With the focus firmly on the game at Ashton Gate, we take a look at the fixture from a statistical perspective.
Hull City have scored 21 goals in their previous eight games against Birmingham City (W5 D1 L2)
The Tigers have scored the first goal in five of their last seven games against Bristol City, which have resulted in two wins, two draws and three defeats.
Grant McCann’s men have scored two goals or more in each of their last three matches.
The Tigers have found the back of the net in 80% of their away fixtures in the Championship the term, scoring a total of 27 goals away from the KCOM Stadium.
Bristol City are unbeaten in their last five games against the Tigers (W3 D2 L0).
The Robins have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last 11 games (W1 D2 L8), conceding 20 goals in the process.
Bristol City conceded at least one goal in each of their last six games at Ashton Gate.
With 55 points so far this season, Bristol City have picked up ten points less than they did last season after 41 games, and their total in the current season is also seven points lower than it was two seasons ago at the same stage.
There have been 66 meetings between the two sides in all competitions in the past, with the Tigers winning 22, drawing 18 and losing 26.
Both teams have scored in five of the last six meetings between the two clubs.