With the focus firmly on this afternoon’s fixture at the KCOM Stadium, we take a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
The Tigers scored six goals on Charlton’s last visit to the KCOM Stadium in January 2016 – including Abel Hernández’s first hat-trick as a Hull City player. Robert Snodgrass, Mo Diamé and Isaac Hayden were also on the scoresheet that day.
Grant McCann’s side have been awarded just two penalties this season, scoring one and missing one.
Leonardo Da Silva Lopes has successfully completed 34 of his attempted 45 dribbles in league fixtures this season – more than any other current member of Grant McCann’s squad.
Charlton have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last four fixtures against the Tigers (W1 D1 L2).
Charlton have lost their last three league games without scoring a single goal – they last lost four in a row without scoring back in November 2015 (run of 5).
The Addicks have been awarded five penalties in the league fixtures this season, scoring all five.
Josh Cullen is the chief creator in Charlton’s ranks having carved out 38 goalscoring opportunities for team-mates in the Sky Bet Championship in 2019/20.
There have been 40 meetings between the two sides in all competitions in the past, with the Tigers winning 11, drawing 11 and losing 18.
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