20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 30 ft. Crystal Palace & James Milner

1 – José Mourinho has taken just one point from four matches against former clubs this season (D1, L3).

2 – Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace was the first time the Eagles have scored more than one goal in the first half of a Premier League game this season.

4 – Crystal Palace have won their last four Premier League matches.

4 – Newcastle United have kept a clean sheet in their last four games at St James’ Park (W2, D2).

4 – Bernardo Silva has recorded four assists against Burnley this season.

5 – Aston Villa have lost five Premier League games after scoring first this season – two more than any other side.

7 – Bournemouth and West Ham United have lost more Premier League games in 2020 than any other side (7 each).

7 – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to score with any of his seven attempts in Arsenal’s defeat at Brighton on Saturday.

10 – Wolverhampton Wanderers are unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League matches in London (W5, D5).

13 – Bournemouth have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their past 13 Premier League matches.

13% – Watford have won just one of their past eight Premier League matches (D3, L4).

14 – Leicester City have won just four of their past 14 Premier League games (D4, L6).

23 – Only Chelsea (24), Man City (28) and Liverpool (37) have taken more points away from home than Southampton (23) so far this season.

63% – Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has lost 19 of his first 30 Premier League matches (W5, D6).

67% – Norwich City have failed to score in six of their last nine Premier League matches.

88% – Seven of the last eight Premier League Merseyside derbies at Goodison Park have ended in a draw.

91% – Chelsea have won 10 of their last 11 Premier League matches versus Aston Villa (L1).

94′ – Neal Maupay’s winner versus Arsenal at 94 minutes and 26 seconds is the latest Premier League goal Brighton & Hove Albion have ever scored.

140 – Jack Grealish has been fouled 140 times this season – 42 more than any other player.

535 – James Milner made his 535th Premier League appearance, the joint-fifth highest total in the competition’s history, alongside Gary Speed.