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  • Leicester City v Liverpool
    Leicester City v Liverpool Liverpool are looking to win their opening four matches of a Premier League season for the first time
  • Brighton & Hove Albion v Fulham
    Brighton & Hove Albion v Fulham Fulham’s PL matches this season have provided the most shots (99) and the most shots on target (44). They are also the only team to have had and faced at least 20 shots on target (21 attempted, 23 faced)
  • Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth
    Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth Over the last three seasons, no visiting side to Stamford Bridge have got more than AFC Bournemouth’s two PL victories there, matching Crystal Palace, Liverpool and Manchester City
  • Crystal Palace v Southampton
    Crystal Palace v Southampton Southampton have won four of their last six away league matches against Crystal Palace, losing the other two
  • Everton v Huddersfield Town
    Everton v Huddersfield Town After goals in his last two PL matches, Theo Walcott can score in three in a row for the first time since doing so for Arsenal in May 2013
  • West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers
    West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers Marko Arnautovic has scored first in West Ham’s last two PL matches, which were both defeats. Only three players have scored first in three successive matches without any wins: John Spencer (Chelsea, 1996), Michel Ngonge (Watford, 1999) and Steven Fletcher (Sunderland, 2012)
  • Manchester City v Newcastle United
    Manchester City v Newcastle United Man City striker Sergio Aguero has scored 14 goals in his 11 PL appearances against Newcastle. Eight came in his last two home matches against them (five in October 2015 and three in January 2018)
  • Cardiff City v Arsenal
    Cardiff City v Arsenal Four of Arsenal’s five PL goals against Cardiff City have come in the final five minutes of matches
  • Burnley v Manchester United
    Burnley v Manchester United At Manchester United, Jose Mourinho has won all 11 of his PL away matches against English managers, including two against Sean Dyche’s Burnley
  • Watford v Spurs
    Watford v Spurs Spurs have never lost to Watford in the PL (W7 D3). Their last defeat came in a 1-0 reverse at Vicarage Road in May 1987

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