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Stats Zone: Hull City

The facts and figures ahead of Saturday's trip to Humberside

7 December 2017

The Match in Numbers

3 – Nigel Adkins has lost each of his last three opening matches as a Head Coach, by an aggregate on 10-1

4 – Both teams have scored in just four of the last 14 encounters

7 – One side has scored exactly two goals in each of the last seven meetings between the two sides

9 – The Bees have scored the most goals from outside the area in the Sky Bet Championship

11 – Draws between the two sides

12 – City have conceded more goals in the final ten minutes of games than anyone else in the second tier

17 – Brentford wins over The Tigers

20 – Only Wolverhampton Wanderers have scored more league goals than The Bees since the end of September

28 – Hull wins over The Bees

44 – No fans have seen more league goals than those at the KCOM this campaign: The Tigers have the best home goal-scoring record (25) and second worse home defensive record (19)

45 – Ollie Watkins has created the most goal-scoring chances of any Championship player

1998 – Goals from Lloyd Owusu, Warren Aspinall, and Andy Scott gave us our last win on the road against City

The First Meeting

30 September 1933, Division Two - Brentford 2 Hull City 2

Brentford: Clough, Astley, Hodge, McKenzie, Bain, Burns, Hopkins, Robson, Scott, Holliday, Fletcher

Holliday and Fletcher on target as Bees claim a point at Griffin Park

The Last Meeting

26 April 2016, Sky Bet Championship - Hull City 2 Brentford 0

Brentford: Button, Bidwell (O'Connell), Barbet, Dean, McCormack, McCormack, Woods, Swift (Gogia), Canos (Saunders), Clarke, Djuricin

First-half goals secure the points for the hosts and it could have been worse but for David Button's penalty save. 


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