1 – Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1 Crystal Palace was the Seagulls’ first-ever midweek victory in the Premier League (D3, L3).
1 – None of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino or Sadio Mané were in Liverpool’s starting lineup for the first time this season.
2 – Huddersfield Town have now won just two of their past 19 Premier League games (D6, L11).
2 – Lucas Pérez became the first West Ham United player to score a brace as a substitute in a Premier League game since Paulo Wanchope in April 2000 (against Newcastle United).
3 – Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek has scored three goals in his last three Premier League appearances.
7 – Harry Kane has now scored seven goals in his previous seven Premier League appearances versus Southampton.
7 – Richarlison has scored seven goals in 13 Premier League appearances for Everton, two more than he managed in 38 games for Watford last season (5).
7 – Ryan Fraser has provided seven assists for Bournemouth so far this season – more than any other player in a single Premier League campaign for the Cherries.
7 – Manchester United’s Anthony Martial has scored seven goals in his last seven Premier League starts.
8 – Everton are now unbeaten in their last eight midweek Premier League matches (W4, D4).
9 – Each of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ previous nine Premier League goals at Molineux have been scored in the second half.
10% – Brighton have lost just one of their past 10 Premier League matches at the Amex Stadium (W5, D4).
13 – Jesse Lingard’s equaliser for Manchester United against Arsenal came just 13 seconds after the restart.
15 – Arsenal have not led at half-time in any of their 15 Premier League matches under Unai Emery (D11, L4 at HT).
15 – José Mourinho has only lost one of his 16 Premier League matches versus Arsenal (W7, D8).
18 – Newcastle United are winless in their last 18 midweek Premier League matches (D9, L9).
50 – James Milner has now scored in 50 different Premier League matches as not lost any of them.
58% – Seven of Newcastle United’s 12 goals this season have been headers – the highest ratio in the Premier League.
60% – Aleksandar Mitrović has been directly involved in 60% of Fulham’s 15 Premier League goals this season (7 goals, 2 assists) – the highest ratio for a club of any player in the top flight.
2007 – Aboubakar Kamara became the first French player to score a Premier League goal for Fulham since Philippe Christanval in January 2007.