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  • Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur, 30 September
    Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur, 30 September Spurs can win their first four away trips in a league campaign for the first time since 1960/61 (W8)
  • AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City, 30 September
    AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City, 30 September Vardy has found the net three times in six league appearances against the Cherries
  • Manchester United v Crystal Palace, 30 September
    Manchester United v Crystal Palace, 30 September Manchester United have not lost in 16 Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace (W13 D3 L0)
  • Stoke City v Southampton, 30 September
    Stoke City v Southampton, 30 September Saints can start a league season with a clean sheet in each of their first three away matches for the first time in their Football League history
  • West Bromwich Albion v Watford, 30 September
    West Bromwich Albion v Watford, 30 September Watford are seeking a fourth successive PL away win. They have already set a new club record of three consecutive top-flight away victories
  • West Ham United v Swansea City, 30 September
    West Ham United v Swansea City, 30 September Swansea can become the fourth team to keep a clean sheet in each of their first four away matches of a PL season, after Man Utd in 1997/98, Leicester in 2000/01 and Chelsea in 2004/05
  • Chelsea v Manchester City, 30 September
    Chelsea v Manchester City, 30 September Pep Guardiola has faced Chelsea seven times as a manager in all competitions and failed to win any (D4 L3) in normal time; more than against any other side
  • Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion, 1 October
    Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion, 1 October Arsene Wenger will beat Sir Alex Ferguson's record of defeating 44 different PL opponents if Arsenal win against the Seagulls
  • Everton v Burnley, 1 October
    Everton v Burnley, 1 October If Burnley win they will surpass their away points tally for the 2016/17 Premier League (7), having picked up five points on the road so far this term
  • Newcastle United v Liverpool, 1 October
    Newcastle United v Liverpool, 1 October Newcastle have won four of their last six home PL matches v Liverpool (D1 L1), winning their last two without conceding a goal