Opta Stats: Crystal Palace v Hull City

Crystal Palace have recovered more points from losing positions than any other team in the Barclays Premier League this season (18). The Hull half-time/Crystal Palace full-time double result is priced at [34.0].

Hull City’s win against Crystal Palace in the reverse fixture ended a run of eight league games without a win against the Eagles (D4 L4). The Tigers are [4.2] to win.

Just one Hull City goal all season has been scored by an English player (Jake Livermore v Spurs in November). Livermore is [8.0] to score again.

Palace have kept just one clean sheet in 13 Premier League games since Alan Pardew took charge. Both teams to score is [2.08].

Hull City have only ever won one of their 14 Premier League games in the month of April (W1 D3 L10). Palace are [2.1] to win.

Mark Clattenburg has awarded eight penalties this season in 22 Premier League games – no referee has given more. The odds of a penalty being taken in the match are [4.5].

Hull City had lost one more game at this stage last season (17 in 32) than they have this season (16 in 32), but they had won three games more (9 v 6). They are [1.9] to be relegated.

The Tigers have won just three points and scored just six goals in the 10 Premier League games that
Nikica Jelavic has missed this season. With Jelavic out, Palace are [2.44] to keep a clean sheet.

If Palace win this game, they’ll already equal their points tally from last season overall (45). They are [3.55] to win half-time/full-time.