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Competition: England Championship
Competition: Fri 14.February
Match begins: 19:45 (UTC)
Venue: KCOM Stadium (25400 seats)

Hull City and Swansea City have both delivered a "par" performance so far, to use a golfing expression. Both hold mid-table positions in the Championship.

It's no vacation for neither Hull City nor Swansea City as both were in action only a few days ago. Expect some tired legs on the pitch and/or possibly some changes to the lineups.

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Hull City form and stats

Hull City have collected 20 points from their Championship home games so far after 6-2-8. The home stadium (KCOM Stadium) is supposed to be a fortress, but for Hull City it's been a house of straw as the last four games here have all been lost. Can they turn things around?

The fans are hoping that Hull City will strike back in this match, putting things right after the 0-3 away loss in the Championship game against Blackburn Rovers (placed 9th). Before that, Hull City played out a draw 1-1 when visiting Reading.

Hull City's goalkeeper George Long was extremely busy against Blackburn Rovers, saving the team from a uglier defeat with a stunning eight saves.

Hull City has scored 23 league goals at home this season, in 16 matches. Defensively it’s touch-and-go for the home team as 24 goals have been conceded.

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Swansea City form and stats

The visitors are W5-D7-L3 on the road this term. That's in the Championship.

Swansea City delivered a 0-0 draw playing at home against Queens Park Rangers (placed 17th) in their previous match; a Championship game. The game before that, was lost at home, a 2-3 defeat against Derby County.

Swansea City have scored 16 goals on their travels this season, from 15 away games in the league. 18 goals have been conceded by Swansea City in these games.

Head 2 Head

The last H2H meeting was Swansea City - Hull City 2-1, played this season. Head-2-head stats last ten meetings: six - one - three (Hull City wins - draws - Swansea City wins). As for goals, five matches ended with three or more goals (over 2,5), five had two or less.

Top Goalscorers

Swansea CityA. Ayew Pelé
A. Ayew Pelé
10 goals
Hull CityK. Lewis-Potter
K. Lewis-Potter
3 goals
Hull CityT. Eaves
T. Eaves
3 goals

Hull City missing players

Swansea City missing players

Hull City Swansea City
Total Home vs mid Statistics Stat vs mid Away Total
32 16 5 Played P 2 15 32
11 6 4 Won W 0 5 12
7 2 0 Drew D 2 7 11
14 8 1 Lost L 0 3 9
43 23 8 Scored S 2 16 37
47 24 2 Conceded C 2 18 37
100% 100% 100% Over 0.5 O 0.5 50% 80% 84%
81% 75% 60% Over 1.5 O 1.5 50% 67% 66%
62% 62% 40% Over 2.5 O 2.5 50% 40% 47%
28% 38% 0% Over 3.5 O 3.5 50% 27% 22%
6% 12% 0% Over 4.5 O 4.5 0% 7% 9%
53% 50% 20% BTTS BTTS 50% 60% 56%
22% 25% 60% Clean Sheets C S 50% 33% 31%
25% 25% 20% Failed to Score F T 50% 27% 28%
 
4.8 5.4 6 Corners for (avg) C F 3.5 5.1 5.6
5.7 5.2 5 Corners against (avg) C A 7.5 5.5 4.6
1.7 1.6 2.2 Yellow cards (avg) Y C 0.5 1.7 1.4
2 0 0 Red cards R C 0 1 2
 
395 208 50 Total Shots T S 29 167 406
123 65 18 Shots on Target S O 9 50 128
35% 35% 44% Goal Efficiency G E 22% 32% 29%
Key stats in Championship this season:
  • Hull City haven’t played a single 0-0 game.
  • Hull City is in the worst form (0-1-5)

  Total Home Away  
# Team MP W D L F A MP W D L F A MP W D L F A +/- P
1 West Bromwich Albion 32 17 11 4 57 34 15 7 6 2 32 20 17 10 5 2 25 14 23 62
2 Leeds United 32 16 8 8 47 30 15 8 4 3 22 13 17 8 4 5 25 17 17 56
3 Fulham 32 16 8 8 47 33 16 10 2 4 29 18 16 6 6 4 18 15 14 56
4 Brentford 32 16 6 10 53 26 16 9 4 3 29 13 16 7 2 7 24 13 27 54
5 Nottingham Forest 32 15 9 8 43 31 16 8 3 5 20 16 16 7 6 3 23 15 12 54
6 Preston North End 32 15 8 9 47 36 16 10 3 3 32 19 16 5 5 6 15 17 11 53
7 Bristol City 32 15 8 9 48 45 16 7 4 5 24 23 16 8 4 4 24 22 3 53
8 Cardiff City 32 12 13 7 46 43 15 8 6 1 22 12 17 4 7 6 24 31 3 49
9 Blackburn Rovers 32 13 8 11 46 38 17 8 6 3 22 14 15 5 2 8 24 24 8 47
10 Swansea City 32 12 11 9 37 37 17 7 4 6 21 19 15 5 7 3 16 18 0 47
11 Millwall 32 11 13 8 39 38 16 8 5 3 24 17 16 3 8 5 15 21 1 46
12 Sheffield Wednesday 32 12 8 12 41 35 15 6 5 4 14 15 17 6 3 8 27 20 6 44
13 Derby County 32 11 10 11 40 44 16 9 5 2 23 11 16 2 5 9 17 33 -4 43
14 Birmingham City 32 12 7 13 41 48 15 6 3 6 22 22 17 6 4 7 19 26 -7 43
15 Hull City 32 11 7 14 43 47 16 6 2 8 23 24 16 5 5 6 20 23 -4 40
16 Reading 32 10 9 13 38 37 16 6 2 8 21 21 16 4 7 5 17 16 1 39
17 Queens Park Rangers 32 11 6 15 47 56 16 6 4 6 29 28 16 5 2 9 18 28 -9 39
18 Middlesbrough 32 8 13 11 34 42 16 6 7 3 16 15 16 2 6 8 18 27 -8 37
19 Charlton Athletic 32 9 9 14 41 45 16 6 5 5 22 19 16 3 4 9 19 26 -4 36
20 Huddersfield Town 32 9 8 15 37 51 17 5 5 7 18 24 15 4 3 8 19 27 -14 35
21 Stoke City 32 10 4 18 39 49 17 6 3 8 22 23 15 4 1 10 17 26 -10 34
22 Wigan Athletic 32 7 9 16 31 48 16 5 5 6 17 22 16 2 4 10 14 26 -17 30
23 Luton Town 32 8 3 21 38 66 16 6 3 7 24 25 16 2 0 14 14 41 -28 27
24 Barnsley 32 5 10 17 37 58 17 4 7 6 25 31 15 1 3 11 12 27 -21 25

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The English Football League Championship (usually shortened to the Championship) is the second highest division in the English football league system. 24 teams play 46 fixtures from August to May, meeting each other twice. The Championship is the wealthiest second-level division in the world.