The international break is over and that means the Premier League is back in full force.
We've picked out key facts to help us on our way to a winning weekend. Here goes, starting with the Merseyside Derby at Goodison Park.
🕰 Everton vs Liverpool
Seven of the last eight Premier League meetings between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park have finished level, with Liverpool winning the other 1-0 in December 2016.
🕰 Chelsea vs Southampton
Chelsea has won seven of their last nine Premier League meetings with Southampton (D1 L1) although they've also conceded six goals in four games this season.
🕰 Man City vs Arsenal
Man City is unbeaten in their last nine Premier League meetings with Arsenal (W7 D2) since a 1-2 loss in December 2015 and they've scored at least twice in all nine of these games.
🕰 Newcastle vs Man United
Man United have shipped 11 Premier League goals so far this season, with only West Bromwich Albion (13) conceding more, while Newcastle hasn't kept a clean sheet since the opening day of the season.
🕰 Sheffield United vs Fulham
The home side has won 11 of the last 15 Premier League matches between the bottom two sides (D3 L1), with the only away win in that time coming for bottom-placed Watford at Norwich in November 2019.
🕰 Palace vs Brighton
Brighton has kept just one clean sheet in their 16 Premier League games in London (W3 D4 L9), conceding in each of their last 14 in the capital since beating West Ham 3-0 in October 2017.
🕰 Tottenham vs West Ham
Harry Kane has been involved in more Premier League goals than any other player so far this season (nine - three goals, six assists), and the Englishman has also scored nine goals in his last 10 Premier League games against West Ham.
🕰 Leicester vs Villa
Aston Villa has scored 10 goals in their last two Premier League games, beating Fulham 3-0 before their 7-2 victory against Liverpool last time out. With the seven 2020/21 EPL matches involving either side averaging 4.57 goals per game, more high-scoring action looks to be on the cards.
🕰 West Brom vs Burnley
West Brom have conceded 13 goals in their four Premier League matches this season - only Swindon in 1993-94 and Southampton in 2012-13 (both 14) have shipped more four games into a Premier League campaign
🕰 Leeds vs Wolves
Wolves have lost three of their last five away Premier League games (W1 D1), as many as they had in their previous 16 on the road in the competition (W7 D6 L3).
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