EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings are on the hunt for their first winning streak in 2018.
Minnesota, which earned a 23-21 win in Philadelphia in Week 5, will now return home to U.S. Bank Stadium for a matchup with Arizona.
Kickoff against the Cardinals is noon (CT) Sunday.
The Vikings are 2-2-1 entering Week 6, and Arizona is 1-4.
The Cardinals got a 28-18 win over the 49ers on Sunday, Arizona's first victory of the season.
Here's a look at 10 numbers of note heading into Sunday's matchup:
100 — The last time the Vikings played the Cardinals, cornerback Xavier Rhodes had a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown. He also recorded his only career multi-interception performance in the same game.
4 — The Vikings have won the four of the past five matchups against the Cardinals, with each victory coming in Minnesota.
5 — Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter leads Minnesota with 5.0 sacks, and he has one sack in each game this season, which is the longest streak of his career.
3 — Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ranks in the top 10 in three different categories — completion percentage (71.2 percent), passing yards (1,688) and touchdown passes (11). Drew Brees, Jared Goff and Matt Ryan are also in that group.
84 — Vikings wide receivers Adam Thielen (47) and Stefon Diggs (37) have 84 combined catches in 2018. They join Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown (35) and JuJu Smith-Schuster (35) as the only wide receiver duo in the league to each rank in the top 10 in receptions.
1 — Vikings safety Harrison Smith's first career interception came in 2012 against Arizona. He returned the pick 31 yards for a touchdown.
37 — Cardinals running back David Johnson has 37 career combined touchdowns (rushing and receiving) with 3,608 total yards in just 38 career games.
29.6 — Minnesota's defense ranks third in the NFL with a third-down percentage of 29.6. The Vikings set an NFL record in 2017 with a percentage of 25.2.
2 — The Vikings have two defensive touchdowns in 2018 [a 64-yard fumble return by defensive tackle Linval Joseph and a 28-yard interception return by cornerback Mike Hughes]. That total is tied for second in the NFL behind three scores by the Bengals.
31 and 32 — The Vikings rank 31st in the NFL in rushing yards per game (65.8), and the Cardinals rank 32nd (64.6). Minnesota is allowing 99.4 rushing yards per game (13th in the NFL), and Arizona is allowing 142.4 per outing (31st in the NFL).