10 Premier League stats for the weekend, featuring Chelsea and Tim Sherwood

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There's an exciting set of Premier League fixtures in prospect and we round up 10 key statistics ahead of the action

0 – Manchester City are on a run of four consecutive Premier League clean sheets against Newcastle United whom they host this weekend.

6 – Everton have failed to score in six of their last nine Premier League matches, winning only once during this run (D3, L5).

11 – Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has scored 11 goals in his last 10 Premier League matches. He was given only 24 minutes in Thursday's Europa League draw with Fiorentina ahead of this weekend's London derby.

12 – Swansea City have dropped the most points from winning positions this season. They entertain Manchester United on Saturday.

13% – West Ham have won only one of their last eight Premier League matches after sitting fourth on Christmas Day (D4, L3).

15 – Crystal Palace and Tottenham have recovered the joint-most points from losing positions in the Premier League this season. The Eagles host Arsenal on Saturday whilst Spurs are at home to West Ham the following day.

17 – Manchester United have not conceded more than one goal in any of their last 17 Premier League games. Their opponents this weekend, Swansea City, have only netted nine goals in their last 11 league games and have not scored more than once in any of these matches.

36% – The clash at Villa Park this weekend sees the two sides with the lowest shooting accuracy squaring off - only Aston Villa (36.0%) are worse in front of goal than Stoke City (36.6%) so far this season.

59% – Tim Sherwood won a club high 59% of his Premier League matches in charge of Tottenham Hotspur (13 of 22). His first game in charge of Aston Villa is at home to Stoke City on Saturday.

80% – Chelsea have kept 16 clean sheets in their last 20 Premier League matches at Stamford Bridge, conceding only six goals during this run.

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