Can Fulham pull off a great escape with a victory over Stoke? Opta reveals all.
"Fulham have conceded 79 goals. The last three teams to concede as many in the top-flight and not go down are Wigan (79 in 2009-10), Oxford (80 in 1985-86) and Luton (84 in 1982-83)."
Only the Barclays Premier League's top five have taken more points at home than Stoke City this season (33). Stoke are 2.47/5 to win.
If only away points counted this season, Fulham would be outside the relegation zone on 14 points, while Stoke would be in it with just 11. Fulham are 3.211/5 to win.
Fulham have named the eight oldest starting XIs in the Premier League this season. Stoke are 3.953/1 to win half-time/full-time.
A win in this game will mean Stoke match their highest total in a Premier League season (47 in 2009-10). The draw half-time/Stoke full-time is 5.95/1.
The Potters last finished in the top half of the table (in the top-flight) in 1980-81 (11th). Stoke are 1.182/11 to finish in the top ten.
Fulham have only ever won 38 of 246 Premier League away games. They are 1.271/4 to be relegated.
Of teams to play 100+ Premier League home games, Stoke have lost the fewest (27). They are 3.613/5 to extend that run with a draw.
The Potters have conceded 299 goals in Premier League history. Fulham are 1.42/5 to score that 300th goal.
Fulham have conceded 79 goals. The last three teams to concede as many in the top-flight and not go down are Wigan (79 in 2009-10), Oxford (80 in 1985-86) and Luton (84 in 1982-83). Over 2.5 goals is 2.01/1.