With the focus firmly on today’s fixture at Pride Park, we take a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
The Tigers are chasing a fourth successive away win in all competitions, a feat the Club hasn’t achieved since December 2012.
Hull City are looking to complete a first league double over Derby County since the 2012/13 season.
Grant McCann’s side have scored 11 goals in the last 15 minutes of league fixtures in the Championship this season. Only West Brom (14), Bristol City (13), Reading (13), Sheffield Wednesday (12) and Leeds United (12) have scored more.
Jarrod Bowen has scored more goals following a ball carry in the Championship than any other player this season (five).
Derby County have lost just one of their last 12 home league games (W7 D4 L1), winning the last two against Charlton Athletic and Barnsley (both 2-1).
The Rams have won their last three home league matches against the Tigers by an aggregate score of 11-0.
Both teams have scored in four of Derby’s last five fixtures, a run of games which has seen the Rams pick up 11 points from a possible 15.
Since his Derby County debut, Wayne Rooney has completed more passes than any other Rams player in the Championship (68).
Meetings (66) in all competitions between the two sides, with the Tigers winning 24, drawing 17 and losing 25.