With the focus firmly on today’s clash at the KCOM Stadium, we take a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
Hull City have won each of their past two home league matches against Wigan Athletic – most recently a 2-1 success over the Latics in April 2019.
The Tigers have scored in each of their last six games against Wigan Athletic, although their ten goals have yielded just two wins (D1 L3).
Jarrod Bowen (14) and Kamil Grosicki (13) have successfully completed 27 dribbles between them this season.
Five of the Tigers’ league goals this season have come in the opening 45 minutes of games.
Jackson Irvine has made more accurate passes (175) than any other player in Grant McCann’s squad.
Wigan have not lost consecutive league meetings with Hull City since September 1991.
The Latics have scored just one goal in their last six games in all competitions, despite having 61 shots on goal in those games.
Since the start of last season, Wigan Athletic have won just two of their 28 away games in all competitions (W2 D5 L21).
Wigan have conceded first in six of their last nine games in all competitions.
Lee Evans has made more accurate passes (149) than any other player in Paul Cook’s squad.
There have been 25 meetings between the two sides in all competitions, with the Tigers winning seven, drawing seven and losing 11.