1 – Huddersfield Town 1-2 Burnley was the first time the Clarets have gained points after conceding the opening goal, having previously lost all 12 games they conceded first this season.
2 – Liverpool conceded more than one goal in a Premier League game for the first time this season.
5 – Harry Kane scored for the fifth time on New Year’s Day.
6 – Bournemouth 3-3 Watford saw more goals scored in the first half than any other Premier League game this season.
7% – Bernd Leno has kept just one clean sheet in his first 14 Premier League starts.
8 – Only Liverpool (12), Chelsea (10) and Tottenham Hotspur (9) have kept more clean sheets in the Premier League this season than Crystal Palace (8).
10 – Substitutes have scored 10 goals for Arsenal so far this season – more than any other club.
11 – Son Heung-min has been involved in 11 goals in his last eight Premier League starts for Tottenham Hotspur (8 goals, 3 assists).
11 – Claudio Ranieri is winless in all 11 Premier League matches versus Arsenal (D4, L7).
12′ – There were just 12 minutes and 41 seconds between the second and sixth goals being scored in the Bournemouth 3-3 Watford game.
21 – Tottenham Hotspur are still yet to draw in the Premier League this season (W21, L5).
43% – Three of Alexandre Lacazette’s seven Premier League goals this season have been scored against Fulham.
60% – Chelsea have failed to score in three of their last five Premier League games at Stamford Bridge.
68% – Manchester United have won 68 of their 100 Premier League games in the month January – more than any other team has won in the month.
73% – Newcastle United have lost eight of their 11 home Premier League games this season (W2, D1).
78% – 14 of Luka Milivojević’s 18 Premier League goals have come from the penalty spot.
80% – Everton have lost four of their past five Premier League matches (W1).
100% – Tottenham Hotspur have won all four of their Premier League meetings against Cardiff City.
100% – Harry Kane has now scored against all 28 clubs he has faced in the Premier League.
131 – There were just 131 seconds between Marko Arnautović’s brace in West Ham United’s 2-2 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.