We look ahead to another intriguing weekend of Premier League action by rounding up 10 key stats.
7 – Arsenal are on a seven-game winning streak versus Sam Allardyce’s teams. The battered and bruised Gunners host Sunderland on Saturday.
9 – Players of nine different nationalities have scored for Manchester City this season; more than any other club (Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Ivory Coast, Serbia, Nigeria and Spain).
11 – Jamie Vardy heads to Swansea City looking to tie the all-time English top flight record of scoring in 12 consecutive league games. He set a new Premier League record at home to Manchester United last weekend.
13 – Tottenham Hotspur are on a club record run of 13 Premier League matches unbeaten. They will be looking to extend that run at West Brom this weekend.
14% – Manchester City have won only one of their seven Premier League visits to the Britannia Stadium (D5, L1). However, this was their last trip their (4-1 in February).
17 – Manchester United have won 17 of their 21 Premier League matches versus West Ham at Old Trafford (D2, L2).
43 – Chelsea are undefeated in their last 43 home Premier League games against newly-promoted sides, last losing to newcomers Charlton Athletic in April 2001 ((W37, D6). José Mourinho’s side host Bournemouth in Saturday’s evening kickoff.
99 – Tony Pulis is one loss away from a century of defeats in the Premier League. Only 14 managers have previously recorded as many.