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H17 2018-03-08 Gamewwek Top Facts & Stats

#MUNLIV
Manchester United have won 10 of their last 13 PL home matches against Liverpool, losing in 2008/09 and 2013/14 before drawing last season.

No side have scored more away goals in the top five European leagues this season than Liverpool with 34, level with Lyon.



#EVEBRI
Everton have won their last six PL home matches against promoted sides. This is their fifth such run of six wins, but they have never managed seven in a row.

Brighton will be the 41st different PL opponent Sam Allardyce has faced; the fourth most in the competition after Arsene Wenger (46), Sir Alex Ferguson (44) and Harry Redknapp (43). The only PL side he has not beaten are Derby County (P4 D1 L3)

Brighton are unbeaten in five PL outings (W3 D2) and have just won back-to-back matches for the first time, although both were at home.



#HUDSWA
Huddersfield Town are aiming to claim a second successive PL home win for the first time since November.

The Terriers have failed to score in 15 PL matches this season, the most in the league this season.

In their nine PL matches under Carlos Carvalhal, Swansea City have scored 14 goals and only once failed to find the net. In their previous 20 outings, they had just 11 goals with 11 matches with no goals scored.



#NEWSOU
Newcastle are targeting their first victory in eight PL matches against Southampton, with their last win over Saints coming in February 2013.

Southampton are on a four-match unbeaten run (W1 D3). Only Tottenham Hotspur, with five, are on a longer run.

Saints have only failed to score in one of their last 19 PL matches against Newcastle, netting in the last 12.


#WBALEI
This is the most-played fixture in PL history without a home win. In the seven meetings between these two, there have been five away wins and two draws.

Albion would be 13 points better off if their matches had finished at half-time this season, the biggest positive differential in the league.

Leicester have won all three of their previous PL visits to The Hawthorns. They have won more away matches only at Manchester City and at Tottenham Hotspur (four each).


#WHUBUR
West Ham have won five of their seven PL meetings with Burnley, including all three of their home matches.

After winning their last home match against Watford, West Ham are aiming for back-to-back PL victories in front of their own fans for the first time since December 2016. Coincidentally, one of those wins came against Burnley.

Burnley could secure a second successive victory for the first time since December.


#CHECRY
Antonio Conte’s side have lost four of their last five PL matches. Their previous four defeats in the competition came over 30 matches.

Crystal Palace could become only the second away team to win three consecutive PL matches at Stamford Bridge, after Blackburn Rovers (1993/94-1995/96).

Palace are on a three-match losing run in the PL. They haven’t lost four in a row since a run of eight consecutive defeats back in September.


#ARSWAT
Arsenal won their first seven PL matches against Watford but have since lost the last two.

Watford could become only the third away side to win back-to-back PL matches at Emirates Stadium, after Chelsea, in November 2009, and Swansea City, in March 2016.

The Hornets have won their last two matches 1-0, with Troy Deeney hitting the winner on both occasions. The last time a team won three successive PL matches 1-0, with the same player scoring the decisive goal each time, was Liverpool and Daniel Sturridge, in September 2013.


#BOUTOT
AFC Bournemouth have lost just one of their last 10 PL matches (W4 D5), a record over that period bettered only by Tottenham Hotspur (no defeats).

No PL side have won more points from losing positions this season than AFC Bournemouth, with 13. But Spurs have won 17 of the 18 matches in which they have led, drawing the other.

This will be Mauricio Pochettino’s 144th PL match with Spurs, equalling Harry Redknapp’s club record.


#STKMCI
Stoke City have kept a clean sheet in three of their last seven PL matches against Manchester City. But they have conceded 19 goals across the other four, including seven in October’s reverse fixture.

Manchester United have won 10 of their last 13 PL home matches against Liverpool, losing in 2008/09 and 2013/14 before drawing last season.

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Saints have only failed to score in one of their last 19 PL matches against Newcastle, netting in the last 12.

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Stoke City have kept a clean sheet in three of their last seven PL matches against Manchester City. But they have conceded 19 goals across the other four, including seven in October’s reverse fixture.

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