10 Premier League stats for the weekend – featuring Chelsea, Manchester United and Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis Interview - 23/02/2014

We round up the most interesting stats ahead of the weekend's Premier League action, including an interesting Tony Pulis fact.

2 – Roberto Martínez has won only two points in 12 Premier League matches versus Manchester City as a manager (W0, D2, L10).

2 – West Brom manager Tony Pulis has beaten José Mourinho's Chelsea twice in the Premier League during his career. No many has beaten the Special One three times in the English top flight.

3Manchester United have had only three shots on target in their opening two Premier League matches this season before they welcome Newcastle to Old Trafford for Saturday's lunchtime kickoff. Striker Wayne Rooney is yet to test a goalkeeper this season.

5 – Liverpool versus Arsenal has seen more hat-tricks than any other fixture in Premier League history.

7 – Newcastle United are on a seven-game losing streak in away matches – defeat this weekend would see a new club record in the Premier League era.

8 – Manchester City are on an eight-match winning streak in the league – they would set a club record in the Premier League era with victory at Everton this weekend.

8 – Southampton are without a clean sheet in their last eight Premier League matches.

12 – West Ham's summer signing Darren Randolph conceded 12 goals in two matches versus Bournemouth last season, whilst playing for Birmingham City. The Republic of Ireland international is set to face the Cherries again this weekend with Adrián suspended.

18 – Chelsea have allowed more shots on target in the opening two rounds of this season than any other side. José Mourinho's side travel to West Brom on Sunday with both sides looking to register their first win of the season.

89% – Gabby Agbonlahor has scored against 32 of the 36 different sides he has faced in the Premier League but is still yet to register versus this weekend's opponents, Crystal Palace.

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