Premier League 2015-16 in numbers: Week 11

Sports Mole looks back on the 11th batch of 2015-16 Premier League matches with a selection of statistics from each of the 10 encounters.

Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho (2nd L) of Liverpool celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on October 31, 2015© Getty Images

This was the first time that Liverpool scored more than twice in a league match at Stamford Bridge since December 1989.

It also ended a run of seven Premier League matches for the Merseysiders without a victory over the West Londoners.

Jose Mourinho has now overseen six Premier League defeats this term - the Chelsea boss has never lost more in a single campaign at Chelsea.


Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United shoots at goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Manchester United at Selhurst Park on October 31, 2015© Getty Images

The visiting Red Devils have now gone 325 minutes in all competitions without finding the back of the net.

As for hosting Palace, they have not recorded a league victory over United since a 3-0 triumph in May 1991.

They have also scored only once in their last six Premier League meetings with the men from Old Trafford.


Manchester City 2-1 Norwich City

Referee Robert Madley shows Norwich City's Scottish defender Russell Martin (R) a red card during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Norwich City at The Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England on October 31, 201© Getty Images

In his seven appearances against Norwich, match-winner Yaya Toure has been involved six goals - three for himself and three assists.

The Citizens have tasted defeat versus the Canaries just twice in the last 15 Premier League meetings between the two sides.

Meanwhile, Alex Neil's Norwich have lost their last four Premier League matches.


Newcastle United 0-0 Stoke City

Jack Butland of Stoke City and Aleksandar Mitrovic of Newcastle United compete for the ball during the Barclays Premier League match between Newcastle United and Stoke City at St James' Park on October 31, 2015© Getty Images

The hosting Magpies have registered 36 shots in their last two Premier League outings, but they have not scored with any of them.

However, this 0-0 draw did see Newcastle end a run of seven Premier League games without a clean sheet.

No goalkeeper has made more saves in the Premier League this season than Stoke's Jack Butland (46).


Swansea City 0-3 Arsenal

Joel Campbell (L) of Arsenal celebrates scoring his team's third goal with his team mate Santi Cazorla (R) during the Barclays Premier League match between Swansea City and Arsenal at Liberty Stadium on October 31, 2015© Getty Images

Costa Rica international Joel Campbell scored his first goal for Arsenal in what was his 15th appearance for the club.

Also on the scoresheet was Laurent Koscielny, who has scored in back-to-back games for the first time in his Arsenal career.

The Swans have scored only six goals in as many outings at the Liberty Stadium this season.


Watford 2-0 West Ham United

Odion Ighalo of Watford celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Watford and West Ham United at Vicarage Road on October 31, 2015© Getty Images

No side has received more red cards in the Premier League this season than West Ham, who have had four players dismissed.

The Hammers tasted defeat at Vicarage Road for the first time since 1985, which ended a run of 11 matches without a loss.

Odion Ighalo's brace means that he is now Watford's leading goalscorer in Premier League history, having found the net seven times.


West Bromwich Albion 2-3 Leicester City

Jamie Vardy of Leicester City celebrates scoring his team's third goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Leicester City at The Hawthorns on October 31, 2015© Getty Images

Leicester's Jamie Vardy has joined Daniel Sturridge and Ruud van Nistelrooy in scoring in eight successive Premier League matches.

Of the 17 goals that the Foxes have scored in the Premier League this term, 14 have come in the second half of matches.

West Brom's Rickie Lambert has converted all seven of the penalties that he has taken in the Premier League.


Everton 6-2 Sunderland

Arouna Kone of Everton celebrates scoring his side's fifth goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Sunderland at Goodison Park on November 1, 2015 in Liverpool, England. © Getty Images

Arouna Kone is the fifth Ivorian to score a hat-trick in the Premier League after Aruna Dindane, Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou and Yaya Toure.

His hat-trick sealing goal was the 300th to have been scored in the Premier League this season.

The visiting Black Cats have conceded 25 goals in their 11 matches this term - no side has shipped more.


Southampton 2-0 Bournemouth

Graziano Pelle of Southampton performs a haka style celebration with Southampton sports therapist Graeme Staddon as he scores their second goal as Ronald Koeman manager of Southampton looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton a© Getty Images

Southampton's Graziano Pelle has scored 10 goals in his 12 appearances at the St Mary's Stadium.

The Saints are unbeaten in their last six matches against Bournemouth, having won on five occasions and drawn once.

Only Sunderland (18) have conceded more goals away from home in the Premier League this season than the Cherries (16).


Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Aston Villa

Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur is foiled by goalkeeper Brad Guzan of Aston Villa during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa at White Hart Lane on November 2, 2015© Getty Images

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has now scored 21 Premier League goals in 2015, which is three more than any other player.

His impact helped Spurs to extend their unbeaten run in the top flight to 10 matches.

As for visiting Villa, they are the fourth team in Premier League history to have lost nine of their opening 11 games.


Mauro Zarate (2nd L) of West Ham United celebrates scoring his team's first goal with his team mates during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Chelsea at Boleyn Ground on October 24, 2015
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