• AFC Bournemouth v Brighton, 15 September
    AFC Bournemouth v Brighton, 15 September Brighton will be looking to win back-to-back top-flight league matches for the first time since September 1982
  • Crystal Palace v Southampton, 16 September
    Crystal Palace v Southampton, 16 September Christian Benteke has scored five goals in his last five PL matches v Southampton, including three in two for Crystal Palace
  • Huddersfield Town v Leicester City, 16 September
    Huddersfield Town v Leicester City, 16 September Huddersfield can become the third promoted team to keep clean sheets in their first three home matches of a PL season, after Swansea (2011/12) and Watford (2015/16)
  • Liverpool v Burnley, 16 September
    Liverpool v Burnley, 16 September Liverpool are aiming to keep five consecutive PL home clean sheets for the first time since February 2007
  • Newcastle United v Stoke City, 16 September
    Newcastle United v Stoke City, 16 September Only versus Sunderland (11) has Mark Hughes won more Premier League matches as a manager than against Newcastle (9)
  • Watford v Manchester City, 16 September
    Watford v Manchester City, 16 September Watford are unbeaten in their first four league matches of a top-flight season for the first time in their history
  • West Brom v West Ham, 16 September
    West Brom v West Ham, 16 September Chicharito has scored three times and provided two assists in five PL appearances against West Brom
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City, 16 September
    Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City, 16 September Christian Eriksen has been directly involved in more goals against Swansea (10) than he has any other PL side
  • Chelsea v Arsenal, 17 September
    Chelsea v Arsenal, 17 September Chelsea have won their last five home PL matches against Arsenal, since a 5-3 loss in October 2011
  • Man Utd v Everton, 17 September
    Man Utd v Everton, 17 September Jose Mourinho has faced Ronald Koeman more times without winning (5) than any other manager in the Premier League