0 – Sunderland remain the only side without an away win in the 2013-14 Premier League season so far. The Black Cats were held 0-0 at Aston Villa on Saturday, ending a five game losing streak on the road. Sunderland have however gone five away games since they last scored now.
3 – Liverpool have conceded 3 goals in back-to-back Premier League games for the first time this millennium. The last time the Reds were so leaky was in February 1998 when they lost 3-2 at home to Southampton and followed that up with a 3-3 draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Valentine’s Day.
7 – Southampton have conceded 7 goals in their past four Premier League matches after starting the season with conceding only 3 goals in their first nine games.
10 – Manchester United’s 2-2 draw at Tottenham on Sunday means the Red Devils have now gone 10 Premier League away games without keeping a clean sheet, conceding 20 goals during that run.
12 – Chelsea have had 12 different goalscorers in the Premier League this season – more than any other side. Gary Cahill and Demba Ba scored their first goals of the season during a 3-1 victory over Southampton on Sunday.
13 – Jay Rodriguez became the third player already this season to score after just 13 seconds after the England striker netted Southampton’s opener early against Chelsea. Stoke City’s Asmir Begović and Manchester City’s Jesus Navas have already scored in such quick time this season.
29 – Manchester City have scored an incredible 29 goals in their 7 home matches this season – that is more than any other side have scored in their 13 games (home and away combined) this season. Manuel Pellegrini’s Manchester City have scored more goals at home than Manchester City did throughout the entire 1993-94 (24), 1995-06 (21), 2000-01 (20), 2004-05 (24), 2005-06 (26), 2006-07 (10) and 2007-08 (28) seasons. The Citizens scored 55 goals at the Etihad during their title-winning 2011-12 campaign.
59% – Wayne Rooney has been involved in 59% (8 goals, 5 assists) of Manchester United’s goals this season. The Manchester United striker netted both goals during their 2-2 draw at Tottenham on Sunday.
164 – Wayne Rooney’s brace against Tottenham moved the Manchester United striker up to fifth on the all-time Premier League top scorers chart, moving ahead of Robbie Fowler. Frank Lampard (168) is the next highest-scoring player above Rooney.
400 – John Terry made his 400th Premier League appearance during Chelsea’s 3-1 win over Southampton on Sunday. The former England captain scored his 34th Premier League goal during the victory – only David Unsworth (38) has scored more goals from defence since 1992. Only 26 players have made more appearances than John Terry in the history of the Premier League.