20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 15 ft. Diego Costa & Watford

1 – Jamie Vardy scored his first-ever Premier League hat-trick as Leicester City beat Manchester City 4-2 at the King Power Stadium.

2 – Manchester City have kept just two clean sheets in 15 Premier League games under Pep Guardiola.

5 – All five of Fernando Llorente’s Premier League goals have come at the Liberty Stadium.

6 – Arsenal have seen a league high six goals from substitutes this season.

8 – There were home wins for eight clubs this season whilst all 10 went unbeaten (W8, D2, L0).

9 – Chelsea have won nine consecutive Premier League matches for a fifth time – more than any other club in the competition’s history.

9 – Nine players have received a card for a foul on Diego Costa this season – more than any other player.

11 – Liverpool and Watford and have had a joint-league high 11 different goalscorers this season.

12 – West Ham have dropped more points from winning positions than any other club so far this season.

12 – Diego Costa has matched last season’s goal tally after only 15 goals this season.  The Chelsea striker scored the only goal in their 1-0 win over West Brom.

26 – Watford have conceded six more goals than any other side currently in the top 10 (Liverpool on 20).

36 – There have been 36 goals in the past seven Premier League games featuring Crystal Palace.

76% – Romelu Lukaku has now scored against 22 of the 29 different Premier League sides he has faced.

89% – Claudio Ranieri has now won eight of his nine Premier League matches versus Manchester City (D1, L0).

93% – Stoke City have converted 14 of their last 15 penalties in the Premier League.

94% – Burnley have collected 16 of their 17 points at Turf Moor so far this season.

100% – Following Stoke City’s 3-1 loss at the Emirates Mark Hughes has lost all 10 games as a visiting manager at Arsenal.

300 – Alan Pardew has now taken charge of 300 Premier League games as a manager (W108, D63, L129).

799′ – Diego Costa has now gone 799 minutes since he last picked up a yellow card in the Premier League.

2,414 – Watford’s Stefano Okaka scored his first Premier League goal in 2,414 days.  His previous goal came in May 2010 for Fulham against West Ham United.