With the focus on today’s clash with Mark Warburton’s side, we take a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
Hull City are unbeaten in their last 11 home league matches against QPR (W4 D7) since losing 2-1 back in February 1970.
The Tigers have lost just three of their previous 20 games at the KCOM Stadium (W11 D6 L3), although two of those have come in the current campaign.
Hull City have scored first in each of their last five games against QPR (W3 D1 L1).
The Tigers are yet to behind at the break in any of their 11 Championship fixtures so far in 2019/20.
Jarrod Bowen has been involved in 17 goals in his last 18 league appearances at the KCOM Stadium (15 goals & 2 assists).
Queens Park Rangers
QPR have picked up only one win in their last 11 league meetings with Hull City (W1 D5 L5), winning 2-1 at Loftus Road in August 2017.
QPR have won five of their last seven league games (W5 L2) – having won just four of their previous 26 Championship games (W4 D6 L16).
The R’s are without a clean sheet in their last 17 fixtures in all competitions, since registering a 4-0 win over Swansea City in April 2019.
Mark Warburton’s side have scored 18 league goals so far this season – with 13 of those coming in the second half.
Nahki Wells has scored six goals in nine Championship games for QPR this season – only one fewer than he scored in 40 league games for the Hoops last season.
Meetings in all competitions between the two sides, with the Tigers winning 18, drawing 17 and losing 16.
There have been more than 2.5 goals scored in each of the last five meetings between the two sides.
Both teams have scored in six of the last seven games involving the two clubs.