1 – There has been just one goal scored in the last three Premier League meetings between Chelsea and Leicester City.
1 – Arsenal kept just one clean sheet away from home in the Premier League this season.
2 – Manchester United kept only two home clean sheets in the Premier League this season
4 – Manchester City have won their fourth Premier League title – only Manchester United (13) and Chelsea (5) have ever won more since the English top flight was rebranded in 1992.
8 – This was the eighth time the Premier League title was decided on the final day of the season, with Manchester City winning it on three of those occasions.
9 – Crystal Palace striker Michy Batshuayi has ended on the winning side in all nine Premier League games in which he has scored.
12 – Trent Alexander-Arnold provided 12 assists for Liverpool in the Premier League this season – the most by a defender in a single campaign in the competition’s history.
16 – Everton conceded the most goals from set-pieces in the Premier League this season (excluding penalties).
16 – Only Derby County in 2007-08 (11) and Sunderland in 2005-06 (15) picked up fewer points in a single Premier League campaign than Huddersfield Town this term.
17 – Mason Greenwood (17 years, 223 days) became the youngest ever player to start a Premier League game for Manchester United.
18 – Sadio Mané scored 18 home Premier League goals for Liverpool this season – more than any other player and eight more than Huddersfield Town scored in total in their home games.
32 – Manchester City won 32 Premier League games this season, equalling their own record from last season for most wins in a single campaign.
32 – Manchester United finished 32 points behind the champions this season – more than they have ever finished behind the Premier League winners.
36% – Glenn Murray has scored 25 of Brighton & Hove Albion’s 69 total Premier League goals – the highest proportion of any team’s goals in the competition’s history.
53% – Eight of Newcastle United’s last 15 Premier League goals have been scored by Ayoze Pérez.
90% – Arsenal have won their last nine Premier League fixtures against Burnley since drawing their first meeting back in December 2009.
97 – Liverpool’s tally of 97 points is the third-highest by any club in Premier League history.
100 – Roy Hodgson recorded his 100th win as a Premier League manager.
126 – Bournemouth’s matches saw a total of 126 goals (56 for, 70 against) – the most of any side in the competition this season.
1072 -There were 1,072 goals scored in the Premier League this season – more than any previous 38-game season in the competition’s history.