Hull City vs Manchester City: 10 Vital Statistics

10. Manchester City beat Hull 2-0 at the Etihad in this season’s reverse fixture, their first win over Hull since December 2008. The visitors are 1.50 to win.

9. City have not won at Hull in their last four visits to Humberside, a record stretching back to January 1970. Hull are 2.55 to win/draw on the Double Chance.

8. That FA Cup clash in 1970 ended 1-0 to City, just one of four wins over Hull without conceding. Manuel Pellegrini’s side are 2.50 to win with a clean sheet.

Watch Neil Young score the winning goal for City that day in January 1970:

7. Hull beat City 2-1 the last time these sides met at the KC Stadium, in February 2010, despite recording just eight goal attempts to City’s 17. Hull are 20.00 to win 2-1 again.

6. City have lost three of their last five games, their worst run since December 2012. They are 6.50 to lose to Hull.

5. Vincent Kompany scored his fourth City goal on the season on Wednesday against Barcelona, his third away from home. Kompany is 10.00 to score at the KC Stadium.

4. Steve Bruce’s men have won three of their last four games – their best run since September. Hull are 10.00 to be winning at both half-time and full-time.

3. Matty Fryatt’s goal against Sunderland at the weekend was the striker’s fourth goal in 10 games since returning from a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday. Fryatt is 5.40 to score.

2. Edin Dzeko averages 3.4 shots per Premier League game, while Hull as a team average 12. Dzeko is 2.02 to score.

1. City average more shots than any other Premier League team (18.2 per game) and only Southampton concede fewer efforts (9.8 to City’s 10.2). City are 4.50 to win with a 0-2 handicap.