With the focus firmly on the clash at The Hawthorns, we take a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
Hull City’s last win at The Hawthorns cane in October 2008 when goals from Kamil Zayatte, Geovanni and Marlon King secured a 3-0 victory in the Premier League.
Grant McCann’s side have scored five goals in their last two games, having scored just twice in five games beforehand.
Mallik Wilks has scored four goals in just 10 league starts for the Tigers, averaging a goal every 195 minutes.
Only Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall (211) and Reading’s Michael Morrison (204) have made more clearances than Jordy de Wijs (201) in Championship fixtures this season.
West Bromwich Albion
The Baggies have scored three goals in three of their last four home games against the Tigers.
Albion are unbeaten in their last five games at The Hawthorns against the Tigers (W4, D1, L0).
Only West Brom (24) have won more points from losing positions in the Championship this term than QPR (19).
A 3-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday last time out was the Baggies’ first win in five games, with points dropped against Wigan, Swansea and Birmingham before a narrow defeat at Brentford.
There have been 59 meetings between the two sides in all competitions in the past, with the Tigers winning 19, drawing 16 and losing 23.
Less than 2.5 goals have been scored in five or the last seven fixtures involving both clubs.