0 – Bournemouth failed to produce a single shot on target in their 0-3 defeat at home to Liverpool on Saturday.
2 – Manchester United have won back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since March.
2+ – Liverpool have scored two or more goals in 23 of their past 25 Premier League games.
5 – Tottenham Hotspur scored five goals in José Mourinho’s fourth Premier League game in charge. The Portuguese manager never saw his Manchester United side score as many goals during his 93 league games in charge.
5 – Bournemouth have lost five consecutive Premier League games for the first time.
7 – Newcastle United are unbeaten at St James’ Park since their opening day defeat against Arsenal (W3, D4).
8 – Leicester City are on a club record eight-game winning streak in the Premier League.
8 – Manchester United have both taken (8) and scored (4) more penalties than any other side in the Premier League so far this season.
8 – Sheffield United remain unbeaten away from home so far this season (W2, D6).
9 – Watford have failed to score in nine of their 16 Premier League outings this season.
16 – Manchester City have dropped 16 points from their opening 16 Premier League games this season, as many as they dropped for the entirety of last season.
16 – Jamie Vardy has scored more goals than Crystal Palace (14) and Watford (9) have has a team so far this season.
17 – Leicester City have won their last four away Premier League matches by an aggregate score of 17-1.
17 – Bournemouth have lost five consecutive Premier League games versus Liverpool, by an aggregate score of 0-17.
25 – Jamie Vardy has scored 25 goals in 26 Premier League games under Brendan Rodgers.
28 – Sheffield United forward David McGoldrick has had more shots without scoring than any other Premier League player so far this season (28).
66 – Jack Grealish has won the most free kicks in the Premier League so far this campaign – 13 more than any other player (53 – Wilfried Zaha).
75% – Chelsea have lost three of their past four Premier League games (W1).
96% – Liverpool have won 24 of their past 25 Premier League matches (D1).