0 – Arsenal and Cardiff City are the only two teams yet to lead at half-time in a single Premier League game so far this season – though the Gunners have gone on to win eight of those 13 fixtures.
1 – Crystal Palace picked up their first-ever point at Old Trafford in the Premier League era at the 10th attempt (D1, L9).
1 – Fulham recorded their first Premier League win in 10 matches (D2, L7).
2 – Cardiff have scored two goals away from home so far this season – the fewest in the Premier League.
3 – Tottenham Hotspur have won three of their past four Premier League fixtures against Chelsea – as many as they had won in their previous 20 against them (W3, D9, L8).
3 – After losing just two of their opening 10 games in the Premier League this season (W6, D2), Bournemouth have lost their past three in a row.
4 – Arsenal have already won as many away games this season (4 of 6) as they did in their entire 2017-18 Premier League campaign.
4 – Leicester City have received four red cards in the Premier League this season – twice as many as any other side.
6 – Manchester City became the first side from outside London to win six consecutive top-flight games in the capital during the Premier League era.
6 – Mohamed Salah has now scored six goals in his three league appearances against Watford.
8 – Manchester City have conceded only eight goals in their past 19 Premier League fixtures (W16, D3, L0).
11% – Brighton & Hove Albion have lost just one of their last nine Premier League matches at the Amex Stadium (W4, D4).
13 – Wolverhampton Wanderers have lost 13 of their past 19 home Premier League matches (W2, D4).
14% – Mark Hughes has won just three of his 21 Premier League games as manager of Southampton.
17 – Manchester City have scored 17 goals in their four visits to the London Stadium, beating West Ham United on each occasion.
19 – Manchester United are unbeaten in all 19 Premier League fixtures against Crystal Palace, winning 15.
22 – Tottenham have won more Premier League London derbies than any other side since Mauricio Pochettino took charge.
31% – 20 of Manchester United’s 65 0-0 draws in the Premier League era have come in the six seasons since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
60% – Everton have won six of their past 10 Premier League games at Goodison Park (D3, L1).
71% – Everton’s 71% possession in their 1-0 win over Cardiff City on Saturday is their most under Marco Silva.