Hull City v Arsenal
Barclays Premier League
Kingston Communications Stadium
Kick off: April 20, 2014 2:05 PM BST
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Head to Head
Premier League (EPL) 4 Dec 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Hull City 0
Premier League (EPL) 13 Mar 2010 Hull City 1 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 19 Dec 2009 Arsenal FC 3 – Hull City 0
FA Cup (FA) 17 Mar 2009 Arsenal FC 2 – Hull City 1
Premier League (EPL) 17 Jan 2009 Hull City 1 – Arsenal FC 3
13 Apr 2014 Hull City 5 – Sheffield United 3 FA
5 Apr 2014 Hull City 1 – Swansea City 0 EPL
29 Mar 2014 Stoke City 1 – Hull City 0 EPL
26 Mar 2014 West Ham 2 – Hull City 1 EPL
22 Mar 2014 Hull City 2 – West Bromwich Albion 0 EPL
15 Apr 2014 Arsenal FC 3 – West Ham 1 EPL
12 Apr 2014 Wigan Athletic 1 – Arsenal FC 1 FA (Pens: 2-4)
6 Apr 2014 Everton 3 – Arsenal FC 0 EPL
29 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 1 – Manchester City 1 EPL
25 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Swansea City 2 EPL
Struggling: Hull City have lost nine of their last 10 games against Arsenal in all competitions (W1).
On fire: Nicklas Bendtner has scored in three of his four Barclays Premier League appearances against Hull City.
Leaky: Arsenal have conceded 15 goals in their last five Premier League away games.
Goal drought: The Gunners have scored a total of one goal in their last four Premier League away games.
Slow starters: All of Hull’s league goals since February have come between the 30th and 50th minutes.
Solid: The Tigers have conceded only five first half goals in their last 13 Premier League outings.
Sniper: All but one of Tom Huddlestone’s 11 Premier League goals (eight for Tottenham, three for Hull) have come from outside the box (nine from open play, one direct free-kick).
Apprentice: All 22 Premier League appearances Alex Bruce has made (16 for Hull this season, six for Birmingham in 2005-06) have come in teams where his father is the manager.
The difference?: Arsenal’s Premier League win percentage with Mesut Ozil in the team (59%) is virtually the same as when he has been absent (58%) this season.
Quarter-century: Oliver Giroud’s goal against West Ham in midweek was his 25th in the Premier League. Only seven of them have come away from home.
Hull City 0 – 2 Arsenal COYG!! What are your predictions Gooners? Comment below.. Note: Stats from Opta