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MW32 numbers: Spurs eye six-year home run

7 Apr 2017
Dele Alli, Spurs

Watford in sights of Mauricio Pochettino's side, who are homing in on their best unbeaten run at White Hart Lane since 2011

Tottenham Hotspur are closing in on their best unbeaten Premier League unbeaten run at White Hart Lane for six years, with Watford next in their sights, while Manchester United are on their best unbeaten away run for four years, as they prepare to face Sunderland.

To see key stats from all 10 matches this weekend, see below.

Saturday 8 April

Spurs v Watford

Spurs v Watford, 8 April
Spurs are unbeaten in 15 successive home PL matches (W13 D2), their best run since a streak of 17 in May 2011

Man City v Hull City

Man City v Hull City, 8 April
Sergio Aguero has scored 25 goals in his last 30 league appearances at the Etihad Stadium

Middlesbrough v Burnley

Middlesbrough v Burnley, 8 April
Burnley are searching for a first PL double over Boro, having not beaten them home and away in one season since 1953/54

Stoke City v Liverpool

Stoke City v Liverpool, 8 April
Jonathan Walters has scored more goals against Liverpool (six) than he has any other PL opponent

West Brom v Southampton

West Brom v Southampton, 8 April
Saints are looking to avoid losing both matches in a PL season v West Brom for only the second time (2012/13)

West Ham v Swansea City

West Ham v Swansea City, 8 April
Andy Carroll has five goals and three assists in his last six PL appearances against Swansea

AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea

AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea, 8 April
Chelsea have scored seven goals and won both PL matches v AFC Bournemouth since losing 2-1 to them in December 2015

Sunday 9 April

Sunderland v Man Utd

Sunderland v Man Utd, 9 April
Man Utd are on their longest unbeaten PL run away from home (eight) since a 13-match streak in August 2013

Everton v Leicester City

Everton v Leicester City, 9 April
This fixture has the highest draw ratio of any PL match-up to have been played 20+ times (62%)

Monday 10 April

Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Crystal Palace v Arsenal, 10 April
The only teams Arsene Wenger has faced more often without losing in the PL than Crystal Palace (11) are Leicester City (18) and Portsmouth (14)

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