Sam Allardyce takes his West Ham United team to the KC Stadium on Saturday looking to extend their unbeaten away run.
The Hammers have earned a share of the spoils in both of their away games so far with goalless draws against Newcastle and Southampton.
Here whufc.com continues the countdown to Saturday's match by looking back at six memorable wins over Hull City.
West Ham United 2-1 Hull City
28 April 2012
This win on the final day of the 2011/12 season wasn't enough to secure an automatic promotion spot as the Hammers had to settle for a Play-Off place.
Carlton Cole nodded home the first after 35 minutes and doubled the lead moments after half-time when he lobbed the advancing Vito Mannone in goal.
Corry Evans scored a consolation after a poor header by Guy Demel let him in but West Ham held on for the win.
Sam Allardyce's team defeated Cardiff over two legs and then beat Blackpool in the Play-Off final at Wembley to secure a swift return to the Premier League.
Hull City 0-2 West Ham United
5 November 2011
West Ham made it five wins from seven away matches when they beat Hull on their own patch to keep pace at the top of the Championship.
After a goalless first-half Sam Allardyce introduced Carlton Cole for John Carew and soon after Sam Baldock profited from a Cole knockdown to open the scoring.
Cole then slid through the pass which Jack Collison latched onto and placed beyond Peter Gulacsi to seal the three points.
West Ham United 3-0 Hull City
20 February 2010
West Ham climbed to 13th in the table after this win over relegation threatened Hull City.
Gianfraco Zola's side got off to a flyer when Valon Behrami put them ahead in the third minute.
Carlton Cole added a second before Julien Faubert rounded things off with a spectacular 25-yard strike.
The Hammers would go on to finish just five points and two places above relegated Hull.
West Ham United 2-0 Hull City
28 January 2009
The Hammers extended their unbeaten run to seven games with a convincing home win over the Tigers.
Hull had lost six straight games coming into this match and could have been on the end of a more emphatic defeat at the Boleyn Ground with the Hammers having struck the woodwork four times.
Mark Noble missed a penalty before David Di Michele put the home side in front just before half-time.
Carlton Cole turned in a second five minutes after the interval to score his fifth goal in as many matches as the Hammers sauntered to victory.
West Ham United 7-1 Hull City
6 October 1990
West Ham went goal crazy as the Tigers left the Boleyn Ground with their tails between their legs after this league encounter.
Jimmy Quinn and Julian Dicks netted twice each, including one from the penalty spot for Dicks.
Steve Potts, George Parris and Trevor Morley also got in on the act as the Hammers produced an amazing display to destroy their visitors.
West Ham ended the season in second place, securing a place in the newly formed Premier League the following year whilst the Tigers finished bottom of the table.
Hull City 0-1 West Ham United
13 September 1954
West Ham travelled to Hull having only played their home fixture against the same opposition a week earlier.
On that day the match ended 1-1 but on the road the Hammers enjoyed more success.
A goal from defender John Bond was enough to give his team the points.
West Ham went onto finish eighth in the second division whilst Hull narrowly avoided relegation in 19th place.