🦁😆 You've probably missed the Premier League, so here are ten quick facts ahead of the weekend

🦁😆 You've probably missed the Premier League, so here are ten quick facts ahead of the weekend

Matchday nine in the world-famous English Premier League kicks off with Everton vs West Ham in the early Saturday clash and rounds out with Arsenal's visit to Sheffield United on Monday night.

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

 🍭 Everton vs West Ham

Everton's 25 matches won and 83 goals scored against West Ham are both the most they have managed versus a club in the Premier League.

🦹🏽‍♂️ Aston Villa vs Brighton

Aaron Connolly's average of a shot on target every 31 minutes this term is the second-best rate in the Premier League, behind Alexandre Lacazette's 29 minutes. 

🍒 Bournemouth vs Norwich

Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson could become the first players since Man City's Jesus Navas and Fernandinho in August 2016 to reach 100 PL appearances for one club in the same match. 

🔵 Chelsea vs Newcastle

Newcastle is aiming for back-to-back wins in the Premier League for the first time since April, and both of their victories this season have been 1-0 triumphs against teams from last season's top six, while Chelsea has scored 15 goals in their last four matches, all of which were wins. 

🦊 Leicester vs Burnley

Since the start of last season, no player has created more chances from set-pieces than the 50 of James Maddison, while only three clubs have conceded more non-penalty goals from set-pieces than Burnley's 16. 

🐓 Spurs vs Watford 

Son Heung-min has scored five goals against Watford, his joint-favourite opponent in the Premier League, and is Spurs' highest scorer at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 

🐺 Wolves vs Southampton

Danny Ings can score in three consecutive Premier League appearances for the first time since January 2015, but the Saints striker has lost all three matches in which he's netted this term, more than any other player.

🦅 Crystal Palace vs Man City

Roy Hodgson is the only English manager to have beaten Pep Guardiola in a league match. Hodgson's Palace won 3-2 at Etihad Stadium in December 2018, a year after his team also ended City's PL record run of 18 consecutive wins.

😈 Man United vs Liverpool

Man Utd is unbeaten in five home PL matches against Liverpool (W3 D2) and won 1-0 at Old Trafford in 1996 the last time they faced a Reds side who were top of the league. 

⚔️ Sheffield United vs Arsenal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 49 goals in 75 matches for Arsenal in all competitions. A goal on Monday would make him the sixth-fastest Gunners player to reach a half-century. 

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