|Norwich City || |
1420 - Arsenal’s midfield possesses the league’s third and fifth most frequent passers, and both are likely to start at Carrow Road. Aaron Ramsey has completed 715 passes with an 88 per cent accuracy rate, with Mikel Arteta slightly more accurate at 90% having made 10 fewer passes.
83 - If Everton forward Louis Saha finds the back of the net against Wolves it will mark his 83rd Premier League strike, surpassing former Blues frontman Kevin Campbell.
|Manchester City || |
0 - Manchester City and Newcastle United are the only two teams that have not lost a single game in the Premier League this season. Stretching back to the last campaign, both sides have gone undefeated for 14 matches.
|Stoke City || |
29 - The two teams have met 29 times through the course of their respective histories, and QPR have won 15 matches while Stoke have had to settle for eight wins. The remaining games were drawn.
|Sunderland || |
6 - Six goals have been scored in the Premier League this season from direct free-kicks, four of which have been in fixtures involving Steve Bruce’s men (two for and two against).
| West Bromwich Albion || |
|Bolton Wanderers |
46 - West Bromwich Albion have been caught offside the most times in the league (46) and only caught other teams offside 12 times. In contrast, Bolton have been flagged offside 12 times (the fewest in the league) and caught other teams offside 38 times.
|Wigan Athletic|| |
|Blackburn Rovers |
7 - Wigan are the lowest scorers in the Premier League this season with just seven goals in their 11 matches so far. The Latics have a stronger home record than away but they only average one goal per home game, which has been a problem due to their leaky defence.
|Swansea City|| |
| Manchester United |
1 - The Swans have also conceded only one goal at home in the league this campaign, with no other team having a better defensive record.
|Chelsea || |
242 - Liverpool have scored a total of 242 goals against Chelsea through the course of their history. The Blues have responded by breaching the last line of the Reds' defence 225 times.
|Tottenham Hotspur || |
|Aston Villa |
1 - Aston Villa have been poor in defence, keeping only a single clean sheet in their last 25 Premier League games away from home.