2 – Southampton centre-back Wesley Hoedt has already registered two own goals this season.
3 – Chelsea’s Eden Hazard has assisted in three consecutive Premier League appearances as a substitute.
5 – Crystal Palace have taken just five points from their past 10 Premier League matches.
6% – Only one of Watford’s 16 efforts on goal in their 1-0 loss at Newcastle United was on target.
7 – Arsenal are winless in their last seven Premier League meetings with Liverpool (D3, L4).
7% – Cardiff City have won just one of their past 15 Premier League games D3, L11).
8 – Arsenal have won more points from losing positions than any other side so far this season.
9% – Manchester United have kept just one clean sheet in their opening 11 Premier League matches this season. The Red Devils kept eight in their first 11 fixtures last season.
9 – Southampton are winless in their nine previous games at the Etihad Stadium since winning their very first game there (D1, L8).
10 Arsenal substitutes have been involved in 10 Premier League goals this season (6 goals, 4 assists).
11 – All 11 of Richarlison’s Premier League goals have come under manager Marco Silva (11 in 33 appearances compared to 0 in 14 apps under Javi Gracia).
13 – Pedro has been on the winning side of all 13 Premier League matches at Stamford Bridge in which he has scored.
14 – Huddersfield Town ended a run of 14 Premier League games without a win by beating Fulham 1-0 on Monday night (D5, L9).
17 – Only Jermain Defoe (24) and Olivier Giroud (19) have scored more goals as a substitute in Premier League history than Javier Hernández (17).
43 – Manchester City are unbeaten in their past 43 Saturday 3pm Premier League kick offs (W37, D6).
43% – Three of Newcastle’s seven Premier League goals this season have been scored by substitutes.
55% – Cardiff City, Huddersfield Town and Southampton have all failed to score in six of their 11 Premier League games this season – a divisional high.
81% – José Mourinho has won 17 of his 21 Premier League meetings against English managers with Manchester United (D4, L0).
150 – Sergio Agüero scored his 150th goal in only his 217th Premier League appearance.
505′ – Danny Ings’ consolation penalty for Southampton in their 1-6 loss at Manchester City was their first goal in 505 minutes of Premier League action.