Premier League Matchday 6 H2H

Premier League Matchday 6 H2H

​Chelsea vs Manchester City sat.(12:30pm)

Chelsea have won their last three meetings with Manchester City in all competitions,
in the FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League.
They last had a longer winning run against the Citizens between December 2005 and March 2009 (8 games).

Manchester United vs Aston Villa(12:30)

Manchester United have won 18 of their last 21 home league games against Aston Villa
(D2 L1), failing to score on just one occasion in that run.

​Everton vs Norwich City(3:00pm)

Over their last two Premier League seasons, Teemu Pukki has scored 46% of Norwich’s,
Premier League goals (13/28), netting both of the Canaries’ goals so far in this campaign.

​Leeds United vs West Ham United(3:00pm)

West Ham won both league meetings against Leeds United last season,
as many victories as they’d managed in their previous 28 against the Whites (D8 L18).
They’ve not won three in a row against the Yorkshire side since August 1949 (a run of four).

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Leicester City vs Burnley(3:00pm)

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has won all five of his home games against Burnley in all competitions.
In his managerial career, he’s only got a better home win ratio against Motherwell (6/6).

Watford vs Newcastle United(3:00pm)

Newcastle have won just one of their last nine away league games against Watford.
(D4 L4), while they’ve never won a top-flight match at Vicarage Road before (D5 L5).

Brentford vs Liverpool (17:30pm)

Mohamed Salah has scored 99 goals in 150 Premier League games for Liverpool.
A goal here would see him become the fastest player to score 100 top-flight goals for the Reds.
With that record currently being held by Roger Hunt (152 games).

Southampton vs Wolves Sun(2:00pm)

Southampton have won just one of their last 10 league meetings with Wolves (D4 L5), a 3-1 home win in April 2019.

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur(4:30pm)

Spurs’ Harry Kane is the all-time highest goalscorer in competitive meetings between Arsenal and Tottenham with 11 goals.
He failed to score against Arsenal in their last meeting in March.
But has never gone without a goal against the Gunners in back-to-back games.

Crystal Palace vs Brighton Mon(8:00pm)

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has scored seven goals against Brighton in his career (all competitions) – against no side has he scored more in English football.
The Ivorian has scored four goals in his last four against the Seagulls at Selhurst Park.

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