Ahead of Liverpool's Barclays Premier League clash with Hull City this evening, brush up on all of the pertinent facts and figures relating to the match-up and the two sides' recent form.

There have been seven meetings in the Premier League era, with Liverpool winning three, Hull one and three draws. Those clashes have produced a total of 21 goals.

Earlier this season the teams drew 0-0 at Anfield. It was the Reds' first goalless draw in 49 league games, since the Anfield Merseyside derby in May 2013.

Liverpool's last victory on this ground came in April 2009 when they won 3-1, with Dirk Kuyt - twice - and Xabi Alonso finding the net. Only Martin Skrtel and Lucas Leiva of those currently at the club played that day.

Only one Reds player has scored a league hat-trick against Hull - Fernando Torres grabbed a treble in 6-1 home win in September 2009.

Ian Callaghan scored three for the club against today's opposition in a 3-1 League Cup replay win at Anfield in December 1973.

Adam Lallana scored his first league goal on this day seven years ago in Southampton's 1-1 draw at West Bromwich Albion.

In all competitions the Reds have kept six clean sheets in their last nine games in league and cup. Brendan Rodgers' team have kept eight clean sheets away from home in the league this season - more than any other side.

At home this season Hull have won four out of 15 league games, beating Crystal Palace, Everton and Aston Villa (all by a 2-0 scoreline) and Queens Park Rangers (2-1).

Nikica Jelavic is the Tigers' leading scorer this season with eight goals, all in the league. He has missed the last four games through injury.

Dame N'Doye has scored five goals in his eight league starts since joining the club from Lokomotiv Moscow in January.

Ahmed Elmohamady has started all 33 top-flight games for Hull this season. Since missing a Championship game in January 2013, he has appeared in the Tigers' last 89 league matches.

Manager Steve Bruce has recorded five wins as a manager in 24 meetings with the Reds in all competitions - three with Birmingham City and one each with Sunderland and Hull.