20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 6 ft.

1 – Arsenal beat Chelsea in the Premier League for the first time in their last 10 matches (D3, L6).

1 – Swansea City became the first team to avoid trailing to Manchester City at half-time in the Premier League this season.  The Swans were 1-1 versus Pep Guardiola’s side before losing 3-1.

4 – Manchester United became the first team in Premier League history to score four goals in the first half versus the defending champions.

5 – Watford have already conceded five headed goals this season – more than any other club.

5 – Tony Pulis is now unbeaten in all five Premier League matches versus former club Stoke City (W4, D1).

6 – Manchester City are the only team to score the opening goal in all six matches so far this season.

6 – Pep Guardiola has equalled Carlo Ancelotti’s record for winning his first six Premier League games as manager (2009-10).

7 – Tottenham’s Heung-min Son has been involved in seven goals in his past six appearances (6 goals, 1 assist).

8 – Philippe Coutinho has now scored eight goals from outside the penalty area since the start of 2015.

8% – Stoke City have won only one of their previous 13 Premier League matches (D4, L8).

16 – West Ham have conceded more goals in their opening six games of a Premier League season than they have any other previous campaign.

17 – Watford have now kept only one clean sheet in their last 17 Premier League games.

19 – Jack Wilshere has now gone 19 Premier League matches without completing a full 90 minutes.

25 – Sunderland are winless in their last 25 Premier League matches played in August and September combined (D9, L16).

43 – James Milner is now unbeaten in all 43 Premier League games in which he has scored (W35, D8) – only Darius Vassell has accomplished a longer run (46 games).

50% – Only Tottenham have kept as many as three clean sheets after six Premier League games this season.

81% – West Ham have conceded two or more goals in 13 of their last 16 Premier League games.

82′ – Chelsea did not have their first shot on target until the 82nd minute in their 3-0 thrashing at Arsenal on Saturday.

86% – Six of Chris Smalling’s seven Premier League goals have come at home and six of those seven have been scored by his head.

92% – Tottenham have won 23 of their last 25 Premier League games versus newly-promoted sides.