20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 9 ft. Arsenal & Wayne Rooney

1.47 – There have been only 22 goals in the 15 Premier League meetings between Southampton and West Bromwich Albion.

2 – Glenn Murray has scored a brace in the Premier League twice in his career – both against West Ham United.

3 – Including caretakers, each of Leicester City’s last three managers have won their first Premier League game in charge.

3 – West Ham suffered their heaviest Premier League defeat at home to a newly-promoted side when they went down 0-3 to Brighton & Hove Albion on Friday night.

3 – Arsène Wenger became the first manager to win a Premier League game on three occasions (2005, 2006 & 2017).

3 – Swansea City’s Federico Fernández has scored three own goals in his last 68 Premier League appearances.

4 – Tottenham Hotspur scored more goals versus Liverpool (4) at Wembley Stadium than they did in their first four home games combined this season (3).

6 – Southampton scored only their sixth goal in their last 11 Premier League matches at St Mary’s in their 1-0 win over West Brom this weekend.

11′ – Manchester United conceded twice in the first 11 minutes of Victor Lindelöf entering the field on Saturday.  José Mourinho’s side had conceded as many goals in the 742 minutes previous his season when the Swedish international hadn’t been on the field.

12 – Wayne Rooney has now scored 12 Premier League goals versus Arsenal – more than any other player.

13 – Only Wayne Rooney (15) has scored more Premier League goals as a teenager for Manchester United than Marcus Rashford (13).  The current United star only has one game left until he turns 20 – at home to Tottenham Hotspur next weekend.

18 – West Ham have conceded 18 penalties during Slaven Bilić’s 85 Premier League games in charge.

50% – Crystal Palace have now failed to fire a single shot on target in two of their four games under Roy Hodgson.

57% – Four of Michy Batshuayi’s seven Premier League goals have been scored against Watford.

60% – Newcastle United have won six of their 10 Premier League games under Rafa Benítez at St James’ Park (D3, L1).

100 – Arsenal have now scored 100 Premier League goals against Everton.  This is the first time a club has reached a century of goals against a single opponent.

100 – Darren Fletcher made his 100th consecutive Premier League appearances – the current longest run in the competition.

100% – Watford’s Abdoulaye Doucouré has scored with all four of his shots on target in the Premier League this season.

646′ – Crystal Palace have now gone more than seven consecutive away Premier League games without scoring since their 2-1 win at Anfield in April.

1002 – Liverpool became the sixth team in Premier League history to concede 1,000 goals (Tottenham 1,237, Everton 1,225, Aston Villa 1,186, West Ham 1,163 and Newcastle 1,148).