We look ahead to another intriguing weekend of Premier League action by rounding up 10 key stats.
1 – The only time Crystal Palace have beaten Chelsea in their last 12 Premier League matches came courtesy of an own goal from John Terry - their winning goalscorer from 2014 is suspended for this weekend's London derby.
3 – Liverpool's new left-back Joe Gomez has received a yellow card in all three of his Premier League games to start the season – two short of tying James Perch's Premier League record. The teenager only picked up two yellow cards in 21 Championship games for Charlton Athletic last season.
4 – Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez is top scorer after three rounds this season. The Algerian has four goals going into this weekend's trip to Bournemouth.
7 – Only Sunderland (8) have conceded more goals than defending champions Chelsea before this weekend's games.
7 – Arsenal have won the last seven games in a row versus Newcastle.
8 – Olivier Giroud has scored eight goals in six Premier League appearances versus Newcastle.
9 – Manchester City head into their home match with Watford this weekend as the only team to have collected maximum points after three games this season.
9 – Manchester City are on a club record run of consecutive wins in the Premier League.
20% – Of the 30 Premier League matches to start off the 2015-16 Premier League season, there have only been six home wins so far. They have been recorded by six different teams, all currently occupying the top six places in the Premier League.
100 – Chelsea versus Crystal Palace this weekend will be Jose Mourinho's 100th Premier League game in charge at Stamford Bridge. The Special One has won 76 of his previous 99 home matches, losing only once.