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Premier League Round 37: Did You Know?

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There's a big weekend of Premier League action coming up!


Before the matches kick off, we've got some fun facts about this week's fixtures:


Arsenal v Burnley

This will be Arsene Wenger’s 606th and final home match as manager of Arsenal. His first was a 0-0 draw against Coventry City on 19 October 1996.

Bournemouth v Swansea

AFC Bournemouth are unbeaten in their five Premier League meetings with Swansea City (winning 3 and drawing 2), keeping a clean sheet in each of the last three.

Brighton v Man United

Having already lost at Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town this season, Man Utd are aiming to avoid losing away to three promoted sides in a single top-flight campaign for the first time.

Chelsea v Liverpool

Mo Salah, Dominic Solanke and Victor Moses could all face their former club this weekend, although Moses was only on loan from Chelsea when he made 22 appearances for Liverpool.

Everton v Southampton

The Toffees have the chance to win three consecutive Premier League matches for the first time since January 2017, while Saints are looking to secure back-to-back victories for the first time since April 2017.

Leicester v West Ham

West Ham have scored in each of their last 10 away Premier League matches. They last had a longer run in the top flight in December 1966, with 14 matches.

Man City v Huddersfield

Gabriel Jesus has scored in his last four appearances for Man City in all competitions. The last player to score in five in a row for the club was Sergio Aguero with a run of six in April 2017.

Stoke v Crystal Palace

Stoke City have won only two of their nine Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace. But they were both at home, in their first such meeting (2-1 in August 2013) and their most recent encounter at bet365 Stadium (1-0 in February 2017).

Watford v Newcastle

Newcastle have never won a top-flight away match against Watford (drawing 4 and losing 3). Only at Wimbledon have they played more without a victory (10 times).

West Brom v Spurs

West Bromwich Albion’s only two home Premier League wins over Spurs have been in seasons in which they have been relegated (2005/06 and 2008/09).