Only the Barclays Premier League’s top five have taken more points at home than Stoke City this season (33).
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.
Stoke’s home game with Aston Villa is the only Premier League fixture this season to see fewer than 45 minutes of ball-in-play time (40:50).
Fulham have named the eight oldest starting XIs in the Premier League this season.
A win in this game will mean Stoke match their highest total in a Premier League season (47 in 2009-10).
The Potters last finished in the top half of the table (in the top-flight) in 1980-81 (11th).
Fulham have only ever won 38 of 246 Premier League away games.
Of teams to play 100+ Premier League home games, Stoke have lost the fewest (27).
The Potters have conceded 299 goals in Premier League history.
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).