10 Premier League stats for the weekend – featuring Sergio Agüero, Wayne Rooney and Newcastle

Segio Aguero Argentina

Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, West Bromwich Albion, Liverpool, Leicester City, QPR, and West Ham feature.

9 – Leicester City have lost nine of their 16 Premier League matches versus Chelsea, winning only three. Only Manchester United (12) and Arsenal (10) have beaten the Foxes on more occasions than the west London side.

10% – Queens Park Rangers have won just four of their last 40 Premier League matches. Harry Redknapp faces his former side Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday.

21 – Newcastle have won 21 of the 40 Premier League matches versus Aston Villa, losing only eight. The Villans have only lost more matches versus Manchester United (31), Liverpool (23) and Arsenal (22).

22 – Daniel Sturridge's goals have earned Liverpool 22 points since the start of last season – more than any other player. The England striker netted Liverpool's winner at home to Southampton last weekend.

28 – Liverpool have scored in 28 of their last 29 Premier League matches. Brendan Rodgers' side scored in both Premier League meetings against Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City last season.

40% - Saido Berahino's brace for West Brom last weekend in their 2-2 draw with Sunderland means the forward now has scored as many as 40% of the goals he did last season when he finished as the Baggies' joint-top scorer with five.

53 – Sergio Agüero has scored 53 goals in 88 Premier League appearances. He has only reached the 90-minute mark in 30 of these games. The Argentine striker netted in a cameo appearance at Newcastle last weekend meaning he has now scored on the opening weekend in three of four seasons since moving to England.

100% – All 10 away teams scored last weekend as the 2014-15 Premier League season got underway. Southampton's 2-1 loss at Liverpool saw them the other visiting team not to take the lead at any point.

174 – Wayne Rooney scored his 174th Premier League goal last weekend, putting him one behind Thierry Henry, who is the third highest scorer in Premier League history.

401 – West Ham's trip to Crystal Palace will be manager's Sam Allardyce's 401st game in the Premier League. His 400th was a 1-0 loss at home to Tottenham last weekend.

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