsea, Latics were due a much needed boost, and having won 4-0 four days before in the League Cup against Notts County, Hull City were right in the firing line for Steve Bruce's men.

Having scored on the opening day of the season against the Hammers, Egyptian loanee Amr Zaki was red hot in front of goal with a double, whilst Antonio Valencia and Emile Heskey also hit the target.

It was Kevin Kilbane who got the ball rolling in the 5-0 triumph, his in-swinging corner forcing Sam Ricketts to slice the ball into his own net just five minutes into the game. Seven minutes later Latics' speed on the counter attack became apparent as Valencia shot through the middle to finish coolly past Boaz Myhill.

Zaki got his first of two shortly after the hour mark, before Heskey proved too powerful for the Hull back line and rifled his effort in for 4-0.

Latics' 'Pharaoh' rounding off the scoring with nine minutes remaining, crashing a thunderous effort in off the underside of the cross bar!

Hull City: Myhill, Ricketts, Brown, Dawson (Mendy 71), Turner, Fagan, Geovanni (Windass 56), Ashbee, Marney, Garcia (Barmby 60), Folan
Subs: Duke, Cooper, Hughes, Halmosi

Latics: Kirkland, Melchiot, Bramble, Boyce, Figueroa, Valencia, Palacios, Kilbane (Brown 56), Cattermole (Kapo 79), Heskey (Camara 85), Zaki
Subs: Pollitt, De Ridder, Kupisz, Koumas

Wigan Athletic 1 Hull City 0 - Sunday 22 March 2009



Latics left it late to complete a seasonal double over the Tigers, but Ben Watson was swift to turn home the winner with his low effort to beat Matt Duke six minutes from full time.

The midfielder's strike was his second in as many matches for Latics, having scored in a 2-1 win against Sunderland eight days earlier.

It was to be Latics' penultimate victory of the season, as Steve Bruce's men lost six and drew one of their next seven matches, before seeing out the campaign with a 1-0 win at home to Portsmouth.

Latics: Kirkland, Melchiot, Bramble, Figueroa, Boyce, Watson, Brown, N'Zogbia (De Ridder 46), Scharner (Kapo 77), Rodallega, Mido (Zaki 72)
Subs: Pollitt, Kingson, Edman, Cho

Hull City: Duke, Ricketts, Zayatte (Folan 61), Dawson (Garcia 38), Turner, Marney, Mendy, Kilbane, Fagan (Halmosi 82), Geovanni, Manucho
Subs: Myhill, Doyle, France, Barmby

2018-19 Season Cards


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