20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 23 ft. Bournemouth & Harry Kane

3 – Arsenal have lost their last three Premier League games in which Alexis Sánchez has not played (0-1 at Stoke City, 1-2 at Watford and 1-2 at Bournemouth).

4 – Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Everton was Spurs’ biggest win versus the Merseyside club in the Premier League era.

4 – Everton failed to record a single shot on target for the fourth time this season – the joint worst record in the Premier League this season (also Swansea City).

4 – All four of West Brom’s under Alan Pardew at The Hawthorns have come from set-pieces (3 corners, 1 penalty).

7 – Newcastle United have failed to win any of their last seven Premier League games at St James’ Park (D2, L5).

9 – Arsenal have dropped nine points from winning positions in their last five Premier League matches alone.

10 – Watford’s Daryl Janmaat made more open play crosses than any other player this weekend.

13 – Arsenal have taken just 13 points from their 12 Premier League away games so far this season (W3, D4, L5).

16 – Brighton & Hove Albion have conceded the most goals from set pieces so far this season (16).

20 – Harry Kane has become only the third player to score 20 or more goals in four consecutive Premier League campaigns (after Alan Shearer (4) and Thierry Henry (5)).

25 – Watford have conceded 25 goals at Vicarage Road this season – the most of any side at home so far this season.

25 – Antonio Conte has won 25 of his first 30 Premier League home games as manager – level with José Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti as the most wins in their first 30 home matches in charge.

50 – Crystal Palace have now won 50 home Premier League games (D40, L78).

50 – Stoke City have conceded the most goals in the Premier League so far this season – eight more than any other side.

69% – 11 of the 16 goals Huddersfield Town have conceded at the John Smith’s Stadium this season have been versus London clubs.

90% – Manchester United have now won nine of their 10 Premier League games versus Stoke City at Old Trafford (D1).

98 – Harry Kane became Tottenham’s all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League (overtaking Teddy Sheringham (97)).

283 – There were only 283 seconds between Callum Wilson and Jordan Ibe’s goals for Bournemouth in their 2-1 win over Arsenal on Sunday.

996 – Stephen Ireland made his first Premier League start for 996 days in Stoke City’s 3-0 loss at Manchester United on Monday night.

1000 – Southampton conceded their 1,000th goal in the Premier League – becoming the seventh team in history to do so.