With the focus firmly on today’s fixture at the KCOM Stadium, we take a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
Hull City have scored in seven of the last eight games against Millwall (W3 D3 L2).
36 of the 57 goals Hull City have scored this season have been come in the second half of games.
The Tigers have scored first in eight of their 21 home games so far this season.
Grant McCann’s men have scored 29 and conceded 35 goals in their 21 home fixtures in the Championship this term.
Millwall have not conceded a goal in any of their last three away matches.
31 of the 46 goals Millwall have conceded this season have been scored in the second half of games.
The Lions have drawn four of the last eight Championship fixtures.
Gary Rowett’s side have scored 20 and conceded 22 goals in their 21 away fixtures in the Championship this term.
Hull City and Millwall have played each other 65 times in all competitions in the past, with the Tigers winning 24, drawing 19 and losing 22.
Both teams have scored in each of the last five meetings between the the two clubs.
There have been at least three goals scored in four of the last five games between Hull City and Millwall.