Hull vs Swansea
Hull City have seen the joint-most opposition players sent off this season (6) along with Norwich City.
Swansea have won none of their last five league visits to play Hull City, losing four of those games.
Overall, there have been 10 red cards in games involving the Tigers this season, the most of any Premier League club (four for, six against).
Swansea have benefited from eight own goals in the Premier League this season – only Wilfried Bony has scored more goals for the Swans (11).
The Swans have scored more goals than any other team in the bottom 12 of the Premier League.
Swansea have not won back to back Premier League games since December 2012.
Swansea City have the highest passing accuracy in the top flights this season (86.1%), probably due to the fact that they have attempted the highest proportion of passes in their own half of any Premier League side (48%).
Just 9% of Hull’s goals have come in the final 15 minutes of matches, the lowest proportion in the top flight (3 of 33).
Of the 11 goals Wilfried Bony has scored this season, only one has been the first goal of the game and none have been a winning goal.
Steve Bruce’s side have lost four of their last five Premier League matches (W1 L4) and won only one of the last six on home soil (W1 D1 L4).
Despite only joining in January. Nikica Jelavic has already fired in more shots on target than any other Hull City player this season (17).