Facts: Which Premier League side has hit the woodwork five more times than any other?

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Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal

  • Liverpool have struck the woodwork 19 times this season, five more than any other side.
  • Laurent Koscielny completed all 34 passes he attempted - no one else to make 20+ passes this weekend managed a 100% success rate.
  • All five of Raheem Sterling’s shots were on target in this match.

Liverpool are definite title contenders • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Aston Villa 0-2 West Ham

  • Aston Villa managed only 1 shot on target in this game.
  • West Ham scored with both of their shots on target.
  • Aston Villa had their highest possession figure of the season in this game (68%).
  • Between them, James Collins and James Tomkins made 36 clearances in this match.

No Carroll? No bother • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle

  • Chelsea (8) only had two more shots on target than Newcastle (6) in this game.
  • Newcastle won a round-high 88% of headers in their own box this weekend.

Newcastle blinded by Hazard lights • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Crystal Palace 3-1 West Brom

  • Palace’s pass completion of 62% was their lowest figure in the Premier League this season.
  • West Brom found a team-mate with 5 of 7 corners into the Palace box, more than any other side this weekend.

Pass-happy Baggies fail to make possession count • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Norwich 0-0 Man City

  • Only 2 of Manchester City’s 15 total attempts in this game were on target. Two shots on target is City’s lowest return this season, and their lowest since April 2013 against Wigan (also two).
  • David Silva created 6 goalscoring chances this weekend, a joint high with Villa’s Marc Albrighton.

Wayward City pay the price • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Southampton 2-2 Stoke

  • Saints played a round-high 28 unsuccessful long balls in this fixture.
  • Stoke were the only side not to see a shot blocked this weekend.      

Shoddy second half fails to deliver at St Mary's • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Sunderland 0-2 Hull

  • Sunderland managed just 2 shots at goal from inside the box in this game, a low figure for the weekend.
  • Hull had the best dribble success rate of the round, completing 9 of 10 attempted.

Hosts see red (again) as Jelavic runs riot • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Swansea 3-0 Cardiff

  • Swansea had 432 touches in their own half this match, a high figure for round 25.
  • Cardiff had the best tackle success rate this weekend (75%).

It just gets worse for Cardiff • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Tottenham 1-0 Everton

  • Leon Osman (2) had as many shots on target in the match as the entire Tottenham team.
  • James McCarthy won a round-high 11 tackles in this match. Only two players have won more in a Premier League match this season.

Everton need an Adebayor to call their own • Analyse it with Stats Zone

Man United 2-2 Fulham

  • Manchester United attempted 82 crosses against Fulham (including corners, free-kicks and open-play deliveries); more than any side has made in a single Premier League game since the beginning of the 2006/07 season.
  • Just 18 of Manchester United's 82 crosses against Fulham found a team-mate.
  • Robin van Persie managed 18 touches in the Fulham box, more than any other player this weekend.

Man United and Moyes border on crisis territory • Analyse it with Stats Zone