0.5 – West Brom have scored only seven goals in their last 14 Premier League matches.
2 – Arsenal scored with both of their shots on target in their 2-1 victory over Southampton.
3 – Arsenal have already won more penalties in the first four games of this season (3) than they did in the entirety of last season (2).
3 – Christian Benteke became the first Belgian to score for three different Premier League clubs (Aston Villa, Liverpool and Crystal Palace).
4 – All four of Middlesbrough’s goals so far this season have come in the first half.
4 – Sunderland have failed to win any of their opening four Premier League fixtures for a sixth consecutive season.
6 – Tottenham Hotspur are the only visiting team to have won as many as six games at the Britannia Stadium in Premier League history (D0, L3).
7 – Santi Cazorla’s last seven Premier League goals have all been from the penalty spot. Jan Mølby, Danny Murphy and Mikel Arteta are the only other players to have scored seven successive goals, all from the penalty spot.
8 – Sadio Mané has scored eight goals in his last eight Premier League games.
11 – 11 of Chelsea’s 13 outfield players to play at the Liberty Stadium this weekend attempted at least one shot on goal.
17 – Tottenham Hotspur have now scored more goals at the Britannia Stadium than any other visitors in Premier League history.
18 – Everton have lost just one of their last 18 Premier League games on a Monday (W8, D9).
20 – Liverpool have beaten the defending Premier League champions more times than any other club.
23 – Sunderland haven’t won any of their last 23 Premier League games played in August or September (D9, L14).
25% – Manchester City have now won five of their 20 Premier League visits to Old Trafford (D5, L10) with four of those coming in their last six.
26 – Gylfi Sigurðsson is now Swansea City’s all-time Premier League top goalscorer.
38 – West Ham 2-4 Watford was the 38th time in Premier League history that the Hornets have gone two-goals behind but was the first time they had won from that position (D0, L37).
50 – Liverpool have scored 50 Premier League goals in 2016 – five more than any other club.
130 – There were only 130 seconds between Swansea City’s two goals versus Chelsea on Sunday.
603 – Shay Given became the fourth goalkeeper to concede 600 Premier League goals (603) – only Jussi Jääskeläinen (613), Mark Schwarzer (653) and David James (665) have conceded more.