MW22 preview: Spurs aim for more Man City joy

18 Jan 2017
Man City v Spurs, 2015/16

Pochettino's side can join Chelsea as most successful visiting side at the Etihad Stadium, and more pre-match stats

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Tottenham Hotspur are aiming for a seventh Premier League away win at the Etihad Stadium, a record set by Chelsea, as they take on Manchester City in Matchweek 22. 

For that and statistics for the other nine fixtures this weekend, including impressive form for Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez against their next opponents, see below. 

Saturday 22 January

Liverpool v Swansea

Liverpool v Swansea, 21 January
Swansea have never won at Anfield in the Premier League, drawing their first visit but losing four matches since

AFC Bournemouth v Watford

AFC Bournemouth v Watford, 21 January
All three PL meetings have ended level (0-0, 1-1 and 2-2), with Watford coming from behind in each score draw

Crystal Palace v Everton

Crystal Palace v Everton, 21 January
Romelu Lukaku has scored four of Everton’s last five Premier League goals against Crystal Palace

Middlesbrough v West Ham

Middlesbrough v West Ham, 21 January
Boro are the only side West Ham have visited at least 10 times in the PL without keeping a clean sheet (11)

Stoke v Man Utd

Stoke v Man Utd, 21 January
Man Utd's 12-match unbeaten run in the PL is their best since March 2013 (18)

West Brom v Sunderland

West Brom v Sunderland, 21 January
West Brom have scored 11 headed goals this season, a joint PL high with Arsenal. Sunderland are the only team yet to score one

Man City v Spurs

Man City v Spurs, 21 January
Only Chelsea (seven) have won more Premier League matches away at the Etihad Stadium than Spurs

Sunday 22 January

Southampton v Leicester

Southampton v Leicester City, 22 January
Leicester have never won a PL match at St Mary’s Stadium (D3 L1), last beating Saints at the Dell in April 2000

Arsenal v Burnley

Arsenal v Burnley, 22 January
Alexis Sanchez has three goals and one assist in his two previous matches v Burnley at Emirates Stadium

Chelsea v Hull

Chelsea v Hull, 22 January
Chelsea are unbeaten in their nine PL meetings with Hull (W7 D2), keeping six clean sheets

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