πŸ¦πŸ’° English Premier League: Ten key facts to preview the weekend
πŸ¦πŸ’° English Premier League: Ten key facts to preview the weekend
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πŸ¦πŸ’° English Premier League: Ten key facts to preview the weekend

Matchday ten in the world-famous English Premier League kicks off with Southampton vs Leicester in the Friday night clash and rounds out with a busy set of fixtures on Sunday. 

Here are some key facts via the Premier League to prepare you for the weekend and help you impress your friends with your new stats knowledge!

Southampton vs Leicester

Leicester has never won a Premier League encounter on a Friday (P7 D2 L5), playing more matches on that day of the week without winning than any other side.  

Man City vs Aston Villa

Man City’s Sergio Agüero has scored six goals in his last four Premier League matches against Aston Villa, including five in his last three against them at the Etihad Stadium. 

Brighton vs Everton

Brighton's Pascal Gross and Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson have each created 69 chances from set-plays since the start of 2017/18. 

Watford vs Bournemouth

The home side has never won in eight previous Premier League meetings between Watford and Bournemouth (D6 L2). 

West Ham vs Sheffield United

Sheffield United is one of only two teams unbeaten away from home this season (W1 D3), along with Liverpool.

Burnley vs Chelsea

Chelsea has won their last three Premier League away encounters, scoring 3+ goals on each occasion with Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham both scoring in each game. 

Newcastle vs Wolves

Newcastle has won seven of their last 12 home Premier League matches (D2 L3), as many as they’d won in their previous 25 at St James’ Park. 

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace

Following a 2-1 win at West Ham in their last such encounter, Crystal Palace is looking to win back-to-back away Premier League London derbies for the first time since November 1997. 

Liverpool vs Spurs

Liverpool has lost one of their last 48 matches in the Premier League (W39 D8), losing 1-2 v Man City in January 2019. At Anfield, the Reds are unbeaten in 44 Premier League contests (W34 D10), last being beaten by Crystal Palace in April 2017. 

Norwich vs Man United

Norwich could become the first promoted side to win a Premier League fixture against both Manchester clubs in the same season since both Wolverhampton Wanderers and Portsmouth did so in 2003/04.

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