10 interesting stats heading into Premier League Matchday 25

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Hull City, Sunderland, Manchester City, Liverpool, Fulham, Southampton and Crystal Palace feature.

1 – Hull City's 1-1 draw at home to Tottenham last weekend was their first point of 2014 – the fewest in the Premier League. Steve Bruce's side travel to Sunderland on Saturday in a clash between two sides who are 2 points above the relegation zone.

2 – Sunderland are the only team who head into this weekend on consecutive victories. The Black Cats have won their last 2 Premier League matches – no other team has picked up 6 points over their last two games.

3 – Manchester City attempted just 3 shots on target in their 1-0 home loss to Chelsea on Monday night. Manuel Pellegrini's side have averaged 6.5 shots on target per game this season and will fancy their chances of increasing that number with their trip to Norwich City this weekend.

6 – Sunderland’s Adam Johnson has scored 6 goals in his last4 Premier League matches, all since Arsenal's Theo Walcott picked up a knee injury that has ruled him out for the remainder of the season. The Black Cats right winger will be hoping to impress England manager Roy Hodgson between now and the World Cup.

7 – Liverpool have failed to win any of the 7 Premier League matches in which Luis Suárez has failed to score. The Reds have won 11 of the 12 games in which their Uruguayan forward has scored.

10 – Arsenal have led just once at half-time in their last 10 Premier League matches. That sole game was a 2-0 lead at Aston Villa. The Gunners have gone on to win 6 of these 10 matches. Their opponents this weekend, Liverpool have led at half-time in 16 of their 24 Premier League matches so far this season.

31 – Fulham have used a league-high 31 players in the Premier League this season. Lewis Holtby and William Kvist made their debuts last weekend. Other deadline day signings Konstantinos Mitroglou, John Heitinga, Larnell Cole and Ryan Tunnicliffe could make their debuts this weekend away to Manchester United.

38 – Liverpool have scored the most goals in the first half of matches this season, 8 more than the next highest-scoring first half team, Manchester City. Their opponents this weekend, Arsenal have conceded the fewest goals (7) in the first half of games this season.

71% – 24 of Southampton's 34 Premier League goals this season have been scored by Englishmen.

83% – 19 of Crystal Palace's 23 points this season have come against current bottom half sides. Tony Pulis' side host West Bromwich Albion this weekend who are winless in their three matches under new head coach Pepe Mel.

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