Premier League 2018/19 Full Review

13th May 2019

Player Stats

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang became the sixth Arsenal player to score 20+ goals in a Premier
    League season. No side has seen more different players achieve this (Liverpool and Man Utd also
    six).
  • Bournemouth duo Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson combined for 12 Premier League goals – only
    Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton (13 for Blackburn Rovers in 1994-95) have ever combined for more
    in a single campaign.
  • Against Spurs in May, Bournemouth keeper Mark Travers became the first teenager goalkeeper to
    start a Premier League game since Joe Hart for Man City vs Sheffield United in October 2006.
  • Bruno’s assist for Glenn Murray for Brighton against Wolves in October was the oldest combined
    assister to scorer combination in Premier League history (73y 57d).
  • Eden Hazard scored his 100 th goal in all competitions for Chelsea, the 10 th player to do so for the
    club.
  • Richarlison scored six Premier League goals in his first nine Premier League games for Everton,
    one more than he netted in 38 appearances for Watford in 2017-18.
  • Aged 16 years and 30 days, Fulham’s Harvey Elliott became the youngest ever Premier League
    player when he appeared against Wolves in May, breaking the record previously held by Matthew
    Briggs, also of Fulham, in May 2007 (16y 68d).
  • Jamie Vardy has scored the first Premier League goal under each of the last four permanent
    Leicester City managers – Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare, Claude Puel and Brendan
    Rodgers.
  • Jamie Vardy scored his 100 th goal for Leicester in all competitions, the seventh player to do so for
    the club and first since Gary Lineker.
  • Paul Pogba reached double figures for league goals in a season for the first time in his top-flight
    career. He also registered more goal involvements (22) than he has in any previous campaign in
    the top five European leagues.
  • Salomón Rondón has been involved in 44% of Newcastle United’s Premier League goals this
    season (11 goals, 7 assists), the highest percentage by a Magpies player since Alan Shearer in
    2003-04 (50%).
  • Harry Kane’s goal against Southampton in March was his 200 th career goal for club and country.
  • With a hat-trick against Leicester in January, Diogo Jota became the first Wolves player to scored
    3+ goals in a top-flight match since John Richards in October 1977 – also against Leicester.
  • Raúl Jiménez scored 13 Premier League goals for Wolves this season, the most by a player for the club in a single Premier League campaign (previous record was 12 by Steven Fletcher in 2010-11).
  • All five of Diogo Jota’s Premier League assists have been for Wolves team-mate Raúl Jiménez, the most assists exclusively for one player in the history of the Premier League.

Team Facts

  • Arsenal lost their opening two games to a Premier League season for the first time since 1992-93.
  • Arsenal have now failed to finish in the top four of the top-flight in three consecutive seasons, their
    longest such run since a run of four campaigns between 1982-83 and 1985-86.
  • Bournemouth picked up their two biggest away wins in the Premier League this season, beating
    Watford 4-0 in October and Brighton 5-0 in April.
  • Brighton are the only team in Premier League history to have won 100% of their home games
    against Manchester United (2/2).
  • When Brighton visited Cardiff in November, it became the 100 th different fixture to have been played
    in all four tiers of English league football.
  • Burnley conceded just 39 Premier League goals in 2017-18 – they’d reached that number in just 19
    games this season.
  • This was Burnley’s fifth season in the Premier League, but the first where they failed to beat the
    reigning champions.
  • Chelsea suffered their biggest ever Premier League defeat at the hands of Man City in February
    2019, losing 0-6 at the Etihad.
  • Everton kept a home clean sheet against each of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester
    United, the first time that’s happened by a club in the top-flight since 1947-48, when both
    Manchester City and Blackpool achieved it.
  • Between January and April, Fulham conceded at least twice in 13 consecutive Premier League
    games, a record for a team within a single top-flight campaign.
  • Fulham lost all 10 of their London derby matches in 2018-19, becoming the first team to ever lose
    that many such games in a single top-flight campaign.
  • Huddersfield scored just 10 home goals in the Premier League in 2018-19; no side has ever scored
    fewer at home in a single campaign in the competition (Man City also 10 in 2006-07).
  • Huddersfield failed to score in a league-high 19 different Premier League games this season They’d
    also failed to score in a league-high 21 matches in the 2017-18 campaign.
  • Huddersfield became the first team in top-flight history not to score more than once in a single
    home league game across a season.
  • Huddersfield were officially relegated on March 30 th , the second earliest in terms of date a team has
    been relegated from the Premier League (Derby County, March 29 th 2008).
  • Manchester United conceded 54 goals this season, their most ever in a single Premier League
    campaign and most in a league season since 1978-79 (63).
  • Manchester United have kept just two home clean sheets in the Premier League this season – their
    fewest in a season since 1962-63.
  • Newcastle United lost 10 home Premier League games this season, their most in a league season
    since the 1988-89 campaign (also 10 defeats).
  • Southampton became the 13 th team in Premier League history to fail to win any of their opening
    seven home games of a season, but only the third to avoid relegation, along with Middlesbrough in
    2000-01 and Portsmouth in 2005-06.
  • Tottenham set a new Premier League record of going 28 games without a draw from the start of the
    season. Including last season, they were 32 games without a draw, also a Premier League record.
  • Tottenham have finished in the top four of the Premier League for the fourth consecutive season –
    their best run of finishes in the top-flight since a run of five consecutive top four finishes between
    1959-60 and 1963-64.
  • Spurs were the first top-flight team to draw none of their away games in a season since Norwich
    City in the 1980-81 campaign.
  • Watford won their first four matches in a top-flight season for the first time in their history.
  • Watford are only the second team in Premier League history to win their first four games of a
    season but finish outside the top-seven, along with Charlton Athletic in 2005-06.
  • West Ham lost their opening four Premier League games under Manuel Pellegrini – only the second
    time in their history they’ve lost their first league games in a season (also 2010-11).
  • With their 1-0 victory in April, West Ham became the first visiting club to win at Tottenham Hotspur’s
    new stadium. The Hammers were also the first away side to win at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium (1-0
    in April 2007).
  • Wolves earned 57 points in the Premier League this season, the most by a promoted club since
    Ipswich in 2000-01 (66).

Manager Facts

  • Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri remained unbeaten in his first 12 Premier League games, a new
    record for a manager at the start of his career in the competition.
  • Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson became the oldest ever manager to take charge of a
    Premier League game. He was aged 71y 276d against Bournemouth on the final day (his most
    recent game).
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the first Manchester United manager in history to win their first six
    league games in charge of the club.
  • Against Burnley in December, Mauricio Pochettino won his 100 th Premier League game as
    Tottenham manager, in his 169th game in charge of the club – 10 games fewer than it took Arsene
    Wenger to reach 100 league wins with Arsenal.

Miscellaneous Facts

  • Southampton’s Shane Long scored the fastest goal in Premier League history, netting after just
    7.69 seconds against Watford in April.
  • In their game against Brighton in April, Wolves became the first team since 2003-04 to not commit a
    single foul in a Premier League match.
  • The Premier League had three joint-highest scorers (Aubameyang, Mane, Salah) for the first time
    since the 1998-99 campaign (Yorke, Owen, Hasselbaink).
  • There were more goals scored this season (1072) than there were in any previous 20-team Premier
    League campaign.
  • 2018-19 saw the fewer draws (71) than any other Premier League campaign, while 2018-19 also
    saw the highest ratio of away wins than any other season in the competition 34%).
  • Three African players scored 20+ goals in the Premier League this season – no previous campaign
    had seen more than one player from the continent reach that figure.
  • The top two clubs earned 195 points combined this season – the most by the top-two clubs at the
    end of a top-flight season in history.

Premier League 18/19 Home Table

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD PTS

1 Manchester City 19 18 0 1 57 12 45 54
2 Liverpool 19 17 2 0 55 10 45 53
3 Arsenal 19 14 3 2 42 16 26 45
4 Chelsea 19 12 6 1 39 12 27 42
5 Tottenham Hotspur 19 12 2 5 34 16 18 38
6 Manchester United 19 10 6 3 33 25 8 36
7 Everton 19 10 4 5 30 21 9 34
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 19 10 4 5 28 21 7 34
9 West Ham United 19 9 4 6 32 27 5 31
10 Bournemouth 19 8 5 6 30 25 5 29
11 Leicester City 19 8 3 8 24 20 4 27
12 Watford 19 8 3 8 26 28 -2 27
13 Newcastle United 19 8 1 10 24 25 -1 25
14 Southampton 19 5 8 6 27 30 -3 23
15 Burnley 19 7 2 10 24 32 -8 23
16 Brighton and Hove Albion 19 6 5 8 19 28 -9 23
17 Fulham 19 6 3 10 22 36 -14 21
18 Crystal Palace 19 5 5 9 19 23 -4 20
19 Cardiff City 19 6 2 11 21 38 -17 20
20 Huddersfield Town 19 2 3 14 10 31 -21 9

Premier League 2018/2019 – Away Record

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD PTS
1 Manchester City 19 14 2 3 38 11 27 44
2 Liverpool 19 13 5 1 34 12 22 44
3 Tottenham Hotspur 19 11 0 8 33 23 10 33
4 Manchester United 19 9 3 7 32 29 3 30
5 Chelsea 19 9 3 7 24 27 -3 30
6 Crystal Palace 19 9 2 8 32 30 2 29
7 Leicester City 19 7 4 8 27 28 -1 25
8 Arsenal 19 7 4 8 31 35 -4 25
9 Watford 19 6 5 8 26 31 -5 23
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 19 6 5 8 19 25 -6 23
11 West Ham United 19 6 3 10 20 28 -8 21
12 Everton 19 5 5 9 24 25 -1 20
13 Newcastle United 19 4 8 7 18 23 -5 20
14 Burnley 19 4 5 10 21 36 -15 17
15 Southampton 19 4 4 11 18 35 -17 16
16 Bournemouth 19 5 1 13 26 45 -19 16
17 Cardiff City 19 4 2 13 13 31 -18 14
18 Brighton and Hove Albion 19 3 4 12 16 32 -16 13
19 Huddersfield Town 19 1 4 14 12 45 -33 7
20 Fulham 19 1 2 16 12 45 -33 5

Team Rankings – Goals

1 Manchester City 95
2 Liverpool 89
3 Arsenal 73
3 Tottenham Hotspur 67
5 Manchester United 65
6 Chelsea 63
7 Bournemouth 56
8 Everton 54
9 West Ham United 52
9 Watford 52
11 Crystal Palace 51
11 Leicester City 51
13 Wolverhampton Wanderers 47
14 Southampton 45
14 Burnley 45
16 Newcastle United 42
17 Brighton and Hove Albion 35
18 Cardiff City 34
18 Fulham 34
20 Huddersfield Town 22

Total Shots Attempted

1 Manchester City 683 260
2 Chelsea 607 198
3 Liverpool 575 226
4 Tottenham Hotspur 537 190
5 Manchester United 526 225
6 Leicester City 515 184
7 Everton 499 169
8 Crystal Palace 493 148
9 Southampton 483 162
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 477 152
11 Arsenal 467 170
12 Fulham 454 146
13 Bournemouth 446 163
14 Newcastle United 446 142
15 West Ham United 441 157
16 Watford 437 152
17 Cardiff City 417 126
18 Huddersfield Town 400 118
19 Brighton and Hove Albion 371 108
20 Burnley 360 116

Team Rankings – Shot Conversion %

1 Arsenal 467 15.63
2 Liverpool 575 15.48
3 Manchester City 683 13.91
4 Bournemouth 446 12.56
5 Burnley 360 12.5
6 Tottenham Hotspur 537 12.48
7 Manchester United 526 12.36
8 Watford 437 11.9
9 West Ham United 441 11.79
10 Everton 499 10.82
11 Chelsea 607 10.38
12 Crystal Palace 493 10.34
13 Leicester City 515 9.9
14 Wolverhampton Wanderers 477 9.85
15 Brighton and Hove Albion 371 9.43
16 Newcastle United 446 9.42
17 Southampton 483 9.32
18 Cardiff City 417 8.15
19 Fulham 454 7.49
20 Huddersfield Town 400 5.5

Team Rankings – Passing - Total & %

1 Manchester City - 26576 - 88.99%
2 Chelsea - 25073 - 87.58%
3 Liverpool - 23634 - 84.45%
4 Arsenal - 20804 - 83.32%
5 Tottenham Hotspur - 21291 - 83.2%
6 Manchester United - 19200 - 82.27%
7 Fulham - 17698 - 80.3%
8 Leicester City - 17219 - 79.2%
9 West Ham United - 16356 - 78.65%
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers - 16613 - 78.19%
11 Bournemouth - 15944 - 78.15%
12 Everton - 16494 - 77.32%
13 Crystal Palace - 15242 - 76.79%
14 Watford - 15457 - 76.12%
15 Huddersfield Town - 15899 - 75.78%
16 Brighton and Hove Albion - 14109 - 74.8%
17 Southampton - 14302 - 73.99%
18 Newcastle United - 13492 - 72.84%
19 Burnley - 13013 - 70.26%
20 Cardiff City - 10229 - 63.86%

Team Rankings - Average Possession %

1 Manchester City 68.13
2 Chelsea 63.39
3 Liverpool 62.18
4 Tottenham Hotspur 59.44
5 Arsenal 58.27
6 Manchester United 54.48
7 Everton 51.16
8 Leicester City 50.73
9 Fulham 48.53
10 West Ham United 47.93
11 Huddersfield Town 46.6
12 Watford 46.3
13 Wolverhampton Wanderers 46.25
14 Bournemouth 46.16
15 Crystal Palace 44.27
16 Southampton 43.02
17 Brighton and Hove Albion 41.4
18 Burnley 40.39
19 Newcastle United 39.37
20 Cardiff City 33.92

Team Rankings – Goals Conceded

1 Liverpool 22 21
2 Manchester City 23 20
3 Chelsea 39 16
4 Everton 46 14
5 Tottenham Hotspur 39 13
6 Crystal Palace 53 12
7 Newcastle United 48 11
8 Bournemouth 70 10
9 Cardiff City 69 10
10 Leicester City 48 10
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers 46 9
12 Burnley 68 8
13 Arsenal 51 8
14 Southampton 65 7
15 Brighton and Hove Albion 60 7
16 Watford 59 7
17 West Ham United 55 7
18 Manchester United 54 7
19 Fulham 81 5
20 Huddersfield Town 76 5

Team Rankings - Discipline

Rank Team Yellow Cards Red Cards Total Cards
1 Watford 77 4 81
2 Manchester United 73 4 77
3 Burnley 75 1 76
4 Southampton 71 3 74
5 Arsenal 72 2 74
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 72 1 73
7 Fulham 68 2 70
8 Cardiff City 66 1 67
9 Brighton and Hove Albion 60 4 64
10 Leicester City 57 5 62
11 Bournemouth 60 1 61
12 Crystal Palace 58 2 60
13 West Ham United 59 1 60
14 Huddersfield Town 55 4 59
15 Everton 55 4 59
16 Tottenham Hotspur 56 3 59
17 Newcastle United 57 2 59
18 Chelsea 49 0 49
19 Manchester City 44 1 45
20 Liverpool 37 2 39

Team Rankings – Average Age: Starting XI

Rank Team Years Days
1 Southampton 25 293
2 Everton 26 74
3 Leicester City 26 75
4 Fulham 26 148
5 Liverpool 26 179
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 26 203
7 Huddersfield Town 26 245
8 Manchester United 26 257
9 Bournemouth 26 353
10 Arsenal 27 48
11 Tottenham Hotspur 27 65
12 Manchester City 27 77
13 Newcastle United 27 99
14 Chelsea 27 278
15 Crystal Palace 27 321
16 Brighton and Hove Albion 27 325
17 West Ham United 28 10
18 Cardiff City 28 45
19 Burnley 28 135
20 Watford 28 323

Team Rankings – Points Won from Losing Positions

Rank Team Points Won from Losing Positions
1 Liverpool 16
2 West Ham United 15
3 Leicester City 14
3 Wolverhampton Wanderers 14
5 Manchester United 13
6 Arsenal 12
7 Burnley 11
7 Tottenham Hotspur 11
9 Chelsea 10
9 Watford 10
11 Cardiff City 9
12 Brighton and Hove Albion 8
13 Bournemouth 7
13 Fulham 7
13 Newcastle United 7
16 Crystal Palace 5
16 Southampton 5
18 Everton 4
18 Manchester City 4
20 Huddersfield Town 3

Team Rankings – Set-Piece Goals (Inc. Penalties)

Rank Team Set-Piece Goals % of Goals from Set-Pieces
1 Liverpool 29 32.6%
2 Bournemouth 21 37.5%
3 Manchester United 21 32.3%
4 Brighton and Hove Albion 19 54.3%
5 Crystal Palace 19 37.3%
6 Tottenham Hotspur 19 28.4%
7 Everton 18 33.3%
8 Arsenal 17 23.3%
9 Burnley 17 37.8%
10 West Ham United 17 32.7%
11 Chelsea 16 25.4%
12 Leicester City 16 31.4%
13 Manchester City 15 15.8%
14 Wolverhampton Wanderers 15 31.9%
15 Cardiff City 13 38.2%
16 Watford 13 25.0%
17 Newcastle United 12 28.6%
18 Southampton 12 26.7%
19 Huddersfield Town 11 50.0%
20 Fulham 8 23.5%

Team Rankings – Penalties Taken & Scored

Rank Team Penalties Taken Penalties Scored
1 Crystal Palace 11 10
2 Manchester United 12 9
3 Liverpool 7 7
4 Bournemouth 9 7
5 West Ham United 5 5
5 Chelsea 5 5
7 Brighton and Hove Albion 6 5
8 Leicester City 7 5
9 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 4
9 Tottenham Hotspur 4 4
11 Southampton 5 4
11 Arsenal 5 4
13 Manchester City 4 3
13 Cardiff City 4 3
15 Burnley 2 2
16 Fulham 3 2
17 Everton 5 2
18 Huddersfield Town 1 1
18 Watford 1 1
20 Newcastle United 3 1

Player Rankings – Goals

1 Sadio Mané Liverpool 22
1 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 22
1 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 22
4 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 21
5 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 18
6 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 17
6 Raheem Sterling Manchester City 17
8 Eden Hazard Chelsea 16
9 Callum Wilson Bournemouth 14
10 Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers 13
10 Gylfi Sigurdsson Everton 13
10 Glenn Murray Brighton and Hove Albion 13
10 Richarlison Everton 13
10 Paul Pogba Manchester United 13
10 Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal 13
16 Luka Milivojevic Crystal Palace 12
16 Son Heung-Min Tottenham Hotspur 12
16 Roberto Firmino Liverpool 12
16 Ayoze Pérez Newcastle United 12
16 Joshua King Bournemouth 12
16 Romelu Lukaku Manchester United 12
16 Ashley Barnes Burnley 12

Player Rankings – Assists

Rank Player Team Assists
1 Eden Hazard Chelsea 15
2 Ryan Fraser Bournemouth 14
3 Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur 12
3 Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool 12
5 Andrew Robertson Liverpool 11
6 Raheem Sterling Manchester City 10
6 Leroy Sané Manchester City 10
8 Paul Pogba Manchester United 9
8 Callum Wilson Bournemouth 9
10 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 8
10 Matt Ritchie Newcastle United 8
10 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 8
10 Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal 8
10 David Silva Manchester City 8
10 João Moutinho Wolverhampton Wanderers 8
16 Ashley Westwood Burnley 7
16 Salomón Rondón Newcastle United 7
16 Bernardo Silva Manchester City 7
16 Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers 7
16 James Maddison Leicester City 7

Player Rankings – Chances Created

Rank Player Team Chances Created
1 James Maddison Leicester City 100
2 Eden Hazard Chelsea 98
3 Ryan Fraser Bournemouth 93
4 João Moutinho Wolverhampton Wanderers 84
5 Willian Chelsea 79
6 Gylfi Sigurdsson Everton 74
7 Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur 73
7 David Silva Manchester City 73
9 Lucas Digne Everton 71
9 Bernardo Silva Manchester City 71
11 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 68
12 Raheem Sterling Manchester City 66
13 Felipe Anderson West Ham United 65
14 Andros Townsend Crystal Palace 61
15 Matt Ritchie Newcastle United 60
16 Robert Snodgrass West Ham United 59
16 Luka Milivojevic Crystal Palace 59
18 Jean Michael Seri Fulham 57
19 Paul Pogba Manchester United 55
20 Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool 48

Player Rankings – Goal Involvements (Goals & Assists)

Rank Player Team Goals Assists Goal Involvements
1 Eden Hazard Chelsea 16 15 31
2 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 22 8 30
3 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 21 8 29
4 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 22 5 27
4 Raheem Sterling Manchester City 17 10 27
6 Sadio Mané Liverpool 22 1 23
6 Callum Wilson Bournemouth 14 9 23
8 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 18 4 22
8 Paul Pogba Manchester United 13 9 22
10 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 17 4 21
10 Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal 13 8 21
10 Ryan Fraser Bournemouth 7 14 21
13 Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers 13 7 20
13 Leroy Sané Manchester City 10 10 20
13 Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur 8 12 20
16 Gylfi Sigurdsson Everton 13 6 19
17 Son Heung-Min Tottenham Hotspur 12 6 18
17 Roberto Firmino Liverpool 12 6 18
17 Salomón Rondón Newcastle United 11 7 18
20 Marcus Rashford Manchester United 10 6 16

Player Rankings – Passing

Rank Player Total Passes Passing Accuracy %
1 Jorginho 3119 89.23
2 Virgil van Dijk 3037 89.69
3 Aymeric Laporte 2999 92.33
4 David Luiz 2620 88.02
5 Antonio Rüdiger 2537 91.49
6 César Azpilicueta 2483 86.99
7 Andrew Robertson 2396 83.18
8 Kyle Walker 2389 90.16
9 Toby Alderweireld 2357 88.5
10 Granit Xhaka 2245 85.35
11 Paul Pogba 2069 82.84
12 Fernandinho 2050 87.46
13 N'Golo Kanté 2021 87.88
14 David Silva 2015 87.84
15 Ilkay Gündogan 1992 90.81
16 Luka Milivojevic 1987 79.92
17 Wilfred Ndidi 1985 79.85
18 Abdoulaye Doucouré 1942 83.37
19 Rúben Neves 1940 81.24
20 Marcos Alonso 1881 85.06

Player Rankings – Shooting

Rank Player Total Shots Shots on Target % of Shots on Target
1 Mohamed Salah 137 64 16.1
2 Aleksandar Mitrovic 131 48 8.4
3 Sergio Agüero 118 43 17.8
4 Raúl Jiménez 111 35 11.7
5 Paul Pogba 105 50 12.4
6 Harry Kane 102 46 16.7
7 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 94 40 23.4
8 Eden Hazard 93 43 17.2
9 Salomón Rondón 89 29 12.4
10 Sadio Mané 87 42 25.3
11 Gylfi Sigurdsson 86 34 15.1
12 Marcus Rashford 84 40 11.9
13 Christian Eriksen 83 30 9.6
14 Richarlison 83 29 15.7
15 James Maddison 83 28 8.4
16 Alexandre Lacazette 81 30 16.1
17 Jamie Vardy 79 40 22.8
18 Raheem Sterling 77 39 22.1
19 Roberto Firmino 75 35 16
20 Son Heung-Min 74 29 16.2

Player Rankings – Tackles

Rank Player Tackles
1 Wilfred Ndidi 143
1 Idrissa Gueye 143
3 Aaron Wan-Bissaka 129
4 Ricardo Pereira 117
5 João Moutinho 113
6 César Azpilicueta 105
7 Declan Rice 98
8 Etienne Capoue 90
9 Luka Milivojevic 89
9 Felipe Anderson 89
11 Willy Boly 84
11 Dale Stephens 84
11 James McArthur 84
14 Oriol Romeu 81
14 Andrew Robertson 81
16 Jonny 79
17 Mohamed Diamé 78
18 Jonathan Hogg 77
19 Jorginho 76

Player Rankings – Interceptions

Rank Player Interceptions
1 Etienne Capoue 86
2 Aaron Wan-Bissaka 84
3 Wilfred Ndidi 83
4 Sol Bamba 81
4 Bruno Ecuele Manga 81
6 Idrissa Gueye 75
7 Luka Milivojevic 73
7 Rúben Neves 73
7 Willy Boly 73
10 Jonathan Hogg 72
11 Christopher Schindler 70
11 Jan Bednarek 70
13 Calum Chambers 69
13 Zanka 69
15 Terence Kongolo 66
15 Fabian Schär 66
17 Issa Diop 63
17 Jorginho 63
19 Pierre-Emile Højbjerg 61

Player Rankings – Saves & Save Ratio

Rank Player Saves Saves to Shots %
1 Lukasz Fabianski 149 72.5
2 Neil Etheridge 141 66.67
3 Ben Foster 127 67.76
4 David de Gea 122 68.97
5 Sergio Rico 111 66.47
6 Bernd Leno 105 71.23
7 Hugo Lloris 101 75.19
8 Rui Patrício 97 67.61
9 Mat Ryan 97 63.82
10 Martin Dubravka 95 66.2
11 Jordan Pickford 94 66.67
12 Kasper Schmeichel 90 65.22
13 Jonas Lössl 88 61.7
14 Kepa Arrizabalaga 82 67.77
15 Alex McCarthy 78 63.93
16 Joe Hart 77 64.96
17 Alisson 76 77.08
18 Vicente Guaita 64 73.26
19 Tom Heaton 63 68.6
20 Asmir Begovic 60 55.66


Player Rankings – % of Team Goals Involved In

1 Eden Hazard Chelsea 31 49.2%
2 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 22 43.1%
3 Salomón Rondón Newcastle United 18 42.9%
4 Raúl Jiménez Wolverhampton Wanderers 20 42.6%
5 Aleksandar Mitrovic Fulham 14 41.2%
6 Callum Wilson Bournemouth 23 41.1%
7 Glenn Murray Brighton and Hove Albion 14 40.0%
8 Ryan Fraser Bournemouth 21 37.5%
9 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 27 37.0%
10 Gylfi Sigurdsson Everton 19 35.2%
11 Paul Pogba Manchester United 22 33.8%
12 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 30 33.7%
13 Ayoze Pérez Newcastle United 14 33.3%
14 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 21 31.3%
15 Ashley Barnes Burnley 14 31.1%
16 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 29 30.5%
17 Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur 20 29.9%
18 Diogo Jota Wolverhampton Wanderers 14 29.8%
19 Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palace 15 29.4%
20 Gerard Deulofeu Watford 15 28.8%

Premier League – ‘Big Six’ Mini League

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Manchester City 10 8 1 1 20 5 15 25
2 Liverpool 10 5 4 1 17 8 9 19
3 Arsenal 10 3 3 4 16 19 -3 12
4 Chelsea 10 3 3 4 12 19 -7 12
5 Tottenham Hotspur 10 2 1 7 11 15 -4 7
6 Manchester United 10 1 4 5 8 18 -10 7

Premier League – London Mini League

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Chelsea 10 7 1 2 16 9 7 22
2 Tottenham Hotspur 10 6 1 3 15 11 4 19
3 Arsenal 10 5 2 3 25 15 10 17
4 West Ham United 10 5 2 3 12 10 2 17
5 Crystal Palace 10 3 2 5 13 15 -2 11
6 Fulham 10 0 0 10 6 27 -21 0

Premier League – Quickest Goals

Date Exact Time Player Team Opposition Venue
23/04/2019 00:07 Long Southampton Watford Away
26/04/2019 00:15 Keita Liverpool Huddersfield Town Home
29/01/2019 00:24 Agüero Manchester City Newcastle United Away
03/02/2019 00:46 Agüero Manchester City Arsenal Home
01/12/2018 00:55 Zanka Huddersfield Town Brighton and Hove Albion Home
30/03/2019 01:18 Coady Burnley Wolverhampton Wanderers Home
22/09/2018 01:27 Gray Watford Fulham Away
13/04/2019 01:34 Redmond Southampton Wolverhampton Wanderers Home
15/09/2018 01:36 Sané Manchester City Fulham Home
26/12/2018 01:39 Mina Everton Burnley Away

Premier League – Latest Goals

Date Exact Time Player Team Opposition Venue
06/02/2019 96:52 Gabriel Jesus Manchester City Everton Away
20/10/2018 95:27 Barkley Chelsea Manchester United Home
10/12/2018 95:08 Digne Everton Watford Home
02/12/2018 95:07 Origi Liverpool Everton Home
13/01/2019 94:54 Calvert-Lewin Everton Bournemouth Home
11/02/2019 94:37 Boly Wolverhampton

Premier League – Longest Passes Sequences for Goals

Date Minute Player Team Opposition Passes Leading to Goal
11/11/2018 86 Ilkay Gündogan Manchester City Manchester United 44
07/10/2018 90 Álvaro Morata Chelsea Southampton 31
05/12/2018 62 James Milner Liverpool Burnley 26
22/02/2019 73 Troy Deeney Watford Cardiff City 26
08/12/2018 13 Ashley Young Manchester United Fulham 25
06/10/2018 47 Callum Wilson Bournemouth Watford 24
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