#Harry Kane has not scored in either of his PL home appearances v Liverpool (173 mins); the only side he has faced more often without finding the net at home in the competition is Crystal Palace (three apps, 269 mins).
#Wayne Rooney’s first Premier League goal was against Arsenal in October 2002 – he has scored more goals against the Gunners than any other player in the competition (11).
#Dusan Tadic has been directly involved in a goal in each of his last three PL appearances against the Baggies (one goal, two assists).
#Manolo Gabbiadini scored with both of his shots against Newcastle United in Matchweek 8; his previous two goals came over a period of 16 appearances and 27 shots.
#Riyad Mahrez has four goals in his last four PL matches against Swansea, who he has scored against more times than any other team in the competition.
#Tammy Abraham has scored a higher share of his team’s goals than any other Premier League player this season (80%, 4/5).
#Jermain Defoe, who is one away from 200 career league goals, has scored a PL goal against Stoke with each of the three previous clubs he’s faced them with (Portsmouth, Spurs
#Peter Crouch (42) is one away from moving level with Jon Walters as Stoke City's all-time top PL goalscorer (43).
#Wilfried Zaha, who netted the winning goal against Chelsea in Matchweek 8, is aiming to score in consecutive Premier League appearances for the first time since March 2015.
#Gabriel Jesus has scored 13 goals in his 15 starts in the Premier League - only Mick Quinn (14) and Andrew Cole (15) netted more in their first 15 starts in PL history.
#Michy Batshuayi scored in both meetings with Watford last season, while Etienne Capoue was the only player in 2016/17 to score both home and away versus Chelsea.
#Pascal Gross, who has been involved in 83% of Brighton’s six goals this season, has created the same number of chances as Kevin De Bruyne (211) since August 2015.