10. Hull City and Chelsea have met 31 times in league competition stretching back to September 1905. Hull have won just four games and are 6.00 to make it five here.
9. Chelsea, meanwhile, have not lost to Hull in nine games (W7 D2) and boast an aggregate score over this period of 22-4. The Blues are 1.57 to win.
8. Jose Mourinho’s men beat Hull 2-0 in the reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge in their first game of this season, with Frank Lampard netting his first of six this campaign. A repeat 2-0 scoreline is available at 7.00.
7. These sides drew 1-1 the last time they met at the KC Stadium. It remains Hull’s only point at home to Chelsea since a 3-0 win in October 1988, and another 1-1 draw is priced at 7.50.
6. Hull have won two of their last three games having previously not claimed a victory since December 1st. They are 2.35 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
5. Tom Huddlestone scored his first goal in 32 months during Hull’s previous outing at the KC Stadium, a 6-0 win over Fulham. The one-time England midfielder is 18.00 to net again.
4. Chelsea average 16.4 shots per Premier League game, the fourth highest in the division, while Hull average just 11.6. The Blues are 2.35 to win without conceding.
3. Just 25% of Hull’s attacks are directed through the middle of the pitch – the lowest percentage alongside Manchester United in the Premier League. Forward Yannick Sagbo is 6.25 to score at any time.
2. Eden Hazard is Chelsea’s top league scorer this season with eight goals. The Belgian also has five assists and is 3.25 to score on Saturday.
1. Chelsea have won their last four games and have scored first in seven of their last nine. The Blues are 1.35 to score first.