Premier League in numbers: Week 38

As the Premier League season comes to an end, Sports Mole picks out a selection of statistics from each of the final 10 encounters.

Cardiff City 1-2 Chelsea

Cardiff striker Craig Bellamy scored his sixth goal against Chelsea - which is more than he has scored against any other Premier League club.

Up the other end, Fernando Torres found the net in the Premier League for the first time since January 11.

The victory means that the Blues have not lost against Cardiff in the league since February 1963.

Fernando Torres of Chelsea scores their second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Cardiff City and Chelsea at Cardiff City Stadium on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Fulham 2-2 Crystal Palace

The visiting Eagles ended the season having lost just one of their final eight encounters.

Dwight Gayle, who scored both of Palace's goals, took his tally for the campaign to seven, which made him the club's joint-leading goalscorer with Jason Puncheon.

As for relegated Fulham, their return of 32 points was the lowest that they have scored in the Premier League.

Dwight Gayle of Crystal Palace scores the opening goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Fulham and Crystal Palace at Craven Cottage on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Hull City 0-2 Everton

Going in to next weekend's FA Cup final, Hull are without a win from their last five Premier League outings, having lost four of those.

The loss to Everton means that Steve Bruce's side have still never won a Premier League game in the month of May.

The Toffees ended the campaign with 72 points to their name - their best return since the 1986-87 season when they were crowned champions.

Romelu Lukaku of Everton takes on Paul McShane of Hull City during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and Everton at KC Stadium on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Liverpool 2-1 Newcastle United

Liverpool became just the third team during the Premier League era along with Manchester City and Chelsea to score 100 or more goals during a season.

Twenty-one of those were scored by Daniel Sturridge, which earned the Reds 20 points in total.

The visiting Magpies are without a victory at Anfield in 19 attempts.

Liverpool's Danish defender Daniel Agger (Foreground R) celebrates with Liverpool's Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez (2nd R) and Liverpool's French defender Aly Cissokho on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Manchester City 2-0 West Ham United

The league title marked the first that Man City manager Manuel Pellegrini had won since his time in charge of Argentine side River Plate in 2003.

The champions ended the season having collected 52 points from their home fixtures - more than any of their counterparts.

As for West Ham, they collected just one point from their eight matches against the top four.

Vincent Kompany of Manchester City lifts the Premier League trophy at the end of the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Norwich City 0-2 Arsenal

Demoted Norwich head down to the Championship having lost three consecutive Premier League matches at Carrow Road for the first time since 1993-94.

Their return of 28 goals was the third-lowest ever scored during a Premier League campaign.

Meanwhile, Carl Jenkinson's first goal for Arsenal made him the 99th player to have found the net for Gunners in the Premier League.

Carl Jenkinson of Arsenal celebrates scoring the second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Norwich City and Arsenal at Carrow Road on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Southampton 1-1 Manchester United

Man United's club-record signing Juan Mata ended the season having scored six goals in as many appearances.

His goal secured a draw, which meant that Ryan Giggs won half of his four matches in interim charge of the Red Devils.

England's World Cup hopeful, Rickie Lambert, found the net for the 13th time for Southampton this season.

Juan Mata of Manchester United celebrates scoring during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Manchester United at St Mary's Stadium on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Sunderland 1-3 Swansea City

While Connor Wickham's goals have been crucial to Sunderland's survival, Fabio Borini's contribution has been equally as vital. His goal against Swansea took his tally to four in his last five outings.

The defeat meant that the Black Cats won just five home matches all season - the same number of victories that they recorded on the road.

Meanwhile, Swansea have not lost any of the 13 Premier League matches that Nathan Dyer has scored in.

Wilfried Bony of Swansea City celebrates with Jay Fulton and Jordi Amat as he scores their third goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Sunderland and Swansea City at Stadium of Light on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 Aston Villa

Aston Villa have conceded more goals to Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor (seven) than any other Premier League club.

The Togo international's effort meant that he ended the campaign having scored more Premier League goals (11) than any of his teammates.

Visiting Villa lost for the sixth time in a row away from Villa Park.

Emmanuel Adebayor of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates with team mates after scoring during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa at White Hart Lane on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


West Bromwich Albion 1-2 Stoke City

The 50 points that Stoke put on the board was the best total that the club has ever recorded in the Premier League.

Their win at West Brom came thanks partly to Charlie Adam's goal. It was the Scottish midfielder's fifth goal against the Baggies.

As for West Brom, the defeat was their 16th of the season and meant that they won just seven matches all term.

Charlie Adam of Stoke City celebrates as he scores their second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City at The Hawthorns on May 11, 2014© Getty Images


Edin Dzeko of Manchester City celebrates scoring the opening goal with Samir Nasri of Manchester City during the Barclays Premier League match against Crystal Palace on April 27, 2014
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Tables
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Manchester CityMan City1211104073334
2Manchester UnitedMan Utd128222762126
3Chelsea1281323101325
4Tottenham HotspurSpurs127232091123
5Liverpool126422417722
6Arsenal127142216622
7Burnley12642129322
8Watford125341921-218
9Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton124441313016
10Huddersfield TownHuddersfield12435817-915
11Newcastle UnitedNewcastle124261114-314
12Leicester CityLeicester123451618-213
13Bournemouth124171114-313
14Southampton12345914-513
15Stoke CityStoke123451524-913
16Everton123361224-1212
17West Bromwich AlbionWest Brom12246918-910
18West Ham UnitedWest Ham122371125-149
19Swansea CitySwansea12228715-88
20Crystal Palace12129624-185