|Everton || |
9 - Wayne Rooney is United's top scorer so far this season with nine in the league and 13 overall, but has not scored in his previous three appearances in the competition.
|Chelsea || |
8 - These two sides have received a total of eight red cards so far this season - Chelsea with five and Arsenal three.
|Manchester City || |
33 - Manchester City have already scored more goals this season (33) than they managed in the entire 2005-06 campaign under Stuart Pearce.
|Norwich City || |
45 - Norwich lead the way in the Premier League on the percentage of goals scored with headers - a hefty 45 per cent of their strikes being notched up this way.
|Sunderland || |
0 - Aston Villa are yet to win away from home this season, out of their four games so far they’ve drawn three times and lost once.
| Swansea City || |
24 - Bolton have conceded 24 goals so far in the league this season. No other team has shipped more.
|Wigan Athletic|| |
1 - Both sides have just one win all season, and both have come against QPR, with Wigan coming out victorious in August and Fulham thumping six past Neil Warnock’s men earlier this month.
|West Brom|| |
| Liverpool |
250 - Craig Bellamy has made 249 appearances in the Premier League. This will be his 250th outing, provided he makes an appearance at some point.
|Tottenham Hotspur || |
5 - Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart has managed to score five goals in his last four appearances in the Premier League. He is currently seventh in the top scorers' list, level with Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli and Newcastle United's Demba Ba.
|Stoke City || |
|Newcastle United |
0 - Newcastle United have not lost a single game in the Premier League this season. But they were knocked out of the League Cup during midweek.