Bottom-placed Crystal Palace's search for an away win takes them to fellow promoted outfit Hull City. Opta have all the stats.
"There have been just five goals scored in the five Barclays Premier League games at the KC Stadium this season; a league-low."
There have been just five goals scored in the five Barclays Premier League games at the KC Stadium this season; a league-low. Under 2.5 goals is 5/71.71.
Crystal Palace are unbeaten in their last six league meetings with Hull City (W2 D4). You can lay Hull at 5/61.87.
The Eagles have won only three of their previous 17 Premier League games in the month of November and have the worst points per record in this month of all current PL sides (0.88). Hull are 5/61.86 to win.
Crystal Palace are the only side to have failed to attempt a single shot on target in more than one Premier League game this season (0 v Man Utd and Southampton). Hull are 5/42.28 to keep a clean sheet.
Kevin Phillips scored a hat-trick for Palace in the last meeting between these two sides. Phillips is 6.5 to score.
Should Phillips net in this game, he'll become only the second 40 year old to score in the Premier League after Teddy Sheringham (40y 268d at his oldest). Phillips is 10/111.0 to score the first goal.
Crystal Palace are the only Premier League side yet to win a single point away from home this season (L5). Hull are 2/13.0 to win half-time/full-time.
Hull City are one of only five teams to still remain unbeaten at home this season in the Premier League (W3 D2). The odds of them keeping that record going with a draw are 3.55.
Despite playing 770 minutes of Premier League action this season, Palace striker Marouane Chamakh has attempted just two shots on target. Chamakh is a distant 5/16.0 to score.
Crystal Palace have given away a league-high four penalties this season, while Hull have conceded just one fewer (3). The odds of their being a penalty being taken in the match are likely to be around 9/43.3.