0 – Arsenal have failed to pick up a single point in an away Premier League game in 2018 (L6).
1 – Henrikh Mkhitaryan became the first player to score for and against Manchester United in the same Premier League season.
2 – It has taken Darren Moore only four matches (W,2 D2, L0) to win more games as West Bromwich Albion manager than Alan Pardew (W1, D5, L12) and as many as Tony Pulis (W2, D4, L6) did this season.
5 – Leicester City have now picked up five red cards this season – more than any other side.
5 – Brighton & Hove Albion and Southampton have been involved in the most 0-0s this season.
6 – Olivier Giroud’s last six Premier League goals have all come from the substitutes bench.
7 – Watford have failed to score in their last seven Premier League away games.
9 – Brighton & Hove Albion have scored the fewest goals in away games this season.
10 – Four Manchester City players have scored 10 or more Premier League goals this season (Sergio Agüero, Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus & Leroy Sané).
10 – Manchester United have won all 10 of their Premier League games in which Paul Pogba has scored.
12 – Stoke City have failed to win any of their last 12 Premier League games (D7, L5) since beating Huddersfield Town on 20 January.
17 – Burnley have been 0-0 at half-time in a league high 17 Premier League games this season.
19 – Huddersfield Town have now failed to score in 19 different Premier League games this season – a league high.
24 – Gabriel Jesus has been directly involved in 24 goals in 25 Premier League starts (18 goals, 6 assists).
30 – Manchester City have won 30 Premier League games already this season, equalling the record for most wins in a 38-game season (with Chelsea in 2016-17).
50 – Antonio Conte reached 50 Premier League wins in only 73 games in charge – only José Mourinho (63) and Pep Guardiola (69) have reached this milestone as manager in fewer games.
50 – Watford’s Richarlison has now failed to score with his last 50 shots in the Premier League.
60 – Bournemouth have now conceded 60+ goals in all three of their Premier League seasons.
67 – West Ham United have conceded a league high 67 goals.
100+ – Manchester City became the fourth team to score 100+ goals in a single Premier League season (after Chelsea (103 in 2009-10), Manchester City (102 in 2013-14) and Liverpool (101 in 2013-14)).