20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 22 ft. Arsenal & Shkodran Mustafi

2 – Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka became the second player to be sent off twice this season (after Manchester City’s Fernandinho).

4 – Diego Costa has scored in all four of his Premier League games versus Hull City.

7 – Arsenal have conceded more goals from penalties this season than they have in any other Premier League campaign.

13 – Leicester City have now gone 13 away games without a win.

15 – Shkodran Mustafi is unbeaten in all 15 of his Premier League matches as an Arsenal player (W11, D4).

18 – Middlesbrough have scored the fewest goals in the Premier League this season.

20 – Hull City have now gone 20 games without a clean sheet in the Premier League.

21 – Antonio Conte has made fewer changes to his starting lineup than any other manager in the top flight so far this season.

31 – Arsenal are the only side to have won more Premier League games (31) than they’ve lost (26) when having a player sent off.

48% – 23 of Andy Carroll’s 48 Premier League goals have been scored with his head.

50 – Liverpool 2-3 Swansea saw the Reds become the first team to score 50 goals this season and the Swans the first to concede 50.

55 – Antonio Conte has the same number of points from his first 22 Premier League games in charge of Chelsea as José Mourinho had in his.

67% – Claudio Bravo has conceded 16 of the last 24 shots on target he has faced in the Premier League.

75% – Everton’s Tom Davies has won six of his first eight Premier League games (D1, L1).

87′ – Crystal Palace have lost three of their last four home Premier League games to a goal scored in the 87th minute or later.

90 – Arsenal have scored a stoppage time winner in both of their games versus Burnley this season.

100% – All four Premier League meetings between Bournemouth and Watford have ended in a draw.

180′ – Manchester City’s Claudio Bravo has not made a single save in his past 180 minutes of Premier League action, conceding six goals during that time.

250 – Wayne Rooney became Manchester United’s all-time leading goalscorer in all competitions with his 250th goal for the club in their 1-1 draw at Stoke City on Saturday.

1,002 – Chelsea have won 1,002 Premier League points at home, becoming the third club to reach four figures in the competition, behind Manchester United (1,116) and Arsenal (1,019).