0 – Liverpool were the only team to avoid defeat at home this season.
0 – Burnley and Crystal Palace were the only teams not to be reduced to 10 men in any game this season.
0 – There were no cards shown in the Merseyside derby in April.
1 – Chelsea became the first team to win a Premier League game at Wembley Stadium.
1 – Huddersfield Town spent more days top of the Premier League than third-place finishing Tottenham Hotspur.
1 – Henrikh Mkhitaryan became the first player to score for and against Manchester United in the same Premier League season.
1 – By denying Romelu Lukaku from the spot in September 2017, Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel has now saved more Premier League penalties at Old Trafford than his father, Peter (0).
2 – Tottenham Hotspur have finished above Arsenal in back-to-back seasons for the first time in the Premier League era.
2 – West Bromwich Albion’s win at Old Trafford in April was only the second time Manchester United have lost at home to the bottom of the table club (after Blackburn Rovers in December 2011).
2 – Leicester City’s Wilfried Ndidi was the only player sent off more than once this season.
3 – In November 2017, Arsenal made in three consecutive Premier League victories over Burnley with a goal in the 90th minute or later.
3 – Burnley became the first visiting team to score three goals at Stamford Bridge in a Premier League game.
3 – In October 2017, Watford became the first team to score a result-altering last-minute goal in three successive matches.
3 – Mark Hughes became only the second manager to lose three Premier League games against one opponent (Chelsea) in the same season (after Graeme Souness vs Arsenal in 2004-05).
3 – This was just the third season in which all three promoted sides avoided relegation (also 2001-02 and 2011-12).
4 – The last three occasions that West Ham United have conceded four goals in the second half of a Premier League game have all been against Arsenal.
4 – Brighton & Hove Albion’s Lewis Dunk equaled the record for four own goals in a single season (with Martin Škrtel).
4 – Frank de Boer’s reign as Crystal Palace manager was the shortest in terms of matches managed in the Premier League by a permanent appointment.
4 – In March 2018, Mohamed Salah scored with all four of his efforts on goal versus Watford.
4 – Joe Willock became the fourth player who was born after Arsène Wenger‘s first match in charge to make a Premier League appearance for Arsenal (after Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Reiss Nelson & Eddie Nketiah).
4 – Charlie Austin has scored in all four of his Premier League games against Arsenal in his career.
5 – Manchester City won the title with five games remaining, equalling the Premier League record set by Manchester United in 2000-01.
5 – Leicester City received the most red cards.
5 – Paul Lambert is unbeaten in all five games as a manager at Anfield (W2, D3).
6 – Olivier Giroud scored six goals as a substitute this season – more than any other player.
6 – Jamie Vardy became the first player to score against all of the ‘big six’ clubs in a single season.
7 – Tottenham Hotspur have won more Premier League away games at Stoke City than any other team.
7 – Burnley won seven away games this season – two more than in their three previous Premier League campaigns combined (5).
7 – Crystal Palace became the first team to lose all seven of their opening fixtures.
7 – Sam Allardyce took charge of a Premier League record 7th club (Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham United, Sunderland, Crystal Palace & Everton).
7 – Luka Milivojević scored seven penalties for Crystal Palace this season – more than any of the other 19 Premier League teams scored.
7 – West Bromwich Albion’s Salomón Rondón tied a Premier League record of scoring in seven different games but not winning any (D3, L4). Jordan Ayew set the record in 2015-16.
8 – Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah became the eighth different player to score 30+ goals in a single Premier League campaign (after Andrew Cole, Alan Shearer, Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robin van Persie & Luis Suárez).
9 – Tottenham Hotspur 5-4 Leicester City was the highest-scoring game at the new Wembley Stadium.
9 – Jamie Vardy scored in nine different games in which he lost this season – a Premier League record.
9 – Crystal Palace lost all nine matches in which Wilfried Zaha didn’t play.
10 – Paul Pogba has won all 10 Premier League games in which he has scored.
11 – West Bromwich Albion’s Darren Moore won more points in his six games in charge this season (11) than both Alan Pardew (8 in 18) and Tony Pulis (10 in 12) did for the Baggies.
11 – Christian Eriksen’s strike after 11 seconds is the quickest goal Manchester United have ever conceded in the Premier League.
11 – Wayne Rooney has now missed a joint-Premier League high 11 penalties in his career (with Alan Shearer).
11 – Southampton’s Oriol Romeu received the most yellow cards.
13 – Harry Kane has still not scored a single Premier League goal in the month of August.
15 – Jermain Defoe has now scored 15 Premier League goals in the 90th minute or later – more than any other player in the competition’s history.
16 – Manchester City set a record for most away wins in a single season.
17 – Mohamed Salah scored against 17 different clubs this season.
18 – Manchester City set a Premier League record of 18 consecutive wins.
18 – 18 of Burnley’s Premier League games were 0-0 at half-time – a league high.
18 – Raheem Sterling scored 18 goals in the Premier League this season – twice as many as his previous best campaign.
18 – David de Gea won the Premier League Golden Glove award for most clean sheets.
18 – Georginio Wijnaldum has now scored a record 18 home Premier League goals without scoring away from home.
19 – Manchester City won the Premier League title by a record margin.
19 – Manchester City and Manchester United beat all 19 opponents at least once this season.
19 – Stoke City go down winless in their last 19 Premier League visits to London (D7, L12).
19 – Olivier Giroud has now scored 19 goals as a substitute – only Jermain Defoe has scored more from the bench (24).
21 – Manchester United won all 21 games in which they took the lead in this season.
21 – Bournemouth picked up a divisional-high 21 points from losing positions.
21 – Huddersfield Town failed to score in 21 of their 38 Premier League matches.
21 – In March 2018, Petr Čech ended a run of 21 penalties faced without saving a single one when he denied Watford’s Troy Deeney from the spot.
22 – Arsène Wenger has now completed the most seasons as a manager.
26 – Tottenham Hotspur recorded their first Premier League win at Stamford Bridge in their 26th attempt (D9, L16) in April.
28 – Burnley won more points in away games this season than their three Premier League seasons combined.
31 – Kevin De Bruyne became the first player to be on the winning side in as many as 31 Premier League games in a single season.
32 – Manchester City set a record for most wins in a single season.
32 – Gabriel Jesus went unbeaten in his first 32 Premier League matches – only Jens Lehmann (47), Arjen Robben and Didier Drogba (both 37) have had longer unbeaten starts to their Premier League careers.
32 – Mohamed Salah set a record for most goals in a 38-game Premier League season.
33 – Turf Moor witnessed the fewest goals this season.
37 – Sixth place finishing Arsenal finished closer to the bottom of the table (32pts) than they did to the top (37pts).
41 – Stoke City striker Saido Berahino has failed to score in his last 41 Premier League games.
44 – Sadio Mané became the top scoring Senegalese player in Premier League history.
44 – Jamie Vardy was caught offside on the most occasions.
46 – Arsène Wenger has beaten more opponents in the Premier League than any other manager.
48 – Arsène Wenger has now won at more Premier League stadiums than any other manager.
50 – Mesut Özil became the quickest player to record 50 Premier League career assists (141 games).
51 – Chelsea have now won at more Premier League stadiums than any other team.
51 – Arsenal conceded more goals this season than in any other Premier League campaign.
60+ – Bournemouth have conceded more than 60 goals in each of their three Premier League campaigns.
68 – No team conceded more goals than 13th place West Ham United (level with Stoke City).
69 – Crystal Palace’s Luka Milivojević committed the most fouls.
72 – Kevin De Bruyne attempted more shots from outside the box than any other player.
73 – West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United collected the most yellow cards this season.
+79 – Manchester City set the record for best goal difference in a single season.
83% – Manchester City recorded a season-high 83% possession in their 5-0 mauling of Swansea City in April.
95 – Watford’s Richarlison won the most free kicks.
97 – There were just 97 seconds between Paul Pogba’s first and second goals in the Manchester derby in April.
100 – Manchester City set a new record for a single season points tally.
100% – Manchester City have won all six of their Premier League matches versus Swansea City.
105 – Arsenal have now scored 105 goals against Everton in Premier League history – more than any team has against a single opponent.
106 – Manchester City set a new single season record for most goals scored.
108 – Chelsea were caught offside more times than any other team.
123 – Gareth Barry extended his record in collecting 123 yellow cards during his career.
142 – Stoke City’s Jack Butland made the most saves.
151 – Peter Crouch has now made a Premier League record 151 appearances as a substitute.
153′ – Manchester City were behind for just 153 minutes in the Premier League this season.
184 – Harry Kane attempted 40 more shots than any other player.
200 – Sam Allardyce became only the second manager to lose as many as 200 games in their Premier League career (after Harry Redknapp (238)).
201 – Petr Čech has now kept a Premier League high 201 clean sheets in his career.
460 – Everton committed the most fouls.
640′ – Crystal Palace started the season without scoring a single goal in their opening 640 minutes.
653 – Gareth Barry has now made the most appearances in Premier League history.
828 – Arsène Wenger has overseen more Premier League games as a manager than any other in the competition’s history.
930 – Danny Ings scored his first Premier League goal for 930 days during the season.
1000 – Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur all played their 1,000th Premier League game.
4869 – Wayne Rooney’s first Premier League goal this season was his first in the Premier League for Everton in 4,869 days.
83222 – Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Arsenal on 10 February 2018 at Wembley Stadium saw a new Premier League record attendance.