FACTMAN: The best head-to-head facts for Gameweek Fourteen of the Premier League.


Leicester v Man City

● Leicester City have lost nine of their last 11 Premier League matches against Manchester City (W2) and have lost their last three in a row.

● Manchester City have won their last three away Premier League games against Leicester without conceding a goal. Their last away defeat there was on Boxing Day in 2018, a 2-1 loss.

● Since Pep Guardiola took charge of Man City in 2016-17, no side has scored more Premier League goals against the Citizens than Leicester (17), despite the Foxes losing nine of their 12 games against them in this time.

Leicester v Man City markets


Bournemouth v Spurs

● Bournemouth have lost seven of their last 10 Premier League matches against Tottenham Hotspur (W1 D2), with their one win coming in May 2019 against a Spurs side that had two players sent off.

● In their five away Premier League visits to Bournemouth, Spurs have either failed to score (three times) or scored at least four goals (twice – 5-1 and 4-1 wins in 2015-16 and 2017-18 respectively).

● Bournemouth have failed to score in seven Premier League games this season, the joint most of any side (level with Wolves). They’ve also shipped 25 goals in their 12 games so far, only conceding more at this stage in one previous Football League season (29 in 1994-95 in the third tier)

Bournemouth v Spurs markets


Brentford v Wolves

● The away team won both of the Premier League meetings between Brentford and Wolves last season, a 2-0 win at Molineux for the Bees and 2-1 win for Wolves at the Gtech Community Stadium.

● Brentford have lost four of their last six league meetings with Wolves (W1 D1), with two of those defeats coming on home soil in March 2017 and January 2022.

● Wolves have lost each of their last four Premier League games in London, last losing more consecutively in the capital between September 2010 and November 2011 (6).

Brentford v Wolves markets


Brighton v Chelsea

● Brighton and Hove Albion have never beaten Chelsea in the Premier League in 10 previous meetings (D4 L6), with the last three all ending as draws.

● Chelsea have never lost against Brighton in 14 previous league meetings (W10 D4). Only three fixtures in Football League history have been played more often with one team unbeaten: Man City vs Bournemouth (17), Cardiff City vs Halifax Town (16) and Crystal Palace vs Wrexham (16).

● Brighton haven’t led for a single minute in any of their 10 Premier League games against Chelsea (D4 L6). The only team to play more games against a specific opponent without ever taking the lead in the competition is Portsmouth also against Chelsea (14).

Brighton v Chelsea markets


C. Palace v Southampton

● Crystal Palace won 2-1 against Southampton in April but have never won consecutive Premier League matches against the Saints.

● Southampton have lost just three of their 13 Premier League visits to Crystal Palace (W6 D4), although they are winless in their last two at Selhurst Park (D1 L1).

● Southampton have scored 40 goals in their 26 Premier League games against Crystal Palace, at an average of 1.5 per game. Of teams they’ve faced more than 20 times in the competition, only against Newcastle do they have a higher goals-per-game ratio (1.6).

Palace v Southampton markets


Newcastle v Aston Villa

● Newcastle United are unbeaten in their last 13 home Premier League matches against Aston Villa (W7 D6) since a 3-0 defeat in April 2005 with three Magpies players red carded (Steven Taylor, Lee Bowyer and Kieron Dyer).

● The last 10 Premier League meetings between Newcastle and Aston Villa have seen just 14 goals scored (9 for Villa, 5 for Newcastle). The Magpies haven’t scored more than once in a Premier League match against the Villans since a 2-1 win in September 2013.

● 21 points from 12 games marks Newcastle’s best return at this stage of a Premier League campaign since 2011-12 (25 points). This is the first time Newcastle are playing a Premier League game while starting the day in the top four of the table since April 2012, and a 4-0 defeat at Wigan Athletic.

Newcastle v Aston Villa markets


Fulham v Everton

● Fulham have won two of their last three Premier League games against Everton (L1), as many as in their previous 16 against the Toffees (W2 D2 L12).

● Everton won their last away Premier League match against Fulham in November 2020, winning 3-2. The Toffees have never won consecutive away league games against the Cottagers.

● Everton have lost more Premier League away games in London than any other side (85), with the Toffees winless in their last eight visits to the capital (D2 L6).

Fulham v Everton markets


Liverpool v Leeds

● Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League games against Leeds United (W7 D3) since a 2-1 home defeat in April 2001.

● Leeds have lost their last four away Premier League matches against Liverpool, shipping 16 goals in these defeats, including 10 in their last two visits (3-4 in 2020-21, 0-6 in 2021-22).

● Liverpool have already lost more Premier League games this season (3) than they did in the whole of 2021-22 (2), while their 16 points from 11 games is their worst return at this stage of a campaign since 2014-15 (14).

Liverpool  v Leeds markets


Arsenal v Nott’m Forest

● This is the first league meeting between Arsenal and Nottingham Forest since January 1999, a 1-0 away win for the Gunners. They’ve met four times in cup competitions since, with Arsenal winning the two League Cup ties and Forest winning two FA Cup ties.

● Nottingham Forest have won two of their last 27 league visits to Arsenal (D11 L14), with Brian Clough leading them to consecutive victories in 1987 and 1989.

● Nottingham Forest have won their last two league games in London, beating Millwall and Fulham 1-0 in the Championship last season. They’ve not won three consecutive away league games against sides from the capital since March 1989, the third game of which was at Arsenal (3-1).

Arsenal v Nott’m Forest markets


Man United v West Ham

● Manchester United have won their last four Premier League matches against West Ham, their best winning run against the Hammers since an eight-game run between 2008 and 2012.

● West Ham have picked up just three points in their last 14 Premier League visits to Man Utd (D3 L11) since their last win there in May 2007 thanks to a Carlos Tevez winner.

● West Ham have lost more away Premier League matches against Manchester United than they have versus any other side (21), while Man Utd have only won more home games against Spurs (24).

Man United v West Ham markets



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