20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 37 ft. Chelsea & John Terry

0 – Tottenham Hotspur have gone unbeaten at home in a Premier League campaign for the first time (W17, D2).

1 – Chelsea are the first team to win the Premier League on a Friday.

3 – Sunderland have tied Nottingham Forest’s record of finishing bottom of the Premier League on 3 occasions.

13 – Liverpool took 13 points from a possible 15 in London this season.

13 – Hull City have conceded a record 13 penalties in a single Premier League campaign.

13 – Curtis Davies became the 13th player to be relegated from the Premier League on four or more occasions (along with Tal Ben Haim, Marcus Bent, Nathan Blake, Steven Caulker, Marc Edworthy, Rob Green, Hermann Hreiðarsson, Roger Johnson, Carlton Palmer, Nigel Quashie Neil Redfearn and Ashley Ward).

14 – Tottenham have recorded a club record 14 Premier League wins at White Hart Lane in a single season.

14 – Waford’s José Holebas has picked up a joint-Premier League record 14 yellow cards in a single season (after Mark Hughes, Robbie Savage, Cheick Tioté and Lee Cattermole).

15 – Manchester United’s 15 draws this season is a club record in the Premier League era.

15 – Alexis Sánchez has scored 15 away goals in the Premier League this season – only Kevin Phillips (16 in 1999-00) has scored more in a single campaign.

16 – David Moyes has lost 16 times to Arsène Wenger in the Premier League – his most defeats against any manager in the competition.

17 – John Terry has scored in each of his 17 Premier League campaigns.

18 – Leicester City’s 18 defeats is the most by a reigning Premier League champion.

19 – Sunderland have now failed to score in 19 Premier League games this season – more than any other side.

25+ – Harry Kane became the fifth player to score 25+ goals in successive Premier League seasons (after Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Robin van Persie).

33 – Hull City are the 33rd team to be relegated from the Premier League in their first season following promotion from the second tier.

43 – Everton have picked up more points at Goodison Park this season than they have in any other single Premier League campaign.

52 – Liverpool have now won at 52 different grounds in the Premier League – more than any other side.

617′ – Watford have failed to score away from home in more than 10 hours (617 minutes).

1000 – John Terry’s opener versus Watford was Chelsea’s 1,000th Premier League goal since Roman Abramovich took over in the summer of 2003.