10 Interesting Stats from Premier League Matchday 37

3 – Manchester City’s 3-2 win at Everton was only the Citizens’ third win in their 17 visits to Goodison Park during the Premier League era. Manuel Pellegrini’s side were able to win despite Sergio Agüero and Yaya Touré coming off injured.

4 – Younes Kaboul’s sending off against West Ham saw the French defender become Tottenham’s record holder for receiving the most red cards in the Premier League era (4).

7 – Manchester United have now lost 7 games at home in the Premier League this season following Sunderland’s 1-0 win at Old Trafford. The Red Devils look set to finish the season in seventh position.

13 – Fulham were consigned to relegation following a 3-1 loss at Stoke City, ending a run of 13 successive seasons in the Premier League for the Cottagers. Fulham’s relegation comes following Mohamed Al-Fayed’s sale of the club to Shahid Khan in the summer. The new owner has used three managers this season.

23 – Sunderland ended a 23-game winless streak against Manchester United thanks to Sebastian Larsson’s first-half winner against Ryan Giggs’ side. The Black Cats’ victory relegated both Cardiff City and Fulham.

28 – Cardiff’s 3-0 loss at Newcastle on Saturday saw the Welsh capital side become the 28th team relegated from the Premier League in their first season following promotion. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær has won just 3 of his 17 games in charge of the Bluebirds.

52 – Sergio Agüero’s equaliser for Manchester City against Everton was his 52nd goal in the Premier League. The Argentine has now scored as many goals as former Aston Villa striker Darius Vassell. Although in significantly fewer games.

76 – Arsenal’s win against West Brom guaranteed their highest points tally since 2007-08. Arsène Wenger’s side were guaranteed a top four finish before Sunday following Everton’s home loss to Manchester City the previous day.

81 – The Premier League leaders Liverpool have 81 points from 37 games – less than La Liga leaders Atlético Madrid (88 points from 36 games), Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich (87 points from 33 games), Serie A leaders Juventus (96 points from 36 games) and Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain (83 points from 35 games) – more evidence that the Premier League is the strongest league in Europe.

99 – Liverpool’s 3 goals at Selhurst Park on bank holiday Monday took Brendan Rodgers’ side to 99 goals on the season with 1 game to play.