10 Interesting Stats from Premier League Matchday 32

1 – Aston Villa are the only visiting team to win at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League this season. Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Manchester City on Saturday means Arsène Wenger’s side are now undefeated in their last 15 home league games.

5 – Everton have won 5 consecutive games for the first time since 2002. Roberto Martínez’s side are fifth in the league, 4 points behind Arsenal with a game in hand. The Toffees only went on such a streak once during David Moyes’ 11 years at Goodison Park, winning six in a row.

15 – José Mourinho suffered his 15th Premier League defeat in his 152nd match on Sunday as Chelsea went down 1-0 at Tony Pulis’ Crystal Palace. 80% of these defeats have been against British managers.

20 – There have been 20 changes at the top of the Premier League this season. The latest change sees Liverpool sit at the peak following their 4-0 thrashing of Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

24 – Chelsea have conceded 24 goals in 32 games this season. The most the Blues conceded in any of the three previous seasons under José Mourinho was also 24 (in 2006-07).

27 – Tottenham Hotspur have conceded 27 goals in their 8 matches versus the top 4 teams this season, scoring just twice and picking up just 1 point.

29 – Luis Suárez set a Premier League record for scoring 29 goals in a single 38-game Premier League season without scoring a penalty. No player has ever scored as many in a 20-team Premier League without scoring from the spot.

31 – Manchester United recorded their 31st Premier League victory over Aston Villa in the 22 seasons since the league rebranded in 1992. The Red Devils have taken 103 points off the Villans, beating them more times and taking more points from them than they have against any other side in the Premier League.

40′ – Tottenham Hotspur have conceded 14 goals in the 559 minutes Younes Kaboul has been on the pitch this season, averaging a goal against every 40 minutes. Spurs average a goal against every 77 minutes without Kaboul on the pitch.

560′ – Manchester City went over 9 hours without conceding a Premier League goal before Mathieu Flamini equalised for Arsenal on Saturday. The much-maligned Martin Demichelis had played everyone of those minutes.