STATS: Swans v Hull City

20th August

Saturday means it's time for some statistics as we look ahead to this afternoon's Barclays Premier League fixture against Hull City.
The Swans welcome the newly-promoted Tigers to the Liberty Stadium aiming to build on their opening-day 1-0 win at Burnley.
And ahead of today's fixture, we've taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.

8 - For Premier League matches played in August, the Swans have won six and drawn two.
28 - Since being appointed at the Swans in January, Francesco Guidolin has picked up 28 points - more than the likes of Arsenal (27), West Ham (26) and Manchester City (25).
5- The Swans are unbeaten in five matches at the Liberty since losing to Southampton last February (won four; drawn one).
55 - The total amount of clean sheets picked up by the Swans during their 191 Premier League games.

0 - During their victory against Leicester City, Hull didn't make a substitution - thus becoming the first team since Manchester United in 2012 to win a game and keep the same starting XI throughout the full match.
449 - The amount of passes successfully played
153 - The amount of Premier League fixtures played by the Tigers, winning 33 games.
12 - Nikica Jelavic is Hull's all-time Premier League scorer.

Swans: Lukasz Fabianski - 3
Hull: Eldin Jakupovic - 4

4 - The Swans are unbeaten in their fixtures against Hull at the Liberty. In four matches, the Swans have won two and drawn two.
15 - The Tigers have won just one of their last 15 fixtures against the Swans. Their last win came in 2004 when Danny Allsopp and Ben Burgess's brace sealed a 3-2 victory.