Beating Manchester City is proving to be a Herculean challenge, with the league leaders refusing to even fall behind in a match and give their opponents something to cling on to.
For more on this and all the must-know facts from the 26th round of matches, read below. To see the reports and key data, click on the results.
Brighton & Hove Albion are the first team in PL history to miss two penalties by hitting the woodwork in a single match.
Newcastle United and Wolves have both scored in all 12 meetings between the sides, the most-played fixture in the competition with neither side keeping a clean sheet.
Fulham are unbeaten in their last seven PL away matches (W1 D6), their longest such run in the competition.
This was Arsenal’s first away win against a team starting the day in the top three places since January 2015 (2-0 v Man City).
Man City have not trailed for a single minute in any of their last 19 PL matches, equalling Arsenal’s competition record set between December 1998 and May 1999.
For the very first time in the Premier League, Sheffield United managed to win a match in which they received a red card (W1 D5 L8), though Phil Jagielka’s dismissal was the first time they had been reduced to 10-men while already winning.
Spurs have won back-to-back Premier League matches for the first time since November, when they won four in a row. They had lost five of their previous six league matches before this.
Everton have won nine Premier League away matches this season, their joint-most on the road in a single campaign in the competition, level with their total in 2008/09.
After going 68 matches without a league defeat at Anfield, the second-longest such run in top-flight history, Liverpool have now lost five straight home matches for the first time ever.