3 – Arsenal have lost three matches from winning positions this season.
3 – Southampton scored as many goals at Bournemouth on Sunday as they had in their previous seven Premier League matches combined.
4 – Chelsea have gone on to win the Premier League title each season they have been top at Christmas.
4 – Liverpool have won four Merseyside derbies in the 90th minute or later during the Premier League era.
6 – David Moyes has won his past six Premier League home matches versus Italian managers (3 vs Roberto Mancini, 1 vs Carlo Ancelotti, 1 vs Claudio Ranieri, 1 vs Walter Mazzarri).
7 – Manchester City beat Arsenal for only the seventh time in the Premier League (D9, L23).
14 – West Brom have kept only one clean sheet in their last 14 Premier League games.
14 – Burnley have never won a Premier League game in London (D2, L12).
17 – Arsenal are the only team yet trail at half-time (W9, D8).
20 – Chelsea have used the fewest players in the Premier League so far this season.
20 – Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge has had more shots than any other striker that is yet to score in 2016-17.
25 – Liverpool have picked up the fewest yellow cards so far this season.
29 – Liverpool scored a stoppage time winner for the 29th time in Premier League history – more than any other club.
42 – Manchester United have picked up more yellow cards than any other club in 2016-17.
43% – Liverpool have now won 21 of the 49 Premier League Merseyside derbies (D21, L9).
82% – Antonio Conte is the first manager to win 14 of his opening 17 Premier League games.
86% – Six of the past seven teams to top the Premier League at Christmas have gone on to lift the trophy. Chelsea head into Christmas six points clear at the top.
88% – Mark Noble has scored 15 of his 17 penalties in his Premier League career.
500 – Chelsea became the third team to win 500 Premier League games, behind Arsenal (512) and Manchester United (593).
506′ – Hull City have gone 506 minutes since their last Premier League goal away from home. It came in their 6-1 thrashing at Bournemouth back in October.