We look ahead to another intriguing weekend of Premier League action by rounding up 10 key stats.
5 – Newcastle United have picked up five red cards in their last five Premier League encounters versus Liverpool. Liverpool have had a player sent off in each of their last two league fixtures so we could be in for feisty encounter on Monday night at Anfield.
7 – Arsenal are on a seven-game winning streak as they head up to Burnley this weekend. No side has recorded eight in a row this season.
13 – Hull City have failed to score in 13 of their last 23 Premier League games. Fortunately for Steve Bruce's side, opposition goalkeeper this week, Fraser Forster is injured. The England international currently leads the Premier League with 13 clean sheets.
18 – Chelsea have taken the lead in all 18 of their matches in all competitions in 2015. José Mourinho's side have gone on to win only nine of those in 90 minutes.
51 – White Hart Lane has seen more goals than any other Premier League ground this season. That trend is expected to continue on Saturday as Tottenham play host to an Aston Villa side who drew 3-3 at Villa Park midweek.
63 – Arsenal have the same number of points after 31 games this season as they did last. They drew game number 32 last season.
96 – Wayne Rooney has scored 96 Premier League goals at Old Trafford, one fewer than Alan Shearer scored at St James' Park, both trailing Thierry Henry's record 114 at Highbury; the most scored at a single ground in Premier League history.
551 – Sergio Agüero is without a goal in 551 minutes in all competitions for Manchester City, heading into this weekend's big derby.