Six significant matches in the top-flight on one day certainly constitutes a Super Saturday.
Here are six hot stats to look out for starting with Brentford's meeting with Southampton in the capital.
Brentford vs Southampton
Brentford has kept a clean sheet in each of their last three Premier League home matches. They could become just the fourth side to record a shutout in four consecutive home matches this term after Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.
Burnley vs Aston Villa
Burnley is looking to secure a fourth consecutive Premier League victory for the first time since April 2018, when they had a run of five wins. They’ve won as many points in their four matches under Mike Jackson as they had in their previous 10 under Sean Dyche (10 points).
Chelsea vs Wolves
Mason Mount is Chelsea’s highest scorer (10) and assister (9) in the Premier League this season, with only Mohamed Salah registering double figures for both goals and assists so far this term. Mount could become just the fifth different Chelsea player to reach 10+ for both in a single EPL campaign, after Frank Lampard (x4), Didier Drogba (x3), Juan Mata (2012-13) and Eden Hazard (2018-19).
Crystal Palace vs Watford
Watford are facing their fourth relegation from the Premier League. They would become the sixth different side to be relegated from the competition on four or more occasions, after Norwich City (six), West Bromwich Albion (five), Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough and Sunderland (four).
Brighton vs Man United
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 18 goals in 29 Premier League appearances for Man Utd in 2021/22, as many as he did in his final season at the club before leaving for Real Madrid (18 in 33 appearances in 2008-09). The last player to score more than 18 in a PL season for the Red Devils was Robin van Persie in 2012-13 (26).
Liverpool vs Spurs
Liverpool versus Spurs is the second highest-scoring fixture in Premier League history (170 goals in 59 meetings), while it’s had more penalties awarded than any other match-up in the competition (23).