• Wolves v Liverpool
    Wolves v LiverpoolIf Liverpool win they are guaranteed to be top of the table on Christmas Day. Each of the last four sides to lead the PL on 25 December have gone on to win the title, though the Reds themselves were the last side to fail to do so in 2013/14
  • Arsenal v Burnley
    Arsenal v BurnleyPierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been directly involved in 17 goals in his 16 PL home matches with 12 goals and five assists, including two goals and an assist against Burnley last season
  • AFC Bournemouth v Brighton
    AFC Bournemouth v BrightonThe Cherries' Callum Wilson has scored in each of his last two league appearances against Brighton, once in the Premier League in January 2018 and once in the Championship in April 2015
  • Chelsea v Leicester
    Chelsea v LeicesterJamie Vardy has scored 27 goals in 47 PL appearances against last season's top-six sides, including two strikes in seven meetings with Chelsea
  • Huddersfield v Southampton
    Huddersfield v SouthamptonSouthampton striker Charlie Austin has had a hand in seven goals in eight league appearances against Huddersfield, scoring five goals and adding two assists
  • Man City v Crystal Palace
    Man City v Crystal PalaceMan City have conceded only three goals in their last 10 PL matches against Crystal Palace, keeping eight clean sheets
  • Newcastle v Fulham
    Newcastle v FulhamSalomon Rondon has been involved in five of Newcastle’s last seven PL goals, scoring four goals and providing one assist
  • West Ham v Watford
    West Ham v WatfordWest Ham are looking to win five Premier League matches in a row for the first time since February 2006
  • Cardiff v Man Utd
    Cardiff v Man UtdOf the 31 players with at least five PL goals this season, Romelu Lukaku has scored the highest percentage of them away from home. His five strikes on the road out of six works out as 83 per cent of his goals
  • Everton v Spurs
    Everton v SpursSpurs striker Harry Kane has scored twice in each of his last three Premier League appearances against Everton. Only Michael Owen, versus Newcastle, has netted two or more goals in four consecutive appearances against a single team in the competition