Tradition dictates that the Tigers are in for a taming courtesy of Brendan Rodgers' in-form Reds.
Liverpool compete against Hull City on Saturday, November 30 looking to bank another win that will keep them on pace in their challenge of the Premier League title and, according to the facts and statistics below, they have a good chance of doing so…
- Hull City have never beaten Liverpool despite 16 attempts in all competitions… the best result they have mustered is a draw, managed on four occasions, against a dozen Liverpool triumphs
- Hull's worst Premier League defeat was against Liverpool, when they were de-clawed and mauled by a 6-1 scoreline with goals from Fernando Torres (hat-trick), Ryan Babel (brace) and Steven Gerrard
- Hull are experiencing poor form and have collected just three points, from one win, in their last five league matches…
- Liverpool, conversely, are on a hot-streak as they have collected 19 points from five wins, four draws against just one loss in their last ten league games
- Brendan Rodgers has overseen good away form, with just one defeat from their last ten trips on the road side
- There are fewer forwards worth backing to score more so than SAS. Luis Suarez has ten from his last eight, while Sturridge has 15 in 17 - #goalthreat
Collectively, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge are responsible for 18 of Liverpool's 24 Premier League goals… the chances are high that at least one of them will get on the score-sheet tomorrow but, the question would be, how many times?
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