Two struggling sides come head-to-head as Hull host QPR. Opta provides the statistical analysis.
"The Tigers have won just three of their last 14 Premier League home games (W3 D3 L8)."
Hull City have conceded a Premier League high 11 goals from outside the penalty area this season, while QPR are second having shipped eight. Over 2.5 goals is 7/52.42.
QPR have allowed their opponents 139 shots on target against them, 10 more than any other team in the top flight. Both teams to score is 11/102.08.
In the 44 meetings in all competitions between the Tigers and Rangers, there have been 15 draws, 15 QPR wins and 14 Hull victories. The draw is 3.45.
Three of the last four league meetings between Hull and QPR have ended as draws. The draw half-time/full-time is 4/14.9.
There have been just five goals in those last four matches between Hull and QPR. Under 1.5 goals is 2/12.96.
QPR ended a run of seven Barclays Premier League matches without a win with victory over Sunderland last time out (D2 L5). They are 16/54.2 to win again.
That victory also ended a Premier League record run of 11 away defeats since the start of a season. Hull are 11/102.08 to inflict another loss.
Hull City's last four Premier League wins have all been by a two-goal margin, three of them with a 2-0 scoreline. They are 10.5 to win 2-0.
The Tigers have won just three of their last 14 Premier League home games (W3 D3 L8). QPR are 10/111.9 in the Double Chance market.
Michael Dawson has blocked on average 1.5 shots per game, a higher rate than any other player in the top flight. Hull are 6/42.46 to keep a clean sheet.