0.65 – Luis Suárez’s 60 Premier League goals in 93 matches is bettered only by Thierry Henry (0.68) and Gary Bull (1 goal in 1 game) in terms of goals per game ratio in Premier League history.
3 – Chelsea have been 0-0 at half-time in each of their last three Premier League away games. The first ended in a stalemate at Arsenal, before they beat Southampton 3-0 in the second half and then Hull City 2-0 this weekend.
6 – Jack Butland has conceded 6 goals in 135 minutes of Premier League football this season. After conceding a late equaliser to Everton in a second half substitute appearances, the England hopeful was left to pick the ball out of the back of his own net on 5 occasions in defeat to Liverpool on Sunday.
7 – The top 7 teams in the Premier League all won this weekend. These results mean there was no change at the top with Arsenal continuing to lead the league heading into matchday 22.
7 – Swansea City are now winless in 7 Premier League matches following their 2-0 loss to Manchester United. The Swans have picked up 3 points during this run, leaving them only 3 points above the relegation zone.
19% – Ole Gunnar Solskjær suffered defeat in his first Premier League game in charge of Cardiff City. Overall, Norwegian managers to take charge in the Premier League (Egil Olsen and Solskjær) have combined for a 19% win record – the lowest win rate for any nationality.
87% – Nacho Monreal has won 20 of the 23 Premier League matches he has played for Arsenal. The Spanish full-back has been brought on in the final 20 minutes of 10 of those matches though to take the gloss off somewhat.
99 – José Mourinho guided his Chelsea side to victory at Hull City, leaving the Portuguese manager on 99 Premier League victories from 141 matches. His opposing manager on Saturday, Steve Bruce started the day on the same number of wins, remaining 2 short of a century.
150 – Petr Čech kept his 150th Premier League clean sheet in his 313th Premier League game on Saturday as Chelsea won 2-0 at Hull. Only David James (169) has kept more clean sheets than the Czech Republic number one.
200 – Fernando Torres became the fourth Spaniard to make 200 Premier League appearances. The three Spaniards with more Premier League appearances than the Chelsea striker are after Pepe Reina (285), Mikel Arteta (252) and Cesc Fàbregas (212).