1 – Manchester United 1-0 Bournemouth was José Mourinho’s first home win against Bournemouth in the Premier League, in what was his third attempt (D1, L1).
2 – Manchester City kept only their second clean sheet in their last eight Premier League games.
2 – Southampton 1-3 Leicester City saw two different Asian players scorer for the first time in Premier League history (Shinji Okazaki & Maya Yoshida).
2 – Brighton & Hove Albion are only the second team that Harry Kane has faced in the Premier League without scoring (also Cardiff City). The Tottenham striker has scored against 25 of the 27 different teams he has faced.
2 – Newcastle United’s Jonjo Shelvey became the first player sent off twice this season.
5 – Liverpool 0-0 West Brom was only the fifth time Liverpool have failed to score in a Premier League game at Anfield under Jürgen Klopp – the Reds had scored in 38 of their previous 42 home matches.
6 – Burnley have taken six points from goals scored in the last 10 minutes this season – only Manchester City have gained more (9).
7 – Swansea City have only taken seven points at home – the fewest of any team in the Premier League to date.
10 – Chelsea have scored 10 headed goals in the Premier League this season – two more than they scored in the whole of last season.
10 – Games at Turf Moor so far this season have seen just 10 goals – five fewer than any other ground.
13% – Olivier Giroud has scored in only one of his last eight Premier League starts.
15 – Manchester City have set a record 15 consecutive Premier League wins.
15 – West Brom are winless in their last 15 Premier League games (D8, L7).
15 – Wayne Rooney has scored more Premier League goals versus Newcastle United than he has against any other team.
16 – Everton ended a run of 16 Premier League away games without a win (D8, L8) with their 1-0 win at Newcastle on Wednesday. This was the Toffees’ first victory on the road since winning 1-0 at Sam Allardyce’s Crystal Palace back in January.
17 – Since Claude Puel became manager of Leicester only Manchester City (21) and Burnley (18) have collected more points than the Foxes (17).
50 – Chelsea’s win at Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night means the Blues have won at 50 different stadiums in the Premier League – only Liverpool have won at more in the competition (53).
52 – Manchester City have scored 52 goals in their first 17 games this season – more than 12 teams scored in the entire 2016-17 campaign.
88% – Newcastle have lost seven of their last eight Premier League games (D1).
270′ – West Brom have failed to score in all three Premier League games under Alan Pardew.