Ten of the Best Premier League stats this weekend

It has been another fantastic weekend of Premier League football, which saw Chelsea lose ground in the race for the top four. Here are 10 of the best stats from the weekends action. 

Everton away day woes

Everton’s defeat at Tottenham means that they still haven’t won away against the top six since 2013!

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Kane breaking more records

Harry Kane’s brace makes him Tottenham’s highest ever scorer in the Premier League, with 98, one more than Teddy Sherringham in 101 games fewer.


Chelsea dry up after Mourinho/Conte feud.

Since the feud between Mourinho and Conte began, Chelsea seem to have dried up on all fronts, with three consecutive 0-0 draws having been played out – the first time in the club’s history that this has happened.


Goals abandon Morata…again

Alvaro Morata has now gone five games without a goal. If he fails to score in his next game, it will be the second time in his short Chelsea career that he has gone six games without finding the back of the net. He also has scored just five times in the last 22 matches.

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Leicester still searching for Stamford Bridge success

Despite putting on a wonderful performance against Chelsea, the Foxes’ 0-0 draw means that they are without a win at Stamford Bridge since 2000!


West Brom finally halt unwanted record.

West Brom’s win against Brighton was their first since August, ending a club record of 20 matches without a win.


Roy Hodgson has made Palace into one of the league’s in form sides.

Crystal Palace have now lost just one game in 12, and only the top four sides have a better record that Palace over the course of the last 10 games.

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Magpies need to find a home win

Newcastle are without a win at St James Park in the Premier League since October 21st, a run of seven games. If the have aspirations of avoiding a a third relegation to the Championship, they need to make their home a fortress.


Arsenal and Lacazette slump continue

Arsenal’s defeat to Bournemouth on Sunday saw the Gunners stay 23 points behind league leaders Manchester City after a run of one win in the last seven games. £50m striker Alexandre Lacazette is out of form too, with the Frenchman failing to find the net in his last nine appearances.

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Liverpool finally find a way to beat City

Manchester City’s unbeaten start to the season is finally over after 22 games without defeat. Liverpool meanwhile are just four games away from equalling that, after extending their own unbeaten run to 18 matches.