From a curious stat in Wolves vs Newcastle clashes to an imminent milestone for Palace flier Wilf Zaha, another set of Premier League talking points will unfold this weekend.
Here are ten things to look out for. Let's see how many of those subplots unfold before our eyes.
👨🏻 Man United vs Everton
Visiting boss Rafa Benítez is looking to become the first-ever manager to win a top-flight contest at Old Trafford with three different clubs after succeeding at the Theatre of Dreams with Liverpool and Chelsea in the past.
🤨 Burnley vs Norwich
Burnley is looking for their first home league win over a promoted side in six attempts after last beating such a team in September 2019 when they downed Norwich.
🧤 Chelsea vs Southampton
Of all 'keepers to play more than one Premier League match this season, Chelsea's Edouard Mendy boasts the best save percentage.
🔭 Leeds vs Watford
Since the start of last season, across the Premier League, Leeds has scored the most goals from outside the box.
🥅 Wolves vs Newcastle
Both Wolves and Newcastle have scored in all 12 of their prior Premier League meetings, making it the most played fixture in the competition's history not to produce a clean sheet, with eight of the 12 meetings ending 1-1.
🔴 Brighton vs Arsenal
Arsenal is just the third Premier League club to lose their opening three matches and win their next three. West Brom and Wimbledon are the others to have done so in the past.
🦅 Crystal Palace vs Leicester
Wilfried Zaha has netted 49 Premier League goals and will become the first player in Crystal Palace's history to reach 50 goals in the top-flight if he scores against the Foxes.
🦹 Tottenham vs Aston Villa
Aston Villa is looking to win consecutive league matches against Tottenham for the first time since September 2008. Villa striker Danny Ings has scored six goals in his last six appearances against Spurs in all competitions, including four in his last three against the Londoners.
🐝 West Ham vs Brentford
Brentford has had seven different Premier League goalscorers this season. Only Chelsea and Man City have more (excluding own goals).
🪙 Liverpool vs Man City
Raheem Sterling can become the first man to play for Liverpool and then score against them in consecutive league matches at Anfield since Nicolas Anelka.
What a weekend in store.
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