• 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).
  • Arsenal have won five of their previous six visits to Hull in the league, losing only once to them in April 1915.
  • 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).
  • Alexis Sanchez has scored four times and assisted two goals in four previous games against the Tigers in all competitions.
  • 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).
  • Hull City'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.
  • Santi Cazorla has scored two goals and assisted two more in his four Premier League appearances so far in 2016-17.
  • 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).
  • The Gunners are looking to win three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since December 2015.
  • 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.
  • 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.