10 Interesting Stats from Premier League Matchday 24

1 – Arsenal have conceded just 1 goal in their last 8 Premier League matches at the Emirates Stadium after beating Crystal Palace 2-0 on Sunday. Everton’s Gerard Deulofeu scored that sole goal.

3 – Following their 1-1 draw at West Brom on Sunday, Liverpool have now won only 3 of their 7 Premier League matches since being top of the Premier League on Christmas Day, now 8 points behind leaders Arsenal.

5 – Arsenal have failed to score a goal in the first half in each of their last 5 Premier League matches at the Emirates Stadium since Nicklas Bendtner’s opener versus Hull City on 4 December.

6 – Sunderland’s Adam Johnson has scored 6 goals in 4 Premier League matches from the right wing since Theo Walcott’s knee injury. The Black Cats winger scored in their 3-0 victory over Newcastle on Saturday as he hopes to impress Roy Hodgson between now and the World Cup.

7 – Craig Bellamy became the first player to score for 7 different clubs in the Premier League when he netted for Cardiff City on Saturday. The former Wales international had previously scored in the Premier League for Coventry City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool, West Ham United and Manchester City.

10 – Chelsea have taken 10 points from their four matches versus the other teams currently in the top four this season, beating Manchester City twice, winning 2-1 at home to Liverpool and drawing 0-0 at Arsenal.

15 – Arsenal are 15 points ahead of defending champions Manchester United with 14 games left of the 2013-14 season.

38 – Liverpool have scored 38 goals in the first half of Premier League matches this season which is one more goal than their city rivals Everton have scored in total through 24 matches. Manchester City are the next highest-scoring team in the first half this season with 30 goals.

61 – Manchester City’s streak of 61 Premier League matches with a goal at the Etihad Stadium came to an end on Monday night as Chelsea turned up and produced a 1-0 victory. Prior to the Blues, it was Alex McLeish’s Birmingham City on 13 November 2010 with Ben Foster in goal that shut out the Citizens on their own patch.

93% – Lukas Podolski has been substituted in 26 of his 28 Premier League starts for Arsenal.