Premier League facts: Looking ahead to Manchester United vs Arsenal and the rest of the weekend's matches

The key numbers and pre-match analysis on every Premier League game taking place this weekend

Ahead of this weekend's top-flight action, using our free football app - Independent Football Live - we generated key match facts for every Premier League fixture...

West Ham vs Sunderland - Saturday, 12.45pm

The Hammers have won seven and lost just one of the last 10 Premier League home games against the Black Cats.

Former West Ham boss Sam Allardyce returns to his old club. He had a 31% win percentage rate compared to new boss Slaven Bilic who has won 38% of his games in charge. Bilic has the best win percentage of any West Ham manager in the Premier League era (min. 4 games).

West Ham United have conceded the highest proportion of goals in the first half of matches this season (61%).

Dimitri Payet has scored or assisted 12 Premier League goals this season (seven goals, five assists); twice as many as any other West Ham player.

Sunderland have conceded the joint-most penalties in the Premier League this season along with Norwich City (7)

Stoke vs Aston Villa - Saturday, 3pm

The Potters have lost just two of the last 12 Premier League contests against the Villans (W5 D5 L2).

The Villans have now lost more games than any other team in Premier League history (322) as well as having drawn the most (274).

Stoke and Aston Villa have failed to score in a joint-high 11 Premier League matches this season (also equal with Newcastle).

Aston Villa have scored just four goals in the last nine Premier League away games.

No team with 16 points or fewer after 26 games of a Premier League season has ever finished above last place in the division.

Watford vs Bournemouth - Saturday, 3pm

This will be the 100th league meeting between these two teams, with both sides having won 35 of the matches.

Bournemouth have dropped 14 points from winning positions this season, more than any other team in the Barclays Premier League.

The Cherries have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches than any other team in the top division (8).

Watford have conceded the highest proportion of second half goals of any team in the top flight this season (71%).

The last time Troy Deeney faced Bournemouth at Vicarage Road he scored a hat trick in a 6-1 victory over the Cherries in August 2013.

Southampton vs Chelsea - Saturday, 3pm

Southampton have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 11 Premier League games against Chelsea.

There have been four goals netted inside the first 20 minutes in the last three Premier League meetings between Chelsea and Southampton.

Diego Costa has scored seven goals in his last eight Premier League appearances.

Southampton have gone nine hours and 14 minutes since they last conceded a Premier League goal.

Ronald Koeman has the best win percentage of any Southampton manager in Premier League history (45.3%).

Leicester vs Norwich - Saturday, 3pm

Norwich City have won just one and lost nine of the last 12 Premier League away games.

The Canaries have gone 13 Premier League games on the road without a clean sheet.

Mahrez and Vardy (33) have scored more Premier League goals between them this season than the whole Norwich City team (30).

Leicester have conceded just three goals in their last eight Premier League matches at the King Power Stadium and have gone six hours and 13 minutes since they last conceded on home soil.

Jamie Vardy has won more penalties in the Premier League this season alone (6) than all of the other 19 Premier League teams.

WBA vs Crystal Palace - Saturday, 5.30pm

West Bromwich Albion have fired in fewer shots on target than any other team in the Barclays Premier League (77).

Crystal Palace have won none of their last nine Premier League matches (W0 D3 L6) and scored just four goals in that run.

Only Alan Pardew (43%) has a better Premier League win percentage as Crystal Palace manager than Tony Pulis managed as boss of the Eagles (42%).

The Baggies and the Eagles have both scored a joint-high eight goals from corners in the Premier League this season (along with Manchester City).

Crystal Palace have scored more goals via defenders than any other Premier League team this season (8).

Man Utd vs Arsenal - Sunday, 2.05pm

Arsenal have won none and lost six of their last eight Premier League trips to Old Trafford.

Arsenal have dropped seven points from winning positions away from home, the joint-most in the Premier League along with Man Utd.

Arsenal have kept five clean sheets in their last eight Premier League matches.

Only three players (Thierry Henry 20 in 2002/03, Frank Lampard 18 in 2004/05 and Cesc Fabregas, 18 in 2014/15) have assisted more goals in a single Premier League season than Mesut Ozil (17) in 2015/16.

Manchester United have scored 995 goals at Old Trafford in the Premier League.

Tottenham vs Swansea - Sunday, 2.05pm

Swansea have collected just 0.22 points per game on average in the Premier League against Spurs; fewer than against any other opponent in the competition.

Tottenham Hotspur have recovered 14 points from losing positions in the Premier League; more than any other team in the division.

Harry Kane has scored 15 goals in his last 17 Premier League appearances for Tottenham Hotspur.

Spurs have fired in more shots on target than any other team in the Premier League this season (170).

Tottenham have only allowed 79 shots on target against them in 2015/16, fewer than any other team in the top flight.

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