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Gabbiadini looks to Quinn and Costa record

15 Mar 2017
Manolo Gabbiadini, Southampton

Southampton striker can become the third player to score in first four PL matches, and more Matchweek 29 stats

Southampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini will be looking to join an exclusive list of Premier League players when Saints visit Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday

As a full fixture schedule returns, Romelu Lukaku will also be looking for a slice of Everton history before Matchweek 29 rounds off with the battle of the running machines. 

Saturday 18 March 

West Brom v Arsenal

West Brom v Arsenal, 18 March
Arsenal have scored in all 21 of their PL meetings with West Brom; their best 100% record of this kind

Crystal Palace v Watford

Crystal Palace v Watford, 18 March
If Watford win they will have earned a joint-high three PL away victories in London this season, level with Liverpool

Everton v Hull City

Everton v Hull City, 18 March
Romelu Lukaku is one away from becoming the first Everton player to reach 20 goals in a PL season

Stoke City v Chelsea

Stoke City v Chelsea, 18 March
Only against Spurs (11) has Cesc Fabregas provided more PL assists than versus Stoke (7)

Sunderland v Burnley

Sunderland v Burnley, 18 March
Andre Gray became the first Burnley player to score a PL hat-trick in December's reverse fixture

West Ham v Leicester

West Ham v Leicester, 18 March
Craig Shakespeare can become the first Leicester manager to win his opening three PL matches

AFC Bournemouth v Swansea

AFC Bournemouth v Swansea, 18 March
Joshua King has scored three goals in three top-flight appearances against Swansea

Sunday 19 March 

Middlesbrough v Man Utd

Middlesbrough v Man Utd, 19 March
Man Utd are on the longest current unbeaten PL run (17 matches), while Boro have gone the longest without a win (10 matches)

Spurs v Southampton  

Spurs v Southampton, 19 March
Manolo Gabbiadini can follow Mick Quinn and Diego Costa and become the third player to score in each of his first four PL matches

Man City v Liverpool

Man City v Liverpool, 19 March
Liverpool (117.3km per match) and Man City (114.8km) average the most distance run in the PL this season

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