3 – Burnley became the first team this season to make all three of their substitutions before half-time. Sean Dyche was forced into the trio of changes due to injuries in their 3-3 draw at Newcastle.
5 – Wayne Routledge was responsible for Swansea City’s fifth red card of the season, the most in the Premier League.
7 – Queens Park Rangers are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League matches at Loftus Road.
11 – Stoke City have conceded more goals from set pieces (including penalties) than any other side so far this season.
32% – Manchester United have collected only 12 of their 37 points on the road this season (W2, D6, L2) following their 1-1 draw at Stoke City.
33 – The 33 goals scored on this New Year’s Day fixtures is the most on this day in Premier League history.
33 -Everton have conceded 33 goals this season after only allowing 39 goals in 2013-14.
78 – Antolín Alcaraz’s red card was Everton’s 78th in the competition, surpassing Arsenal as the sole leader for most in this category since the English top flight was rebranded in 1992.
96 – Aston Villa recorded their 96th Premier League 0-0 draw this weekend, 17 more than any other side in the history of the competition.
100 – Steven Gerrard’s second penalty for Liverpool in their 2-2 draw with Leicester City was the 100th the Merseyside club have converted in the Premier League, more than any other side. The Liverpool captain took his personal tally to 31, behind only Alan Shearer (56) and Frank Lampard (43).