1 – West Brom have conceded only one goal in the first half of their eight Premier League matches this season.
1 – Middlesbrough have taken only one point from their four home games since returning to the Premier League.
2 – Liverpool and Manchester United played out only their second 0-0 in Premier League history in what was their 49th meeting.
2 – Phil Jagielka conceded two penalties in Everton’s 1-1 draw at Manchester City.
2 – Maarten Stekelenburg saved two penalties versus Manchester City – the eighth time a goalkeeper has accomplished this in a single Premier League match.
2 – Middlesbrough have won only two of their past 18 Premier League games at the Riverside Stadium (D10, L6).
3 – Leicester City have failed to score in three of their first eight games this season. They only failed to score in three games during all of last season.
7 – Everton have failed to beat Manchester City in their last seven Premier League matches (D3, L4).
8 – Sunderland have failed to win any of their opening eight matches for a second consecutive season.
9 – Southampton are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League matches at St. Mary’s (W6, D3).
11% – Liverpool have only failed to score in two of their 18 Premier League games at Anfield under Jürgen Klopp – both against Manchester United.
17 – Stoke City have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their previous 17 Premier League matches before this weekend’s 2-0 win at home to Sunderland.
17 – Following their 6-1 loss at Bournemouth, Hull City have now conceded 17 goals in their last four Premier League games.
26 – Zlatan Ibrahimović has failed to score with any of his last 26 attempts on goal in the Premier League.
30 – Arsenal have now won 30 Premier League games after having a player sent off.
33% – José Mourinho has won only eight of his last 24 Premier League matches (4/8 as Manchester United manager, 4/16 as Chelsea manager).
35% – Manchester United had just 35% possession in their trip to Anfield this past weekend – their lowest recorded since Opta started recording data from the beginning of the 2003-04 season.
40% – Arsenal beat Swansea City for only the second time at the Emirates in the Premier League (D1, L2).
50 – Diego Costa has been involved in 50 goals in 62 Premier League games (39 goals, 11 assists).