Indeed, having won 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in December, the Cherries will this weekend have a chance to make some history against the Blues.
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Norwich City have scored 24 goals from 312 shots this season, giving them the lowest conversion rate in the competition at 7.7 per cent. Conversely, only Liverpool have a higher conversion rate than Leicester City's 14.6 per cent.
Glenn Murray has scored six goals in his last eight appearances in meetings between these sides, netting four for Brighton and two for Crystal Palace. Wilfried Zaha, meanwhile, has scored more goals against the Seagulls than he has versus any other side, with six.
Only Manchester City have won more matches and kept more clean sheets against Chelsea than AFC Bournemouth's four victories and four shutouts since the Cherries were promoted in 2015. The Cherries are looking to complete a league double over the Blues for the first time.
Excluding penalties, no team have scored a higher share of their goals this season from set-pieces than Newcastle United's 50 per cent. However, Burnley have conceded a league-low five per cent of their 2019/20 goals from such situations.