Date: 1st February 2017 at 12:55pm
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Tonight Manchester United will be looking to take the three points on offer, in the Premier League, when they welcome Hull City to Old Trafford.

As the fixture looms large, we`ve dug deep into the history and form books and come up with an array of facts and figures.

? Tonight will be the fourth meeting, in all competitions, between the sides inside 23 days.

? The last meeting between the two sides, in the EFL Cup semi-final second leg, saw Hull City beat Manchester United for the first time since November 1974.

? In the 9 Premier League meetings between the two sides, Hull City have managed to accumulate just 1 point.

? Manchester United are on an unbeaten run of 13 Premier League games, it is their longest run since they went 18 games under the stewardship of Sir Alex Ferguson back in March 2013.

? In just 11 Premier League games this season, Manchester United have accumulated 77 attempts on target, as many as they achieved last season in the final year of Louis van Gaal`s tenure.

? Wednesday fixtures suit Manchester United, they`ve won 63 games on a Wednesday, a figure no other Premier League side can match.

? Hull arrive at Old Trafford having won only 2 of their last 20 Premier League games.

? In 11 Premier League games, Hull have scored just 2 goals.

? Hull have conceded 10 penalties this season already, just 1 short of the all-time Premier League record.