All the key numbers from Premier League, gameweek 17
19 matches were played over the weekend in gameweek 17 of the Premier League 2019-20 season. Crystal Palace versus Brighton will be held tonight. It was another fascinating week with some crucial results on offer. League leaders Liverpool continued their march. Manchester City and Tottenham gained away victories. Here are all the key numbers from gameweek 17.
Here's what happened in gameweek 17
Here are all the results: Liverpool 2-0 Watford, Burnley 1-0 Newcastle, Chelsea 0-1 Bournemouth, Leicester 1-1 Norwich, Sheffield United 2-0 Aston Villa, Southampton 0-1 West Ham, Manchester United 1-1 Everton, Wolves 1-2 Tottenham, Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City.
Arsenal lose fifth successive EPL match against City
Arsenal have lost five successive EPL matches against City. This was Pep Guardiola's sixth win out of seven against Arsenal in the league. The Gunners have gone six games without a win at Emirates Stadium across all competitions. Arsenal also conceded three first-half goals in a home EPL game for only the second time. Raheem Sterling scored his seventh away league goal this season.
Spurs excel against Wolves under Jose Mourinho
Spurs have won two of their three EPL away games under Jose Mourinho. This is as many as the side did in Mauricio Pochettino's final 14 away games in the competition. Mourinho hasn't lost any of his last 54 EPL games when his side has scored the opening goal. Lucas Moura has now scored three goals in five Premier League appearances under Mourinho.
No clean sheet for United in last 12 league games
United have lost just one of their last 27 home league games against Everton. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side is without a clean sheet in their last 12 league matches. United's Mason Greenwood is the youngest goal-scorer (18y 75d) at Old Trafford for United in the Premier League since Federico Macheda in April 2009 against Aston Villa (17y 226d).
League leaders Liverpool on a run
League leaders Liverpool are unbeaten in 34 EPL games (W29 D5). This is the third-longest run in the history of the competition. Struggling Watford have won just nine points from 17 games this season. Talisman Mohamed Salah has now scored 84 goals in 126 appearances in all competitions for the Reds. Liverpool have also won their last 16 home top-flight matches.
Key numbers from Chelsea and Leicester's matches
Bournemouth have won three Premier League games against Chelsea since being promoted in 2015. The Blues have lost two of their last three EPL home games. They have also failed to score in two of their last three games at Stamford Bridge. Meanwhile, Norwich have won just once in their last 12 league games. Leicester City are unbeaten in their last nine EPL games.