Man City, who have won their last three PL matches against Spurs, are looking to equal their competition best run of four successive wins against the north Londoners.
None of City’s last 25 PL matches have ended level, the longest current run in the competition. The Citizens have won 21 of those matches (L4), including each of the last nine.
Spurs are looking to become the first team since Liverpool in 2008/09 to win away in the Premier League against both Manchester clubs in the same season.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have won all five of their PL matches without Harry Kane this season. They last lost without the England striker taking part against Manchester United back in October 2017.
AFC Bournemouth have lost just one of their last 11 league matches against Fulham (W7 D3 L1), a 3-1 defeat at the Vitality Stadium in January 1994 when both sides were in the third tier.
There have been 110 goals scored in the Cherries’ Premier League matches this season, more than any other side in the competition (F49 A61).
Following their win against Everton, Fulham are looking to secure back-to-back PL victories for the first time since April 2014. However, the Cottagers have won just two points from 51 available on the road this season (W0 D2 L15).
Huddersfield have scored in all of their 14 home matches against Watford in all competitions, netting 24 goals in total (1.7 goals per match).
The Terriers are looking to avoid matching Sunderland’s record of 14 home defeats in a Premier League season, in both 2002/03 and 2005/06. Huddersfield have lost 13 times at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Watford are seeking to improve their away form, having lost their last three PL matches on the road and shipped 10 goals in the process. They last lost more consecutively on the road in their last six such matches last season.
West Ham are targeting only a second victory in 10 encounters with Leicester in all competitions (W1 D3 L5), having last won 2-0 away in May 2018.
Leicester are looking to win a third consecutive Premier League away match for the first time since April 2016.
The Foxes are seeking only a second PL win in London in 13 attempts, since their 3-2 triumph at West Ham in March 2017. Their only such victory in this spell came at Chelsea earlier this season.
Wolves have a better points-per-match ratio against the current top six PL sides this season (1.3) than they do against the teams in the bottom six (1.1).
Brighton have won their last three league fixtures against Wolves, keeping a clean sheet each time, and have only lost two of their 14 matches at Molineux (W7 D5 L2).
The Seagulls are looking for only their second PL away win in nine attempts (W1 D1 L6), and their first clean sheet on the road in 12 matches.
Of Newcastle’s PL victories this season, 70 per cent have come by a one-goal margin, with seven out of 10 such narrow wins. Only Brighton & Hove Albion have won a higher percentage of their Premier League matches by a single goal.
Southampton have only lost one of their last nine PL matches against Newcastle (W4 D4), although that defeat came in this fixture last season when they succumbed to a 3-0 reverse.
Saints are looking to secure consecutive PL away wins for the first time since March 2017, having won at Brighton in their last match on the road.
Everton’s only previous league win, and Man Utd’s only previous league defeat, on Easter Sunday came in this exact fixture in 2013/14, when the Toffees triumphed 2-0.
Everton are facing their most feared opponent. They have lost 36 Premier League matches against Man Utd, more than any side has against another in the history of the competition.
United have lost their last two PL away matches and have not lost three in a row on the road since January 1996.
Having drawn this season’s reverse fixture 2-2, Crystal Palace are looking to stay unbeaten in both league meetings with Arsenal in a campaign for the first time since 1979/80.
Arsenal can win an 11th successive home match within a single top-flight season for the first time.
No team have played more English league matches on Easter Sunday than Arsenal, with seven, while this will be Crystal Palace’s first.
Cardiff have lost their three PL meetings with Liverpool, conceding 13 goals. They have never lost more top-flight matches in a row against the Reds.
Liverpool have won their last nine PL matches against promoted sides, scoring 27 goals and conceding just three. They have never won 10 such matches in a row in the competition.
Chelsea have only lost one of their last 20 PL home matches, winning 12 and drawing seven. No side have conceded fewer PL home goals this term than their 10, the same as Liverpool.
Burnley have won three consecutive PL matches for the second time this season. They last won more in a row in the competition in April 2018, with a run of five.
Wolves have a better points-per-match ratio against the current top six PL sides this season (1.3) than they do against the teams in the bottom six (1.1). Brighton have won their last three league fixtures against Wolves, keeping a clean sheet each time,
Cardiff have lost their three PL meetings with Liverpool, conceding 13 goals. They have never lost more top-flight matches in a row against the Reds. Liverpool have won their last nine PL matches against promoted sides, scoring 27 goals and conceding just