Stats: Hull City v Swansea City

11th March 2017

It's time for some statistics as we look ahead to Saturday's Premier League fixture against Hull City at the KCOM Stadium (3pm). 
The Swans face a Hull side who have been in impressive form of late on their own patch. 
And ahead of what could be a key fixture at the bottom end of the table, we've taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.

9 - Polish winger Kamil Grosicki has had nine shots since making his Hull debut, more than any team-mate. He has also created more chances (six) and supplied more crosses (34) than any other Tiger.
28 - Hull have conceded more goals in the final 30 minutes of league games this season than any other top-flight club. The Swans are next in the list with 27.
1 - Hull have lost just one of their last eight home games in all competitions stretching back to early December. Liverpool and Manchester United have both been beaten on Humberside, while Manchester City were the only team to win there during Hull's impressive recent run.
3 - Hull have kept only three clean sheets in the Premier League this season, fewer than any other top-flight club.

35 - The Swans have scored 35 times in the Premier League this season, making them the joint-11th highest scorers in the division. Hull (24 goals) are third from bottom of that list. 
10 - Among those 35 Swans league goals, 10 have been headers - with five of them coming from Fernando Llorente. Only three clubs have scored more headed goals so far this season - Arsenal, West Brom and West Ham.
34 - Swans players have been flagged offside 34 times this season. That is the lowest tally of any club in the top flight.
7 - The Swans have conceded seven penalties in the Premier League this season, the same number as Arsenal. The only team who have conceded more are Hull (11).

HULL: Curtis Davies - 83 
SWANS: Jack Cork - 42 

73 - Meetings in all competitions between the clubs. There have been 30 Swans wins, 27 Hull victories and 16 draws.