1 – Everton secured a victory for the first time in their last 11 Premier League games in London (D3, L7).
1 – Cardiff City are the only side in Premier League history to have never won a midweek match (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) – D3, L8.
2 – Huddersfield Town became only the second team to be relegated in March and relegated with six games to play (along with Derby County in 2007-08).
2+ – Fulham have conceded at least twice in their past 13 Premier League games.
3 – Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady has now scored three own goals this season.
5 – Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha has won more penalties than any other player in the Premier League this season.
6 – Six of the eight Premier League points Chelsea have won from losing positions this season have come against Cardiff City.
8 – Tottenham Hotspur have won their last eight Premier League fixtures against Crystal Palace.
9 – Crystal Palace have scored nine penalty goals in the Premier League this season, more than any other side.
16 – Manchester United have had more goalscorers than any other Premier League team so far this season.
28 – Newcastle United have now lost 28 Premier League matches versus Arsenal (W10, D10).
46 – Watford have already picked up more points this season than they have in any other Premier League campaign.
50% – Eden Hazard has been involved in 16 of Chelsea’s 32 Premier League goals at Stamford Bridge this season (9 goals, 7 assists).
54% – Huddersfield Town have failed to score in 38 of their 70 Premier League games.
74% – 20 of Alexandre Lacazette’s 27 Premier League goals have come at the Emirates.
80% – Manchester City have won eight of their last 10 Premier League trips to London (D1, L1).
90% – Manchester United have won nine of the 10 Premier League games when Marcus Rashford has scored this season.
91% – Bournemouth have lost 10 of their last 11 away Premier League games (W1).
91% – Fulham have lost 10 of the 11 Premier League games in which Ryan Babel has started (W1).
100 – Mike Dean has now handed out 100 red cards in the Premier League – the most by a referee in the competition’s history.