The Tigers are three points clear of Peterborough United in second, although it is worth noting that they could be knocked off their perch if Sunderland win their two games in hand.
And if there has been one key to Hull’s success this term, it has been consistency.
Grant McCann’s men have taken 37 points away from home this term, and have taken 39 at the KCOM Stadium.
Both of those tallies are second best in the division, and their home record of 12 wins, three draws, and five losses is bettered only by Peterborough United.
But how does that form compare to their home record over the past decade?
Bankrate.com have run the number on every League One side to see who has built up the strongest home fortress over the past 10 years.
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