The 2022/23 season went past the halfway point over the weekend, with Liverpool v Chelsea the 190th match of the campaign. We look at the key lessons learned from the most recent fixtures.
Nketiah has 18 goals in his last 26 starts for Arsenal in all competitions, including his brace on Sunday.
With Jesus not back for another two months, it seems, the league leaders will hope their replacement forward can maintain his hot streak.
They have claimed only two points from eight league matches, five of which have been against teams who were 17th or lower when those fixtures started.
Their run is about to get tougher, with leaders Arsenal next to visit Goodison Park, followed by a Merseyside derby against Liverpool at Anfield.
But, Everton fans might see hope in the fact that the last time the Gunners came to them, in December 2021, the Toffees were on an identical poor run of two points from a possible 24.
Of course, Arsenal are made of different stuff this season. Also Everton fans will also remember that the victory in December was not a turning point and was followed by another poor run, the team failing to win any of their next 11 league matches.
The Norwegian had ended a run of more than six halves of matches without a goal in all competitions with his midweek equaliser against Tottenham Hotspur. He followed it up against Wolves with a 14-minute treble, his fourth hat-trick of the season.
Amazingly, this came in only in his 19th league appearance, fully 46 matches quicker than the fastest player to do so previously, Ruud van Nistelrooy.
Haaland is on target to equal the most hat-tricks scored in a single season, Alan Shearer's five in 1995/96 for Blackburn Rovers.
But if they want to maintain an unlikely title charge, they must start scoring goals.
Shearer praised his former side for keeping yet another clean sheet at the weekend but also identified the need for more creativity.