An out of sorts Stoke City entertain 17th placed Hull City on Saturday.
Stoke have lost their last four league games and were beaten at home by Liverpool last weekend.
Jonathan Walters gave Stoke a first half advantage, however second half goals from Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino turned the game around.
Hull City were beaten away at Manchester City and remain in danger at the wrong end of the table.
Their home form under Marco Silva has been immense, however they have struggled on the road.
Premier League form: Stoke City W0 D1 L4; Hull City W3 D0 L2
Premier League top scorers
Stoke City – Joe Allen 6 goals
Hull City – Robert Snodgrass 7 goals (Now at West Ham)
Xherdan Shaqiri scored two superb goals as Stoke eased to a 2-0 success at the KC Stadium.
Stoke won the last meeting between the two in the Premier League at the Britannia, edging home 1-0 back in 2015.
Last five Premier League meetings
Hull City 0 Stoke City 2 – 22/10/16
Stoke City 1 Hull City 0 – 28/02/15
Hull City 1 Stoke City 1 – 24/08/14
Stoke City 1 Hull City 0 – 29/03/14
Hull City 0 Stoke City 0 – 14/12/13
Jack Butland is nearing in on a return for the hosts, however expect Lee Grant to continue in goal.
Charlie Adam is unlikely to feature and Joe Allen remains a doubt as well, meaning Geoff Cameron is likely to feature.
Tom Huddlestone is available again following suspension and will return into a five man midfield.
Oumar Niasse is likely to drop out of the starting XI here for Abel Hernandez.
Expected starting XI’s
Stoke City (4-2-3-1): Grant; Johnson, Shawcross, Martins Indi, Pieters; Whelan, Cameron; Shaqiri, Arnautovic, Walters; Berahino
Hull City (4-5-1): Jakupovic; Elmohamady, Ranocchia, Dawson, Robertson; Markovic, N’Diaye, Huddlestone, Clucas, Grosicki; Hernandez
Result: Stoke City (Evens with Betfair)
Correct Score: 2-1 (17/2 with Bet 365)
Anytime Goalscorer: Sadio Berhaino (15/8 with Bet 365)