With his history against AFC Bournemouth, Raheem Sterling will be relishing Manchester City's trip to Vitality Stadium on Saturday as he aims to become the fourth player to score in seven consecutive Premier League matches versus one opponent.
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Raheem Sterling has scored in all six PL matches against AFC Bournemouth. He could become the fourth player to score in seven consecutively against an opponent, and the first since Romelu Lukaku in October 2016 against West Ham United.
Romelu Lukaku has been involved in nine goals in his last 10 PL appearances against Southampton (seven goals, two assists), though both his goals against Saints for Manchester United have been scored away from home.
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock's only previous top-flight league visit to Wolverhampton Wanderers came in September 2011 as Queens Park Rangers manager. QPR won 3-0, which remains Warnock's biggest PL away victory in 71 matches.
Jamie Vardy has scored the first PL goal under Leicester City's last three permanent managers (Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare and Claude Puel), also finding the net in Mike Stowell's match in caretaker charge against Brighton & Hove Albion.
This will be the 200th top-flight meeting between Everton and Liverpool, becoming only the second fixture to have been played that many times in the top English league after Aston Villa v Everton (202).