67 - Darren Bent was caught offside 67 times, 20 more than any other top-flight player.
14 - Newcastle's Cheik Tiote received 14 yellow cards, two more than Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.
49 - The game with the most shots was Bolton v Blackpool which saw a total of 49.
48 - West Ham v Blackpool saw 48 shots but ended goalless.
15 - The game with the fewest shots was Newcastle v Blackburn with just 15.
11 - Florent Malouda created 11 goalscoring chances in Chelsea's 1-0 defeat at Birmingham, the highest amount by a player in a single game this season.
3 - Didier Drogba recorded a hat-trick of assists in Chelsea's away game at Wigan.
108 - Chelsea's John Obi Mikel recorded the most successful passes in a single game this season (v Stoke at home).
142 - Denilson made the most touches in a single game, 142 for Arsenal away at Wigan.
10 - Three players managed 10 shots in a single game this season. Samir Nasri for Arsenal at home to WBA, Andy Carroll for Newcastle at home to Man City and Daniel Sturridge for Bolton at home to West Ham.
18 - Manchester United scored more headed goals than any other team in the Premier League this season (18).
3 - Wigan Athletic netted only three headed goals in the Premier League this season; fewer than any other side. However, one of these; from Hugo Rodellega at Stoke on the final day, was the goal that kept the Latics in the Premier League.
6 - Chelsea conceded fewer headed goals than any other side in the Premier League team this season.
15 - Bottom of the league side West Ham let in the most goals from headers in the Premier League this season (15).
15 - Tottenham Hotspur netted 15 goals from outside the box this season in the league; four more than any other side (inc. set pieces).
14 - West Bromwich Albion conceded 14 of their goals from outside the area this season, 11 of which came from open play; both Premier League highs.
15 - No other side scored more goals in the opening 15 minute period of the first half (13) or second half (14) than Arsenal in the Premier League this season.
55 - 55% of Manchester City's goals this season arrived in the first half of matches; a Premier League high.