20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 25 ft. Sheff Utd & Mbwana Samatta

0 – West Ham United are winless in all six Premier League meetings with Brighton & Hove Albion (D3, L3).

2 – Wolverhampton Wanderers have kept clean sheets in both of their Premier League games in Manchester this season.

1 – Aston Villa scored their first headed goal in the Premier League this season.

5 – Sheffield United are unbeaten in the capital this season (W1, D4).

6 – Aston Villa have seen their opponents pick up six red cards in the Premier League this season – more than any other side.

8 – Leicester City have dropped eight points from winning positions in their past four Premier League games alone.

8 – There were 8 Portuguese players on show during the Manchester United 0-0 Wolves game on Saturday.

10 – Burnley ended a 10-game losing streak versus Arsenal with a 0-0 draw at Turf Moor on Sunday.

19 – West Ham have lost more points from winning positions than any other Premier League side this season.

20 – Sheffield United won for the first time in their last 20 Premier League games in London (D8, L11).

22 – Liverpool have a staggering 22 point lead after 25 games and could mathematically win the Premier League title as early as Saturday 7 March 2020.

23 – Only leaders Liverpool (15) have conceded fewer goals in the Premier League this season than Sheffield United (23).

24% – Arsenal have won just six of their 25 Premier League games so far this season (D13, L6).

38 – Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero became the oldest player to appear in the Premier League so far this season (38 years 126 days).

62% – Norwich City have now failed to score in eight of their 13 away Premier League matches this season.

80% – Crystal Palace have failed to score a first-half goal in a Premier League-high 20 of their 25 games this season.

100 – Liverpool have taken 100 points from the last 102 available to them in the Premier League (winning 33 of their last 34 matches).

111 – Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has been fouled 111 times this season – 28 more times than any other player.

117 – Mbwana Samatta became the first Tanzanian to play in the Premier League. There have now been players of 117 different nationalities represented in the history of the competition.

285′ – Manchester United have now gone more than three Premier League matches without scoring and scored in just one of their five games in 2020.