• West Ham v Chelsea, 9 December
    West Ham v Chelsea, 9 December Eden Hazard has been directly involved in seven goals in his last eight PL matches against the Hammers (four goals, three assists)
  • Burnley v Watford, 9 December
    Burnley v Watford, 9 December Both Burnley (7th) and Watford (8th) are in the top eight of the table for the first time this late in a top-flight season
  • Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth, 9 December
    Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth, 9 December Having scored in each of this last three appearances v AFC Bournemouth, Scott Dann could become the first centre-back in PL history to net in four consecutive matches against an opponent
  • Huddersfield Town v Brighton, 9 December
    Huddersfield Town v Brighton, 9 December Huddersfield have lost only one of their last nine home league matches against Brighton (W4 D4)
  • Swansea v West Brom, 9 December
    Swansea v West Brom, 9 December Salomon Rondon has scored four goals in three PL matches against Swansea, double the number he’s scored against any other side
  • Spurs v Stoke, 9 December
    Spurs v Stoke, 9 December Spurs have won each of their last three PL matches against Stoke 4-0 and can be the first side in top-flight history to win four consecutive matches against an opponent by four or more goals
  • Newcastle v Leicester, 9 December
    Newcastle v Leicester, 9 December Shinji Okazaki scored in both fixtures the last time these sides met in 2015/16, making Newcastle the only team he's scored in more than one match against in the PL
  • Southampton v Arsenal, 10 December
    Southampton v Arsenal, 10 December Saints have lost only one of their last six home PL matches against Arsenal, though that defeat was in the last such meeting back in May (0-2)
  • Liverpool v Everton, 10 December
    Liverpool v Everton, 10 December Everton are winless in 17 successive Premier League visits to Anfield (D8 L9), since a 1-0 win in September 1999 sealed by Kevin Campbell
  • Man Utd v Man City, 10 December
    Man Utd v Man City, 10 December No away side has scored more PL goals at Old Trafford than Man City (27), while only Chelsea (6) have won more matches there as the visiting side in the competition than City (5)