10 Premier League stats for the weekend – featuring Arsenal, Manchester United and Sterling

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Newcastle United, Liverpool, Manchester United and Everton feature.

1 – Everton have won only 1 of their last 15 Premier League Merseyside derbies. The Toffees have not won at Anfield this millennium, losing seven and drawing seven.

2 – West Bromwich Albion have won only two of their last 16 Premier League matches at The Hawthorns. These were both 1-0 wins – against Newcastle United on New Year’s Day and West Ham United in their penultimate home game of last season. The Baggies play host to Burnley in the weekend’s only Premier League game on Sunday.

3 – Sunderland have won only three of their last 15 Premier League matches at the Stadium of Light, drawing five and losing seven. Gus Poyet’s side are at home to Swansea City this weekend.

5 – Manchester United are without all five of their players who have played centre-back in the Premier League this season for the visit of West Ham on Saturday. Phil Jones, Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling are all injured. Tyler Blackett is suspended and Michael Keane is now on loan at Burnley.

6 – Newcastle have taken just six points from a possible 39 in their last 13 Premier League matches. They are winless this season and prop up the Premier League table heading into matchday five, with three draws and two defeats.

8 – Newcastle have failed to score in eight of their last 10 Premier League away matches. Alan Pardew’s side travel to Stoke City for Monday night football. They were thrashed 4-0 at Southampton in their last away game, a fortnight ago.

9 – Raheem Sterling has been involved in nine goals (6 goals, 3 assists) in his last 10 Premier League appearances. Attention will be on the in-form winger in the build up to Saturday lunchtime’s Merseyside derby.

20 – Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 20 Premier League matches at the Emirates Stadium, winning 14 and drawing 6. Arsene Wenger’s side host rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the first North London derby of the season on Saturday.

175 – Wayne Rooney is on 175 Premier League games, joint-third with Thierry Henry on the all-time top scorers list. The England international will move into third position alone with his next Premier League goal. Manchester United host West Ham this weekend.

436 – Burnley have gone 436 minutes without a goal in the Premier League since Scott Arfield’s opener against Chelsea in their first game of the season. Sean Dyche’s side have managed to draw their last three games 0-0.

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