Having suffered Champions League defeat in midweek, Liverpool have the chance to bounce back against Hull. Opta rates their chances.
"Hull (along with Chelsea and Everton) are one of only three teams to score in every Premier League game this season."
Both teams to score is 1.824/5.
Liverpool have scored 10 goals in three Barclays Premier League home games against Hull City. Over 2.5 goals is 1.654/6.
The Tigers have only won one of their 18 meetings with the Reds in all competitions (D4 L13), with that win coming on home soil last season. Liverpool are 1.4840/85 to win.
Neither of Liverpool's scorers in this fixture last season (Agger, Suarez) remain at the club. Under 2.5 goals is 2.56/4.
Steven Gerrard has three goals in two starts against Hull at Anfield. Gerrard is 2.915/8 to score.
Hull (along with Chelsea and Everton) are one of only three teams to score in every Premier League game this season. Both teams to score is 1.824/5.
Mario Balotelli has put more clear cut chances off target than any other Premier League player this season (3). Hull are 8.615/2 to keep a clean sheet.
After winning 11 Premier League games in a row between February and April, Liverpool have won just five of the subsequent 11 matches. You can lay Liverpool at 1.491/2.
The Reds have kept just one clean sheet in their last 14 Premier League matches. Hull are 1.664/6 to score.
Liverpool have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last five Premier League games at Anfield. The 1-1 draw is priced at 11.010/1.
Hull's last two away games have ended 2-2. Only two teams in Premier League history have recorded three successive 2-2s away from home (Man Utd in 1994 and Newcastle in 2003). The 2-2 draw is 19.5.
Liverpool have both taken (129) and scored (98 - level with Chelsea) the most penalties in Premier League history. Their current penalty taker Steven Gerrard is 7.06/1 to score the first goal.