20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 13 ft. Olivier Giroud & Chelsea

1 – Callum Wilson’s penalty was Bournemouth’s first goal versus Arsenal in the club’s history.

2 – Stoke City are the only side to have benefitted from as many as two own goals in the Premier League this season.

4 – Olivier Giroud has been involved in more goals as a substitute than any other player so far this season (3 goals, 1 assist).

4 – Manchester United have drawn their last four home Premier League games.  The Red Devils came from behind to draw 1-1 against West Ham on Sunday.

4 – Crystal Palace became only the third team in Premier League history to score four goals away from home and lose as they went down 5-4 at Swansea City.

5 – Arsenal have scored with each of their last five efforts on target in the Premier League.

8 – Arsenal have conceded more goals at home (8) than they have away from home (4) so far this season.

9 – Swansea 5-4 Crystal Palace was the 21st game in Premier League history to see nine goals or more.

10 – West Ham have dropped more points from winning positions than any other club.

13 – Southampton have now kept 13 clean sheets versus Everton in Premier League history – more than they have versus any other side.

13 – Crystal Palace have conceded 13 goals from set pieces in the Premier League this season – more than any other team.

18 – Crystal Palace have now gone 18 consecutive games since their last clean sheet.

22 – Kevin De Bruyne has not tasted defeat in any of his 22 Premier League matches in 2016 (W14, D8).

22% – Sunderland had only 22% possession in their 2-0 defeat to Liverpool – only Burnley (20%) have had less possession in a single game this season – that too versus Jürgen Klopp’s side.

26 – Chelsea have beaten Tottenham 26 times in Premier League history – more than they have against any other side.

27 – Tottenham have failed to win any of their 25 trips to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era (D9, L16).

37 – Watford 0-1 Stoke City has seen more fouls than any other Premier League match so far this season.

90 – Diafra Sakho’s goal for West Ham after 90 seconds at Manchester United is the second-quickest from a visiting side at Old Trafford in the Premier League history (after Edin Džeko scored after 43 seconds for Manchester City in March 2014).

385 – Mathieu Debuchy made his first Premier League appearance in 385 days, since 8 November 2015.

601′ – Christian Eriksen ended Chelsea’s run of 601 minutes without conceding in the Premier League.