|Aston Villa || |
100 - Aston Villa have spent 100 seasons in the top-flight of English football, which is only second to Everton’s 107 campaigns. As a result, this is the most played fixture in the top-flight.
|Blackburn Rovers|| |
6 - The Cottagers are the lowest scorers away from home in the division. They have scored six goals on their travels but have only conceded 11, which is the fourth meanest away defence in the division.
|Chelsea || |
6 - The Blues have not been able to keep a clean sheet in their last six games in the top-flight.
|Liverpool || |
50 - Saturday's game will be Kenny Dalglish's 50th in charge of the Reds since his return as boss and his 348th overall.
|Manchester United || |
40 - Sir Alex Ferguson's men have scored in 40 consecutive league games at Old Trafford.
| Tottenham || |
7 - Mick McCarthy's side arrive in north London without a win in their past seven games.
|West Brom || |
22 - Norwich have not kept a single clean sheet in any competition for 22 matches.
|Newcastle United|| |
9 - The visitors are currently on a winless streak, having gone nine matches in all competitions without registering a victory.
| Arsenal |
4 - Swansea City have the joint best home defence in the Premier League (with Manchester City), having conceded only four goals at the Liberty Stadium.
|Wigan || |
|Manchester City |
19 - Wigan Athletic have kept only one clean sheet in their last 19 games in all competitions.