0 – Everton are the only team yet to concede a goal in the Premier League this season.
0 – Aston Villa and Leicester City are the only sides yet to pick up a booking in the opening two games of the new season.
2 – Arsenal have won their first two games of a Premier League season for the first time since 2009-10.
2 – Jorginho, Rúben Neves and Raheem Sterling have all collected a yellow card in both games.
3 – Kevin de Bruyne has registered three assists in his two Premier League games this season – one more than he managed in the whole of the last season.
6 – Everton have kept a clean sheet in each of their last six Premier League matches at Goodison Park.
7 – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has now scored seven goals in his four Premier League games against Burnley.
8 – Brighton & Hove Albion have scored only eight goals in their last 13 home Premier League matches.
9 – Liverpool have caught opponents offside on more occasions than any other side in the opening two games.
13 – Brendan Rodgers is still winless in his 13 Premier League matches against Chelsea as a manager (D7, L6).
20 – Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has lost a record 20 consecutive Premier League games.
30 – Manchester City produced 30 shots during their 2-2 draw at home to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
35 – Sheffield United have committed the most fouls in the opening two games of the 2019-20 Premier League season.
35% – Watford’s José Holebas has received a yellow card in 36 of his 102 Premier League appearances.
36% – Paul Pogba has now missed four of his 11 Premier League penalties.
53 – All 53 of Javier Hernández’s Premier League goals have come from inside the penalty area.
88% – Watford have lost 22 of their 25 trips to Merseyside in the Premier League (W1, D2).
93% – Aston Villa have lost 14 of their last 15 Premier League fixtures (W0, D1).
100% – Sean Dyche has lot all nine of his Premier League fixtures versus Arsenal as a manager.
4480 – Phil Jagielka made his first Premier League appearance for Sheffield United since 13 May 2007 – 4,480 days ago.