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Databases

Find all the matches in the results table where "Hessle" was playing away as the away team and their score was above 18

Find all the matches in the results table where "Hessle" was playing away as the away team and their score was above 18

1 Answer

Demetris Partou
Demetris Partou
3,003 Points

Assuming that the away team column is away_team and that the away score column is away_score, your query should look like the below:

SELECT * FROM results WHERE away_team = "Hessle" AND away_score > 18;

You will be filtering the data using the WHERE keyword as you have conditions you need to be satisfied. In this case, the away team must be Hessle, and you want to eliminate every other row. Use the AND keyword to add a second condition, in this case, the score must be above 18.

You want to use AND and not OR because you require both conditions to be true for your result to be returned.

Hope this helps.