1 – Watford claimed their first-ever Premier League win over Arsenal, having lost all seven previous meetings.
2 – Crystal Palace picked up only their second clean sheet of the season. Both have been against South coast clubs (Southampton and Bournemouth).
2 – Swansea City have on back-to-back games for the first time this season.
2 – Hull City picked up only their second-ever Premier League point versus Manchester United (W0, D2, L8).
3 – Sunderland kept only their third clean sheet of the season – all coming at the Stadium of Light.
5 – Chelsea are unbeaten in their last five Premier League trips to Anfield (W2, D3).
5 – Burnley have won each of their last five games at Turf Moor.
6 – Middlesbrough are winless in their last six games, scoring only three goals during this run (D3, L3).
9 – Middlesbrough have drawn more times than any other team this season.
14 – Manchester United are now on a 14-game unbeaten run in the Premier League (W7, D7).
14 – All 14 of Georginio Wijnaldum’s Premier League goals have been scored in home games – more than any player not to have scored away from home.
21 – Leicester City have taken only 21 points from 23 games this season – the worst ever total by a reigning top-flight champion at this stage.
37 – Jack Rodwell is still winless in the Premier League when he starts for Sunderland (D17, L20).
43% – Simon Mignolet has saved six of the 14 penalties he has faced in the Premier League for Liverpool.
50% – Two of Ryan Shawcross’ four Premier League own goals have come in favour of Everton.
80% – Mauricio Pochettino has drawn four of his five visits to the Stadium of Light as a Premier League manager (W1, L0).
85 – Manchester United had 85 efforts on goal versus the three newly-promoted sides at Old Trafford this season, but scored only twice.
92% – Both teams have scored in 11 of the last 12 Premier League meetings between Chelsea and Liverpool.
100% – Yaya Touré has scored all 11 of his penalties in the Premier League.
301′ – Everton had gone over four hours (301 minutes) without conceding before Peter Crouch’s effort for Stoke on Saturday.
1386 – David Luiz scored his first Premier League goal since April 2013 – 1,386 days ago.