Aston Villa Vs Swansea
Aston Villa has won just one of their eight Premier League meetings with Swansea (D3 L4), losing each of the last three and failing to score in the last two.
Swansea City has collected just two points from their last five Premier League away games (D2 L3).
Tim Sherwood has lost 14 of his 22 Premier League games in charge of Aston Villa; Paul Lambert didn’t lose a game in charge of Villa in the competition until his 28th game.
Aston Villa: W1 L4 | Swansea: D2 L3
Leicester City Vs Crystal Palace
Leicester have enjoyed just one win in their six Premier League games against Crystal Palace, losing four and drawing one. Crystal Palace has won nine of their last 12 Premier League away games (W9 D0 L3) – this after winning just nine of their previous 61 on the road in the top-flight.
In all league games, the Foxes are without a win in their last four meetings with Palace (D1 L3), with their last league victory against the Eagles coming in January 2012 (2-1 away).
Leicester City: W2 D2 L1 | Crystal Palace: W3 L2
Norwich City Vs West Brom
Norwich has won just three of their last nine league games against West Brom (L6), although those victories have come in the last five meetings. The Baggies have netted just one goal in total in their last three Premier League games against the Canaries.
At Carrow Road, the hosts have lost four of their last five league clashes with West Brom (W1).
Norwich City: W1 D2 L2 | West Brom: W2 L3
Stoke City Vs Watford
Stoke City have won exactly half (21) of their 42 Premier League home games under Mark Hughes’ management (D10 L11). Watford are unbeaten in their last five league meetings with Stoke City (W3 D2) and have kept a clean sheet in all five of these games. Stoke have failed to score in their last three league games at the Britannia Stadium against the Hornets (L2 D1).
Stoke City: W4 D1 | Watford: W2 D1 L2
West Ham United Vs Chelsea
West Ham United have won just one of their last 18 Premier League London derbies against Chelsea (W1 D3 L14). Chelsea has not conceded a single goal in any of their last five Premier League matches against the Hammers; last conceding in a 1-3 defeat in December 2012.
West Ham has scored with a league-high 22% of their shots this season in the Premier League while only Man City (24) has scored more goals than the Hammers (20).
West Ham: W2 D2 L1 | Chelsea: W1 D2 L2
Arsenal Vs Everton
Arsenal has lost just one of their last 16 Premier League meetings with Everton (W9 D6). However, the Toffees have lost only one of their last six PL games versus Arsenal with four of these games ending in a draw (W1 L1). Arsenal’s joint Premier League record win (7-0) came against Everton; this was at Highbury in May 2005.
Arsenal: W4 L1 | Everton: W2 D2 L1
Sunderland Vs Newcastle
Sunderland has won the last five Tyne-Wear derbies in league competition; their best ever run against Newcastle United. Newcastle has managed to score just one goal in their last 537 minutes of football against Sunderland.
Sunderland has won eight Premier League games against Newcastle; versus no other side have they won more often (also eight wins vs. Bolton and Everton).
Sunderland: L4 D1 | Newcastle: W1 D1 L3
AFC Bournemouth Vs Tottenham
This will be only the second competitive meeting between Bournemouth and Spurs, with the first coming in an FA Cup tie in 1957 which the south coast side won 3-1. Tottenham has lost just one of the last seven Premier League games that they’ve played on a Sunday (W4 D2 L1).
Spurs are the only side to have remained unbeaten following the opening match day; winning three and drawing five since their match-day 1 defeat to Manchester United.
Bournemouth: W2 D1 L2 | Tottenham: W1 D3 L1
Manchester United Vs Manchester City
Wayne Rooney has scored 11 goals in Manchester derbies (all competitions); more than any other player in this fixture. Rooney is 30 years old on the day before this match – no player has scored as many Premier League goals as he has by the age of 30 (187).
Manchester City has won six of their last eight Manchester derbies in league competition (L2); prior to this run, City had won six of their previous 42 derby games vs Man Utd.
Man United: W3 D1 L1 | Man City: W4 L1
Liverpool Vs Southampton
Liverpool has enjoyed three Premier League wins in a row over Southampton, conceding just one goal in the process; that being scored by Nathaniel Clyne (who now plays for Liverpool). Southampton’s 3-1 win at Chelsea on Match-day 8 was their first Premier League away win since February 7th, ending a 10-game away victory drought (L6 D4).
The Reds ran 116km in their first game under Jurgen Klopp last weekend; further than they had run in any single Premier League game since the start of 2013-14.
Liverpool: W2 D3 | Southampton: W3 D1 L1