Statistics

MW21 preview: Boruc set for PL century

11 Jan 2017
AFC Bournemouth v Everton

Ahead of the weekend's action, we look at a standout statistic from each fixture

Prior to Matchweek 21, check out a key statistic for each fixture, including a landmark for AFC Bournemouth's Artur Boruc and a potential double for Chelsea. 

14 January

Spurs v West Brom

Spurs v West Brom, 14 January
Tottenham Hotspur are unbeaten in the PL at home this season (W8 D2 L0); their longest run of that kind since 2000/01 (13 matches)

Burnley v Southampton

Burnley v Southampton, 14 January
Southampton have lost the most points when leading in the top flight this season (14), but Burnley are the only side yet to gain a point when trailing

Hull v AFC Bournemouth

Hull City v AFC Bournemouth, 14 January
Artur Boruc is set to become the fourth Polish player to reach 100 PL appearances, after Wojciech Szczesny, Jerzy Dudek and Lukasz Fabianski

Sunderland v Stoke

Sunderland v Stoke City, 14 January
The Black Cats are unbeaten in their last 14 home league matches against Stoke (W9 D5)

Swansea v Arsenal

Swansea v Arsenal, 14 January
Alexis Sanchez has been directly involved in 30 goals in his last 31 league outings (20 goals, 10 assists)

Watford v Middlesbrough

Watford v Middlesbrough, 14 January
Only Spurs (14), Chelsea (15) and Man Utd (19) have conceded fewer goals in the PL this season than Boro (22)

West Ham v Crystal Palace

West Ham v Crystal Palace, 14 January
Manuel Lanzini has scored in each of his three PL matches against Palace. Six of his nine PL goals have come in London derbies

Leicester v Chelsea

Leicester v Chelsea, 14 January
Chelsea can beat the champions twice in one season for the first time since doing the double over Man Utd in 2009/10

15 January

Everton v Man City

Everton v Man City, 15 January
Maarten Stekelenburg saved two penalties in Everton's 1-1 draw v Man City in October - the eighth occasion a goalkeeper had done so in one PL match

Man Utd v Liverpool

Man Utd v Liverpool, 15 January
Only Steven Gerrard (8) has scored more goals in this PL fixture than Wayne Rooney (6 - level with Robbie Fowler)

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