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West Ham United v Manchester City | 12.45 Saturday | BT Sport 1
- West Ham have W4 league games this season already – last season they hadn’t W4 league games until January.
- West Ham have scored 16 goals in 9 games and seen Over 2.5 Goals in 6/7.
- West Ham have allowed their opponents the fewest clear-cut chances (7).
- West Ham have L6/8 home to top-six teams.
- Man City have W5/6 away and won by 2+ in 8/13 away, leading at HT in 7/10 away.
- Man City have scored 2+ in 14/16 league games now but conceded 15 goals in all competitions this season.
- Man City beat West Ham 4 times last season and W5 D1 in the last 6 league meetings. They’ve had W-W double results in the last 5 meetings.
Liverpool v Hull City | 15.00 Saturday
- Liverpool have had W-W double results in 15/20 home league games and only L2/20 home in he Premier League.
- Liverpool have only W5/11 Premier League games since their 11-game winning streak.
- Liverpool have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 19/22 league games and kept just 1/14 league clean sheets.
- Hull have scored in every Premier League game this season, along with Chelsea and Everton.
- Hull have scored 2+ in their last 5 games but also conceded 2+ in 6/7 away – that’s led to 6/7 away featuring Over 2.5 Goals.
- Hull’s last 2 away games have ended 2-2 and they’ve conceded first in 10/14 away.
- Hull have only W1 D4 L13 of their 18 games against Liverpool, conceding 10 goals in 3 visits to Anfield in the Premier League.
Southampton v Stoke | 15.00 Saturday
- Southampton have W5 D1 L2 – their best start to a top-flight season since 1983-84.
- Southampton have had the most shots-on-target this season with 50 and scored 14 home league goals.
- Southampton have kept clean sheets in 3/4 home games with their last 3 also going Over 2.5 Goals, scoring 2+ in each.
- Stoke have scored in all 5 of their away games this season.
- Stoke have only allowed their opponents 20 shots-on-target – the fewest in the league.
- Both teams have scored in the last 7 meetings between the two teams with the last 4 ending in draws.
Sunderland v Arsenal | 15.00 Saturday
- Sunderland (2) have kept more clean sheets than Arsenal (1) this season despite last week’s 8-0 defeat.
- Sunderland have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 7/10 home games against top-half sides and Over 3.5 Goals in 5/10 against top-half teams.
- Arsenal have L1/13 Premier League games and W6/8 away to bottom-six teams.
- Should Arsenal fail to win it will be their worst start to a season under Arsene Wenger and should they lose, they will have only half of the points tally at the same stage as last season.
- Arsenal have only L1/21 Premier League games against Sunderland and have W3 on the spin at the Stadium of Light.
West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace | 15.00 Saturday
- West Brom W4/19 home league games last season and W1/4 at The Hawthorns this season.
- They’ve D8/13 at home. West Brom have only L2/13 Premier League games against London clubs.
- West Brom have seen Over 2.5 Goals in their last 3 games.
- Crystal Palace are 5 points down based on results in the equivalent fixtures from last season but have only L2/8.
- Crystal Palace have conceded 2+ goals in 9/11 league games.
- Crystal Palace have averaged just 34% possession – the lowest in the league.
- Crystal Palace have seen HT draws in 11/15 away games.
- Crystal Palace have only L1/8 against West Brom.
Swansea City v Leicester City | 17.30 Saturday | Sky Sports 1
- Swansea have D2 L3 in their last 5 having W3 on the spin to start the season.
- Swansea have scored first in 6/9 home games against promoted teams.
- Swansea have kept 4/6 home clean sheets.
- Leicester have D1 L2 in their last 3, failing to score in 2/3.
- Leicester have seen 4/4 away go Under 2.5 Goals.
- Leicester have conceded the most shots-on-target in the league (46).
- The last 6 meetings have been won by the home side.
Burnley v Everton | 13.30 Sunday | Sky Sports 1
- Burnley have conceded 2+ goals in their last 3 games – 9 in total – with all 3 seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
- Burnley have scored just 4 goals – failing to net in 5/8.
- Burnley have W2/13 Premier League home games.
- Everton have scored in every league this season and only the top three have scored more than their total of 16 goals.
- Everton have d5/8 away to promoted teams and had HT draws in 6/10 away to promoted clubs.
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United | 13.30 Sunday
- Spurs have L8/15 games immediately after a European match, including L2/3.
- Spurs have W10/13 home games against bottom-six clubs.
- Spurs have scored 6 of their 10 league goals before HT.
- Newcastle have L8/11 away and L3 on the spin ‘to nil’ away in London.
- Newcastle have scored 6 of their 8 goals in the second-half.
- Newcastle have kept 1/19 league clean sheet against Spurs whilst 0/17 meetings at White Hart Lane have ended in a draw.
Manchester United v Chelsea | 16.00 Sunday | Sky Sports 1
- Man Utd have had W-W double results in 6/8 home league games and W3 on the spin at home.
- Man Utd have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 10/11 home league games and scored 2+ in their last 5.
- Man Utd have seen Under 2.5 Goals at home to top-six teams.
- Chelsea have W10/14 away league games and W7 D1 in the league this season.
- Chelsea have scored 2+ in 7/8 this season but Under 2.5 Goals in 7/8 away to top-six teams.
- Chelsea have only L6/22 Premier League games against Man Utd and kept 2 clean sheets on the spin at Old Trafford.
Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa | 20.00 Monday | Sky Sports 1
- QPR have L9/11 Premier League games.
- QPR have taken 4points from 8 games, 1 point better than at this stage in their last Premier League campaign.
- QPR have conceded 2+ in their last 5 league games (13 in total) but have scored 2 in each of their last 2 home games – 4/5 games have seen Over 2.5 Goals.
- Aston Villa have L4 on the spin ‘to nil’ whilst leaking 11 and L8/10 away games.
- Aston Villa have L9/10 away to London teams and failed to net in their last 5 in the capital.
- Aston Villa have had just 12 shots-on-target this season – a league low.
- Aston Villa have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 8/13 away games.
- Aston Villa have D3/4 Premier League meetings with QPR with both clashes at Loftus Road ending 1-1.