10 interesting stats heading into Premier League gameweek 36

Manchester City, Newcastle United, Liverpool, West Brom, Arsenal, Everton, Manchester United and Chelsea feature.

5 – Manchester City have now gone 5 games without keeping a clean sheet in the Premier League following the bank holiday weekend 3-1 win over West Brom. Manuel Pellegrini's side travel to Crystal Palace on Sunday who are the league's joint-lowest scorers on 28 goals.

5 – Newcastle head into the weekend on the longest current losing streak in the league. The Magpies have lost their last five including last weekend's 2-1 loss at home to Swansea. It doesn't get any easier for Alan Pardew's side this weekend as they travel to Arsenal on Monday Night Football.

11 – Liverpool are on a streak club record 11 consecutive Premier League wins, only 1 behind Manchester United's run during the 1999-2000 season and 3 behind Arsenal's record 14 set in 2001-02 (and the first game of the following season). Brendan Rodgers' side are expected to face a weakened Chelsea team this weekend before finishing the season with Crystal Palace and Newcastle in which they can both tie Arsenal's record and win the Premier League.

14 – Chelsea playmaker Oscar has gone 14 Premier League games without setting up a goal since their 3-0 win at Southampton on New Year's Day. That marked back-to-back games with an assist for their Brazilian – his only two so far this season.

15 – West Brom have drawn the most games in the Premier League this season. Pepe Mel's side host West Ham this weekend who have recorded the most 0-0's (six).

17 – Aaron Ramsey has been involved in 17 goals in his 21 appearances this season (9 goals, 8 assists). Last weekend the Welsh midfielder made his first Premier League start since 2013 and both scored and created a goal in Arsenal's 3-0 win at Hull.

20 – Last weekend Everton set a club record 20 Premier League wins by beating Manchester United 2-0 at Goodison Park, also extending their record points tally to 69. Roberto Martínez's side kick off this weekend's action at Southampton in the Saturday lunch time game.

44 – Manchester United have taken 44 points from 17 games against current bottom half sides (14W 2D 1L). The Red Devils host 17th place Norwich City this weekend.

51 – Liverpool have effected a 51-point swing on Manchester United from last season. The Reds finished 28 points behind the champions back in May and are now 23 points ahead of their rivals as they close in on the Premier League title.

70 – Following their defeat at Everton last weekend, Manchester United will finish with fewer than 70 points for the first time in the Premier League. David Moyes was sacked on Tuesday so Ryan Giggs takes charge of the team who host Norwich City on TV on Saturday evening.

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