Premier League: The biggest stats of the weekend

After tonight’s Merseyside Derby, Premier League fans will have to go a whole week without any action.

Nonetheless, there’s still a full weekend of drama, controversy, surprise results, shocking performances and a subsequent array of intriguing statistics to reflect on before the seven-day drought kicks in.

Indeed, it was another enthralling weekend in the Premier League, starting off with another dominant performance from Chelsea and finishing with a potentially fatal defeat for Arsenal at the hands of Manchester City.

Somewhere in between, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur dragged themselves a little closer to the top four, Sunderland moved just one point away from safety and Swansea City and Hull slipped further adrift at the foot of the table.

As per usual, FootballFanCast have spent Monday morning mulling through the stats in the hope of unearthing a few numerical gems. With that in mind, here’s a look at the biggest, most shocking and intriguing stats from the weekend’s Premier League action.

 


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