10 Premier League stats for the weekend – featuring Chelsea & Pardew

Alan Pardew

We look ahead to another intriguing weekend of Premier League action by rounding up 10 key stats.

2 – Alan Pardew is one of only two managers to have beaten José Mourinho on as many as two occasions in Premier League history. The Crystal Palace manager has the opportunity to delay Chelsea's title celebrations and hand the Special One his third defeat head-to-head this weekend.

2 – After opening the scoring in each of their first 20 matches in all competitions in 2015, Chelsea have not scored first in each of their last two games.

4 – John Terry could tie Roy Keane's Premier League record by captaining Chelsea to their fourth Premier League title this weekend.

9 – Sergio Agüero has netted nine goals in his six Premier League appearances versus Tottenham Hotspur.

12 – West Brom have scored from a league-high 12 corners this season.

50 – Stoke City could set a new club record for most points in a single Premier League season with a victory this weekend. Their opponents, Swansea City, set their personal best last weekend when they reached 50.

56 – Mario Balotelli still only has one goal in the Premier League for Liverpool in 940 minutes, after attempting 56 shots.

71% – Manchester United have won 12 of their 17 Premier League matches versus this weekend's opponents West Brom.

88% – Manchester City have won seven of their last eight Premier League matches versus Tottenham Hotspur, scoring 27 goals during this run.

200 – This weekend will see the 200th league meeting between Aston Villa and Everton – more than any other fixture.

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