20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 25 ft. Tottenham Hotspur & Sam Clucas

2 – Swansea City’s 3-1 win over Arsenal means they have won consecutive Premier League games for the first time this season.

3 – Tottenham Hotspur have won three consecutive home Premier League games versus Manchester United for the first time.

3 – Tottenham Hotspur have benefited from more own goals than any other side this season.

3 – All three of Sam Clucas’ Premier League goals for Swansea have come against Arsenal.

6 – All six of Watford’s Premier League managers have failed to win their first game in charge in the competition (D4, L2).

7:29 – Marouane Fellaini was on the field for just 7 minutes and 29 seconds after coming on as a substitute, before being subbed off again during Manchester United’s 2-0 loss at Tottenham Hotspur.

8 – Newcastle United are winless in their last eight Premier League games at St James’ Park (D3, L5).

11 – Mark Noble became the 11th player to score 20+ penalties in the Premier League.

12 – Southampton are now winless in their last 12 Premier League games (D7, L5).

12 – Sergio Agüero has been involved in 12 goals in 11 Premier League games appearances against West Bromwich Albion (8 goals, 4 assists).

13 – Manchester City have won each of their last 13 Premier League matches versus West Brom.

15 – Arsenal have dropped 15 points from winning positions so far this season in the Premier League – only Watford have dropped more in the competition (16).

19 – Manchester City’s David Silva set a Premier League record for winning 19 consecutive matches that he has appeared in.

25 – Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has been involved in 25 Premier League goals this season – the most of any player in the competition (19 goals, 6 assists).

37% – 25 of Christian Benteke’s 68 Premier League goals have been headers.

54 – Liverpool’s 3-0 win at Huddersfield Town on Tuesday was the 58th stadiums in which the Reds have played in the Premier League – they’ve won at more than any other side in the competition (54).

71% – West Ham United have now drawn five of their seven Premier League London derbies this season (W1, L1).

200 – West Ham 1-1 Crystal Palace was the Hammers’ 200th Premier League derby (W62, D45, L93).

417 – Watford’s Gerard Deulofeu made his first Premier League appearance in 417 days.

458 – Tottenham Hotspur ended Paul Pogba’s 36-game unbeaten run in the Premier League which lasted 458 days.

Liverpool have won at 54 of 58 Premier League stadiums [full list]

Liverpool’s 3-0 win at Huddersfield Town this evening means that the Merseyside club extended their record to winning at 54 different Premier League grounds.

The Reds have now played at all 58 different stadiums to have hosted a Premier League game.

Here is a full list of the 54 stadiums Liverpool have won a Premier League game at:

# Stadium Opposition First Win
1 Anfield Sheffield United 19/08/92
2 Loftus Road Queens Park Rangers 23/11/92
3 Highbury Arsenal 31/01/93
4 Ayresome Park Middlesbrough 13/03/93
5 County Ground Swindon Town 22/08/93
6 Portman Road Ipswich Town 01/01/94
7 Boundary Park Oldham Athletic 15/01/94
8 Upton Park West Ham United 23/04/94
9 Selhurst Park Crystal Palace 20/08/94
10 The Dell Southampton 31/08/94
11 Filbert Street Leicester City 26/12/94
12 Elland Road Leeds United 31/12/94
13 Hillsborough Sheffield Wednesday 25/02/95
14 Carrow Road Norwich City 29/04/95
15 White Hart Lane Tottenham Hotspur 26/08/95
16 Burnden Park Bolton Wanderers 09/12/95
17 Villa Park Aston Villa 31/01/96
18 Ewood Park Blackburn Rovers 24/02/96
19 Highfield Road Coventry City 04/09/96
20 Baseball Ground Derby County 01/02/97
21 Roker Park Sunderland 13/04/97
22 St James’ Park Newcastle United 28/12/97
23 Oakwell Barnsley 28/03/98
24 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 26/12/98
25 Stadium of Light Sunderland 20/11/99
26 Vicarage Road Watford 15/01/00
27 Pride Park Derby County 18/03/00
28 Old Trafford Manchester United 17/12/00
29 Goodison Park Everton 16/04/01
30 Valley Parade Bradford City 01/05/01
31 The Valley Charlton Athletic 19/05/01
32 Craven Cottage Fulham 02/03/02
33 Reebok Stadium Bolton Wanderers 14/09/02
34 Maine Road Manchester City 28/09/02
35 St Mary’s Southampton 18/01/03
36 The Hawthorns West Bromwich Albion 26/04/03
37 Stamford Bridge Chelsea 07/01/04
38 St Andtew’s Birmingham City 08/05/04
39 Fratton Park Portsmouth 20/04/05
40 City of Manchester Stadium Manchester City 26/11/05
41 JJB Stadium Wigan Athletic 11/02/06
42 Madejski Stadium Reading 07/04/07
43 KC Stadium Hull City 25/04/09
44 Turf Moor Burnley 24/04/10
45 Molineux Wolverhampton Wanderers 22/01/01
46 Emirates Stadium Arsenal 20/08/11
47 Britannia Stadium Stoke City 12/01/14
48 Cardiff City Stadium Cardiff City 22/03/14
49 King Power Stadium Leicester City 02/12/14
50 Liberty Stadium Swansea City 16/03/15
51 Dean Court Bournemouth 17/04/16
52 London Stadium West Ham United 14/05/17
53 Falmer Stadium Brighton & Hove Albion 02/12/17
54 John Smith’s Stadium Huddersfield Town 30/01/18

The four stadiums that Liverpool have played at in the Premier League but failed to win are:

City Ground (Nottingham Forest)
Bramall Lane (Sheffield United)
Bloomfield Road (Blackpool)
Wembley Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur)

20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 24 ft. Man City & Raheem Sterling

3 – Jürgen Klopp has lost three Premier League games against Swansea City – more than he has against any other opponent in the competition.

4 – Raheem Sterling has won more penalties this season than any other player in the Premier League this season.

9 – Southampton have now lost nine points from winning positions at St Mary’s this season – more than any other side on home soil.

10 – Watford matches have seen 10 goals scored in the 90th minute or later this season (5 for, 5 against).

10 – Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne and Leroy Sané have each provided 10 assists in the Premier League this season – a joint-high.

11 – Southampton are winless in their last 11 Premier League games (D5, L6).

11 – Roy Hodgson is winless in all 11 of his Premier League away London derbies as a manager (D3, L8).

11 – Paul Lambert earned his first win as a Premier League manager in 11 games as Stoke City beat Huddersfield Town 2-0 in his first game in charge on Saturday.

14 – David de Gea has kept more clean sheets than any other goalkeeper in Europe’s big five leagues this season.

19 – Arsenal are now unbeaten in their last 19 Premier League home 3pm Saturday kick offs (W17, D2).

42 – All 42 of Javier Hernández’s Premier League goals have come from inside the penalty area.

50 – Willian made his 50th consecutive Premier League appearance – the longest current streak of any player in the competition.

56 – Everton’s Oumar Niasse scored after only 56 seconds since coming off the bench – the fastest goal scored by a substitute in the Premier League this season.

64 – There were just 64 seconds between the two goals in West Ham 1-1 Bournemouth.

69% – Brighton& Hove Albion have failed to scored in nine of their last 13 Premier League games.

71% – Watford have trailed in 17 of their 24 Premier League matches this season.

200 – Sergio Agüero became the seventh player to reach 200 Premier League appearances for Manchester City (also Richard Dunne, Joe Hart, David Silva, Vincent Kompany, Pablo Zabaleta and Yaya Touré).

251′ – Jonjoe Kenny ended Everton’s run of 251 minutes in the Premier League without a shot on target during their 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion.

269 – Theo Walcott’s debut for Everton was his first Premier League start since 26 April 2017 – 269 days ago.

500 – Alexandre Lacazette’s strike in Arsenal’s 4-1 thrashing of Crystal Palace on Saturday was the 500th scored by a French player for Arsenal in the Premier League era – 358 more than any other side in the competition.

Alexandre Lacazette Scores Arsenal’s 500th French Premier League Goal [Full list]

Alexandre Lacazette scored Arsenal’s fourth goal in their 4-1 thrashing of Crystal Palace on Saturday.

The goal gave the Gunners a 4-0 lead after only 22 minutes, with fellow countryman Laurent Koscielny also on the scoresheet.

Since his arrival in during the 1996-97 Premier League season, Arsène Wenger has been a keen admirer of French players.  Lacazette became the 32nd fellow countryman the manager brought to North London during his reign, when he signed the striker this past summer.

Before Wenger had even arrived at Arsenal it is believed that both French midfielders Patrick Vieira and Rémi Garde were purchased under the incoming manager’s influence before he was officially appointed on 1 October 1996.  Patrick Vieira became the first Frenchman to score for Arsenal in the Premier League during their 2-2 draw at home to Derby County on 7 December 1996.

Vieira captained Arsenal to Premier League successes whilst Anelka was important during their 1997-98 double, and later Thierry Henry would join the club and go on to become a club and league legend, as well as record goalscorer.

The below table highlights all 500 Premier League goals scored for Arsenal by French players:

Player Goals
Thierry Henry 175
Olivier Giroud 73
Robert Pirès 62
Sylvain Wiltord 31
Patrick Vieira 28
Nicolas Anelka 23
Laurent Koscielny 18
Sami Nasri 18
Abou Diaby 14
William Gallas 12
Mathieu Flamini 10
Alexandre Lacazette 9
Emmanue Petit 9
Bacary Sagna 4
Gilles Grimandi 4
Pascal Cygan 3
Mikaël Silvestre 3
Jérémie Aliadière 1
Gaël Clichy 1
Mathieu Debuchy 1
Sébastien Squillaci 1

20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 23 ft. Bournemouth & Harry Kane

3 – Arsenal have lost their last three Premier League games in which Alexis Sánchez has not played (0-1 at Stoke City, 1-2 at Watford and 1-2 at Bournemouth).

4 – Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Everton was Spurs’ biggest win versus the Merseyside club in the Premier League era.

4 – Everton failed to record a single shot on target for the fourth time this season – the joint worst record in the Premier League this season (also Swansea City).

4 – All four of West Brom’s under Alan Pardew at The Hawthorns have come from set-pieces (3 corners, 1 penalty).

7 – Newcastle United have failed to win any of their last seven Premier League games at St James’ Park (D2, L5).

9 – Arsenal have dropped nine points from winning positions in their last five Premier League matches alone.

10 – Watford’s Daryl Janmaat made more open play crosses than any other player this weekend.

13 – Arsenal have taken just 13 points from their 12 Premier League away games so far this season (W3, D4, L5).

16 – Brighton & Hove Albion have conceded the most goals from set pieces so far this season (16).

20 – Harry Kane has become only the third player to score 20 or more goals in four consecutive Premier League campaigns (after Alan Shearer (4) and Thierry Henry (5)).

25 – Watford have conceded 25 goals at Vicarage Road this season – the most of any side at home so far this season.

25 – Antonio Conte has won 25 of his first 30 Premier League home games as manager – level with José Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti as the most wins in their first 30 home matches in charge.

50 – Crystal Palace have now won 50 home Premier League games (D40, L78).

50 – Stoke City have conceded the most goals in the Premier League so far this season – eight more than any other side.

69% – 11 of the 16 goals Huddersfield Town have conceded at the John Smith’s Stadium this season have been versus London clubs.

90% – Manchester United have now won nine of their 10 Premier League games versus Stoke City at Old Trafford (D1).

98 – Harry Kane became Tottenham’s all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League (overtaking Teddy Sheringham (97)).

283 – There were only 283 seconds between Callum Wilson and Jordan Ibe’s goals for Bournemouth in their 2-1 win over Arsenal on Sunday.

996 – Stephen Ireland made his first Premier League start for 996 days in Stoke City’s 3-0 loss at Manchester United on Monday night.

1000 – Southampton conceded their 1,000th goal in the Premier League – becoming the seventh team in history to do so.