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Corner from the left by-line taken by Robert Koren, Jack Hobbs gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Alex Baptiste. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.
A goal is scored by Matt Fryatt from close range to the top left corner of the goal. Blackpool 1-1 Hull.Assist on the goal came from James Chester.
Short corner taken by Robert Koren from the left by-line.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Liam Rosenior on Lomana Tresor LuaLua. Direct free kick taken by Barry Ferguson.
Short corner worked by Lomana Tresor LuaLua.
Ian Evatt joins the action as a substitute, replacing Kevin Phillips.
Lomana Tresor LuaLua comes on in place of Brett Ormerod.
Joshua King takes a shot. Save by Matthew Gilks.
Liam Rosenior delivers the ball, Joshua King takes a shot. Save made by Matthew Gilks.
Robert Koren has an effort at goal from 12 yards.
Joshua King takes a shot. Matthew Gilks makes a save.
Mark Cullen is ruled offside. Neal Eardley takes the indirect free kick.
Robert Koren takes a shot. Save by Matthew Gilks.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Thomas Ince. Mark Cullen comes on in place of Aaron Mclean. Jack Hobbs takes the indirect free kick.
Corry Evans receives a caution for unsporting behaviour.
Robert Koren takes the inswinging corner, Keith Southern makes a clearance.
John Fleck is brought on as a substitute for Roman Bednar.
Effort from just outside the area by Kevin Phillips goes over the target.
The referee blows for offside against Matt Fryatt. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.
Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by Thomas Ince misses to the left of the goal.
Paul McKenna concedes a free kick for a foul on Barry Ferguson. Barry Ferguson takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Keith Southern by Corry Evans. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Neal Eardley.
Aaron Mclean is ruled offside. Corry Evans on for Seyi Olofinjana. Joshua King joins the action as a substitute, replacing Cameron Stewart. Matthew Gilks takes the free kick.
Kevin Phillips takes a shot. Liam Rosenior gets a block in.
Thomas Ince fouled by Aaron Mclean, the ref awards a free kick. Stephen Crainey crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from right channel, save by Vito Mannone.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Kevin Phillips. Vito Mannone takes the indirect free kick.
Kevin Phillips takes a shot. Save made by Vito Mannone.
Shot by Roman Bednar from 6 yards. Save by Vito Mannone.
Corner taken right-footed by Robert Koren to the near post, save by Matthew Gilks.
Kevin Phillips is ruled offside. Jack Hobbs takes the indirect free kick.
Foul by Keith Southern on Paul McKenna, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Cameron Stewart.
Aaron Mclean is caught offside. Free kick taken by Matthew Gilks.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Matt Fryatt on Danny Wilson. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.
The referee blows for offside against Aaron Mclean. Free kick taken by Matthew Gilks.
The ball is crossed by Cameron Stewart, Danny Wilson makes a clearance.
Outswinging corner taken by Thomas Ince from the left by-line, Danny Wilson takes a shot.
Headed effort from close range by Kevin Phillips goes wide left of the goal.
Foul by Aaron Mclean on Thomas Ince, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Alex Baptiste.
Neal Eardley fouled by Matt Fryatt, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Matthew Gilks.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Thomas Ince, Danny Wilson has a headed effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the left of the target.
A cross is delivered by Thomas Ince, Seyi Olofinjana manages to make a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Thomas Ince.
The ball is sent over by Robert Koren, clearance made by Stephen Crainey.
Cameron Stewart delivers the ball.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Keith Southern on Paul McKenna. Jack Hobbs restarts play with the free kick.
Liam Rosenior receives a caution for unsporting behaviour.
Thomas Ince fires in a goal from just outside the penalty area to the top right corner of the goal. Blackpool 1-0 Hull.The assist for the goal came from Kevin Phillips.
Aaron Mclean takes a shot. Alex Baptiste manages to make a clearance.
Keith Southern takes a shot from just outside the penalty area clears the crossbar.
Kevin Phillips takes a shot. James Chester gets a block in.
The ball is sent over by Brett Ormerod, clearance made by Jack Hobbs.
Effort from outside the area by Barry Ferguson goes wide right of the goal.
Aaron Mclean is caught offside. Matthew Gilks takes the indirect free kick.
Corner taken by Robert Koren from the right by-line, Paul McKenna takes a shot. Alex Baptiste gets a block in.
Brett Ormerod takes a shot. Jack Hobbs gets a block in.
Centre by Liam Rosenior.
The official flags Kevin Phillips offside. Indirect free kick taken by Vito Mannone.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Thomas Ince, Jack Hobbs fouled by Danny Wilson, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Vito Mannone.
The ball is delivered by Brett Ormerod, blocked by Aaron Mclean.
Aaron Mclean concedes a free kick for a foul on Stephen Crainey. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.
Shot from outside the penalty box by Paul McKenna goes wide right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Keith Southern on Seyi Olofinjana. Free kick crossed right-footed by Paul McKenna, Alex Baptiste manages to make a clearance.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Kevin Phillips. Free kick taken by Vito Mannone.
Corner taken by Thomas Ince, clearance made by Jack Hobbs.
Keith Southern takes a shot. Blocked by Jack Hobbs.
Short corner taken by Thomas Ince.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Thomas Ince, Alex Baptiste takes a shot. Vito Mannone makes a save.
Keith Southern takes a shot. Save by Vito Mannone.
Unfair challenge on Paul McKenna by Barry Ferguson results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Jack Hobbs.
Corner taken left-footed by Thomas Ince, Headed effort from inside the area by Alex Baptiste misses to the right of the target.
Jack Hobbs concedes a free kick for a foul on Roman Bednar. Stephen Crainey fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick, save by Vito Mannone.
Bednar boost for Blackpool
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway will have one striker back at his disposal to face Hull as he tries to bring in another.
News that ex-Liverpool and England forward Robbie Fowler is training with the Seasiders with a view to a permanent move has dominated the build-up to Friday's vital npower Championship clash.
Fowler will not be available to face the Tigers as he was not registered before Thursday's noon cut-off point, but Holloway can once again call upon Roman Bednar after the on-loan West Brom frontman recovered from the dead-leg that stopped him featuring in Saturday's 3-1 win at Bristol City.
Centre-back Craig Cathcart and winger Matt Phillips are major doubts due to the hamstring problems that prevented them from representing Northern Ireland and Scotland respectively in midweek.
The game comes too soon for Gary Taylor-Fletcher, who is continuing his recovery from bone bruising in his knee.
Hull expect their four midweek internationals Cameron Stewart, Corry Evans, Peter Gulacsi and Tom Cairney to be in contention.
Stewart did not feature for England Under-21s in their Euro qualifying win over Belgium, Evans played the opening half of Northern Ireland's friendly defeat to Norway, Gulacsi played the first 45 minutes for Hungary against Malta and Cairney played 68 minutes of Scotland Under-21s' goalless draw with Holland.
Manager Nick Barmby, who has no new injury or suspension worries, could include midfielder Seyi Olofinjana in the squad.
Olofinjana has not appeared for the Tigers since the goalless home draw with Doncaster at the end of January.
Hull, unbeaten in their last six league games, will embark on a run of nine matches in 29 days at Blackpool following the postponement of last month's scheduled games against Cardiff and Portsmouth.
Fryatt snatches point for Tigers
Matty Fryatt's 10th goal of the season snatched a last-minute 1-1 draw for Hull at Blackpool.
Ian Holloway's Seasiders have made a habit of producing late strikes in a run of one defeat in 10 that has catapulted them into the promotion picture, by they were given a taste of their own medicine when Fryatt reacted quickest to James Chester's knockdown inside a crowded penalty area.
The hosts deservedly led at the interval after a fine strike from Tom Ince denied Hull a club-record seventh consecutive clean sheet.
Blackpool are in talks with ex-England striker Robbie Fowler over a surprise return to English football, but they appeared perfectly well stocked in attack as a four-strong forward line troubled Hull all evening.
Aaron Mclean had a first-half attempt cleared off the line for the visitors, but they had little to show for their efforts until a successful late rally.
Nick Barmby's men close to within a point of the top six and remain four points behind Blackpool in fourth.
Veteran forward Brett Ormerod was rewarded for a lively cameo from the bench in Saturday's win over Bristol City with his first Blackpool start since October - one of three changes made by Ian Holloway.
Seyi Olofinjana and Mclean returned for Hull, with Corry Evans dropping to the bench and Robbie Brady missing out on the matchday 16.
Blackpool almost took an early lead when a speculative effort by midfielder Keith Southern forced backpedalling City goalkeeper Vito Mannone to push over his crossbar in the fifth minute.
Mannone was at full-stretch once more from the resulting corner as Alex Baptiste rose to meet Ince's well-flighted delivery.
The home side's expansive and enterprising front four kept them in the ascendancy, with Ince the shinning light. In the ninth minute he left Tigers full-back Andy Dawson in his wake and Mannone was alert to punch clear as the ball fizzed towards his goalmouth.
Inevitably there was space to exploit on the break, but Hull rarely did so in the opening period. When Seasiders goalkeeper Matt Gilks recklessly strayed from his area in the 19th minute, Baptiste was on the line to head Mclean's curling effort to safety.
Hull's goal had not been breached for 610 minutes when a superlative strike brought their run to an end.
Ince collected the ball 25 yards from goal and played a delicate one-two with Kevin Phillips before rifling past Mannone with the outside of his left foot.
Phillips nodded wide from Ormerod's hooked cross as the Seasiders' first-half showing failed to produce the second goal it merited.
Hull hustled their way onto the front foot at the start of the second period, but at the expense of their typical solidity as Roman Bednar and Phillips found space to draw fine saves from Mannone in quick succession.
Ince continued to be a menace with the ball at his feet but should have done better when he headed Neal Eardley's cross wide at the far post in the 66th minute.
Hull introduced on-loan Manchester United striker Joshua King as they attempted to force a point and, after picking out Gilks with a free header, he stung the Blackpool keeper's palms with a fierce 83rd-minute drive.
It appeared a case of too little, too late until Fryatt's poacher's instincts stole a share of the spoils.
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