STATS: Swans v Hull City

20th August 2016

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.