After five games without a win, can Hull turn things around when they face Crystal Palace? Opta reveals all.
"The Tigers have won none of their last five Premier League games at the KC Stadium (W0 D2 L3)."
The draw is priced at 3.55/2.
Both of the Barclays Premier League meetings between these two sides last season were won 1-0 by Crystal Palace. The odds of another 1-0 win for Palace are 12.011/1.
The Eagles are unbeaten in their last eight league matches against the Tigers, winning four and drawing four. You can lay Hull at 2.1411/10.
Hull City have won just one of their last 11 Premier League matches since their FA Cup semi-final win in April (W1 D4 L6). Crystal Palace are 4.03/1 to win.
The Tigers have won none of their last five Premier League games at the KC Stadium (W0 D2 L3). The draw is priced at 3.55/2.
Crystal Palace have lost just one of their last seven Premier League away games (W4 D2 L1). Palace are 7.613/2 to win half-time/full-time.
Since the start of last season, Ahmed Elmohamady has fired in 275 crosses from open play; 51 more than any other player. Over 2.5 goals is 2.26/5.
Mile Jedinak has made more tackles (33) and interceptions (23) than any other player this season in the Premier League; two categories that he also led in last term. Crystal Palace are 4.216/5 to keep a clean sheet.
Steve Bruce has won 41% of his games in charge of Hull City (all comps), the only club he managed a higher win ratio in charge of was Crystal Palace (61%). Hull are 2.1211/10 to win.
Crystal Palace have the lowest average possession figure in the Premier League so far this season (34.6%). Hull are 2.915/8 to win to nil.