20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 18 ft. Arsenal & Gareth Barry

3 – Watford have received red cards in three successive Premier League games.

4 – Watford have received the most red cards in the Premier League so far this season.

7 – Rafa Benítez is winless in his seven Premier League visits to Arsenal (D2, L5).

8 – Mesut Özil created eight chances in a single match for the second time this season during Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Newcastle (also vs Everton).

9 – Newcastle United have failed to win any of their last nine Premier League games (D1, L8).

10 – Arsenal have won their last 10 Premier League games versus Newcastle, scoring 23 goals, conceding 6.

12 – Everton have taken more points after going behind than any other side in the Premier League so far this season.

12% – 25 of the 203 Premier League goals Hugo Lloris has conceded have come versus Manchester City.

16 – Manchester City extended their Premier League record to 16 successive wins.

16 – West Brom are winless in their last 16 Premier League games (D8, L8).

19 – Manchester City and Liverpool have scored a joint-league high 19 first half goals.

28 – Burnley’s 18 Premier League games this season have produced the lowest number of goals (28).

34 – Only striker Álvaro Morata (49) has had more shots on goal in the Premier League for Chelsea than Marcos Alonso (34) this season.

36 – Gareth Barry scored his first goal in his 36th Premier League appearance versus Manchester United.

60% – Brighton & Hove Albion’s Glenn Murray has missed three of his last five Premier League penalties.

93% – Arsenal have now won 13 of their last 14 Premier League games at the Emirates Stadium.

199 – Petr Čech has now kept 199 Premier League clean sheets.

934′ – Crystal Palace had gone more than 10 Premier League away games without scoring until they took a 19th minute lead at Leicester City.

1106′ – Christian Benteke ended a run of 1,106 minutes without a goal in the Premier League when he scored Crystal Palace’s opener at Leicester City on Saturday lunchtime.

6812 – There are 6,812 days between Gareth Barry’s first and latest Premier League goals – only Ryan Giggs has a bigger gap between his first and last in the competition’s history.