Arsenal take on Hull tomorrow afternoon at the KCOM Stadium in the Premier League.
So, courtesy of OPTA stats, here are 11 things you should know about both sides before kick-off:
1. Since beating Arsenal in their opening Premier League meeting with them in September 2008, Hull have lost six of the last seven meetings with the Gunners (D1).
2. Arsenal have won five of their previous six visits to Hull in the league, losing only once to them in April 1915.
3. The two sides have also played each other four times in the FA Cup in the last three seasons – Hull have won none of these games, including the 2014 FA Cup Final (D1).
4. Alexis Sanchez has scored four times and assisted two goals in four previous games against the Tigers in all competitions.
5. Should Arsenal defeat Hull, they will have won the most games at the KCOM Stadium as an away side in all competitions (currently five – level with Burnley).
6. Hull’s last three Premier League matches have seen a goal scored in the 90th minute or later – the last two of which have changed the outcome of the game.
7. Santi Cazorla has scored two goals and assisted two more in his four Premier League appearances so far in 2016/17.
8. Cazorla’s last seven Premier League goals have been from the penalty spot – one more will create a new record in the division for the most (currently tied with Danny Murphy, Jan Molby and Mikel Arteta).
9. The Gunners are looking to win three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since December 2015.
10. Arsene Wenger’s side are unbeaten in their last 25 Premier League games against newly-promoted sides (W21 D4), since a 1-2 defeat at QPR in March 2012.
11. This is Hull’s best start to a Premier League campaign after four games – they also had seven points in 2008/09, but had a negative goal difference.