20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 14 ft. Arsenal & Troy Deeney

1 – West Brom’s Gary Megson avoided defeat as a manager versus Rafa Benítez for the first time (W0, D1, L6).

3 – Troy Deeney has scored a penalty at Vicarage Rad against Manchester United for three consecutive seasons.

4 – Burnley have won four away games this season – their highest tally in a single Premier League campaign.

4 – Swansea City have failed to muster a single shot on target for a fourth time in 14 Premier League games this season.

5 – David Moyes has lost all five of his Premier League matches against former side Everton as a manager with an aggregate score of 0-12.

8 – Chelsea have scored eight headed goals in the Premier League this season – the most in the division.

10 – West Bromwich Albion have lost a league-high 10 points from winning positions in the Premier League so far this season.

12 – Manchester City are now on a 12-game winning run in the Premier League – only two teams have gone on a longer winning run within a single Premier League season (Chelsea – 13 in 2016-17 and Arsenal – 13 in 2001-02).

12 – Arsenal have won their last 12 Premier League games at the Emirates Stadium.

13 – Wayne Rooney has now scored 13 Premier League goals against West Ham in his career.

16 – Olivier Giroud has now scored 16 goals as a substitute in the Premier League – only Jermain Defoe (23), Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Kanu (17 each ) have more.

25 – West Brom have failed to win a single Premier League game on a Tuesday night in 25 attempts.

44% – 11 of the 25 Premier League goals Troy Deeney has scored have come from the penalty spot.

74 – César Azpilicueta had played 90 minutes in Chelsea’s previous 74 games before being left out of the team in Wednesday’s 1-0 win at home to Swansea City.

89% – Manchester United have won eight of their nine Premier League meetings with Watford (D0, L1).

238 – There were only 3 minutes and 58 seconds between Arsenal’s second and fourth goals versus Huddersfield on Wednesday night.

428′ – Swansea City have not scored in any of their last four Premier League games, dating back to October.

826′ – Crystal Palace have gone nine consecutive Premier League away games without scoring.

1998 – West Brom’s Sam Field became only the second player born in 1998 to score in the Premier League (after Everton’s Tom Davies).

2272 – Wayne Rooney’s hat-trick versus West Ham came 2,272 days since his last one in the Premier League (10 September 2011) – the longest gap between two hat-tricks by a player in the competition’s history.

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