Wolverhampton Wanderers may have won their last two matches, but on Sunday they will host a Sheffield United side aiming to remain unbeaten on their travels.
For more on this and all the must-know stats for Matchweek 14, read below.
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Burnley can win a third successive league match by at least a three-goal margin for the first time since December 1926.
This will be Chelsea's 250th Premier League London derby (W128 D67 L54). The Blues have won more such matches than any other side in the competition’s history, and also have the best points-per-match ratio, with 1.8.
Eight of AFC Bournemouth’s 16 Premier League goals this season have come from set-piece situations, excluding penalties. It is the highest number and, at 50 per cent, the highest ratio in the competition.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 80 per cent of Arsenal’s away goals in the Premier League this season, with four out of five. He has also netted eight goals in his 10 appearances against promoted sides for the Gunners.
Sheff Utd can become the first promoted team to remain unbeaten in their first seven top-flight away matches since Blackburn Rovers in 1992/93.
Leicester City are looking to win a sixth consecutive top-flight match for the first time since their club-record run of seven in March 1963. They have won their last five encounters by a combined score of 17-1, keeping a clean sheet in each of the last four.
Manchester United have won 34 Premier League matches against Aston Villa. The only team to win more against a specific opponent in the competition are United themselves, with 36 victories against Everton.