Premier League: How much do you know about Matchweek 22's fixtures?

Premier League: How much do you know about Matchweek 22's fixtures?

After a two-week break, the English Premier League returns this weekend with Matchday 22 action. 

The biggest match of the weekend will be at Etihad as Man City host Chelsea in a top-of-the-table clash. 

Pep Guardiola's side won the reverse fixture 1-0 and will take a huge leap towards defending their title if they beat Thomas Tuchel's Blues. 

The Blues have the chance to cut the leaders' gap at the top to just seven with a win at Etihad, a tricky hunting ground in recent seasons. 

Ahead of the weekend, how much do you know about the fixtures? How can Man United make history? Do you know how Raheem Sterling can emulate Sergio Aguero? 

Here is all you need to know. 

🦅 Brighton v Crystal Palace

Palace have won just one of their last 11 PL away matches, away at Manchester City

🦊 Burnley v Leicester

Burnley are one of three sides yet to have a goalscorer under the age of 24 this season. The other two are Tottenham Hotspur and Wolves. 

🟡 Norwich v Everton

Kieran Dowell, Ben Godfrey, and Johny Ruddy have all represented both clubs in the Premier League 

😈 Aston Villa v Man Utd

Manchester United can be the first club to reach 300 away wins, a PL milestone

⚒️ West Ham v Leeds

Rio Ferdinand is one of the players to have moved directly from Leeds to West Ham. 

🔵 Man City v Chelsea

Raheem Sterling can become only the second City player to score 50 goals at Etihad, after Sergio Aguero

🐦Newcastle v Watford

Alan Shearer was the last Newcastle player to score against a side managed by Claudio Ranieri, in 2004 when he was at Chelsea

Wolves v Southampton

Wolves' last eight results in the Premier League have all had a maximum of one goal 

🐝 Liverpool v Brentford

Roberto Firmino scored a hat-trick in his last match against a promoted side this season

🔫 Spurs v Arsenal

Emile Smith Rowe or Bukayo Saka can be the first Englishman to score both home and away for Arsenal against Spurs in a season since Ian Wright, in 1993/94