Mark Hughes' side triumphed 3-2 over Chelsea at home last time out but the Potters have struggled on their travels, while the Tigers have lost just once in seven at the KC Stadium
Oussama Assaidi's stunning late goal earned a surprise victory over Jose Mourinho's men last time out - a result that extended Stoke's unbeaten Premier League run at the Britannia Stadium to five games.
But their home form is in stark contrast to their away-day troubles. Mark Hughes has seen his side go winless in five on the road, with their sole success on the road this term coming at West Ham back in August.
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"It has given us even greater confidence and now we want to go to Hull at the weekend and replicate those performance levels," the Welshman told Stoke's official website.
However, Stoke will be well aware of the challenge awaiting them at the KC Stadium, where newly-promoted Hull have lost just one of their seven top-flight matches this season.
Steve Bruce's side's only reverse on their own patch came at the hands of Crystal Palace last month, although they bounced back superbly from that setback with a 3-1 win over Liverpool.
Hull's main problem this term has been in front of goal, as only bottom-placed Sunderland, Palace and Cardiff have scored fewer than their total of 13.
Robbie Brady is their top marksman with just three, although Bruce will be hopeful that on-loan Sunderland striker Danny Graham is buoyed by breaking his 30-game scoring drought in Monday’s 1-1 draw at Swansea City.
Hull have no new injury worries ahead of the clash, with Paul McShane and Stephen Quinn (both hamstring) and Sone Aluko (Achilles) their only absentees.
Stoke left-back Erik Pieters is fit after missing the Chelsea win with a groin problem, although Jonathan Walters will miss out through suspension and Charlie Adam is doubtful due to a knock.
Robert Huth, meanwhile, remains sidelined after undergoing knee surgery.