20 Stats from Premier League Matchday 33 ft. Spurs & Emiliano Martinez

1 – Wolverhampton Wanderers managed just one shot on target in their 0-2 loss at home to Arsenal, with that coming after just 17 seconds.

2+ – Chelsea have scored two or more goals in nine of their past 10 Premier League games.

3 – Manchester City have lost each of their last three away Premier League matches.

3 – Norwich City have failed to score in three consecutive home Premier League games for the first time ever.

6 – Chelsea’s Willian became only the sixth player to score a penalty in three consecutive Premier League games.

6 – Norwich have lost their last six consecutive Premier League matches.

8 – Sadio Mane has been directly involved in eight goals in his past five Premier League appearances against Aston Villa (6 goals, 2 assists).

9 – Aston Villa are without a victory in nine Premier League games (D2, L7).

15 – Tottenham Hotspur are now unbeaten in 15 Premier League games against Everton (W8, D7).

16 – Norwich have failed to score in 16 Premier League games this season, more than any other side.

20 – Only West Ham United (22) have dropped more points from winning positions than Bournemouth this season (20).

25 – Crystal Palace have failed to score in the first half of a Premier League 25 times this season – more than any other side.

25 – Che Adams scored his first Premier League goal in what was his 25th appearance in the competition.

34 – Liverpool have now won their past 34 Premier League matches when scoring the opening goal.

50% – Everton have lost exactly half of their Premier League games in London (78 out of 156).

57 – Liverpool are unbeaten in their past 57 Premier League home games (W47, D10).

63 – Ross Barkley had gone 63 shots in the Premier League since October 2018 without scoring prior to Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Watford on Saturday.

75% – Emiliano Martinez has kept a clean sheet in six of his eight Premier League starts for Arsenal.

200 – Jose Mourinho became only the fifth manager to reach 200 Premier League wins, with only Sir Alex Ferguson (322) doing so in fewer games (326).

500 – Junior Stanislas’ opener for Bournemouth was the first time Manchester United had conceded in 500 minutes at Old Trafford.