1 – Sunderland’s win at Everton means that Queens Park Rangers are the only side not to have won back-to-back Premier League games this season.
3 – Swansea City became only the third team in Premier League history to win home and away against Arsenal and Manchester United in the same season (after West Ham United in 2006-07 and Chelsea in 2009-10).
5 – Arsène Wenger named the same side for five successive Premier League games for the first time in his career.
9 – Newcastle United ended their eight-game losing streak in a 1-1 draw at home to West Brom. The Magpies head into the final two games of the season only two points above the drop zone on a run of nine games without a win.
15 – David Ospina has not conceded a single goal in the first half of any of his 15 Premier League games.
19 – At 19-years of age, Ruben Loftus-Cheek became the first teenager to start a Premier League game for Chelsea. Prior to this weekend, he had made one stoppage-time substitute appearance earlier this season. The only other teenager to appear for Chelsea in the league this season was Kurt Zouma in the 1-1 draw versus Manchester United back in October, also in stoppage time. It was the day before Zouma’s 20th birthday.
25 – Sergio Agüero’s hat-trick versus Queens Park Rangers has taken him to 25 goals this season – more than any other Manchester City player has managed in a single Premier League season.
39 – John Terry became the Premier League’s highest-ever goalscoring defender when he headed in his 39th goal, opening the scoring versus Liverpool on Sunday.
46 – Danny Graham scored only his second goal in his last 46 Premier League appearances.
631′ – Danny Ings ended Burnley’s run of 631 minutes without a goal in the Premier League. On only five occasions have sides gone longer without a goal.