EPL Matchweek 26 Preview: Chelsea seeking to extend 24 year old unbeaten home run vs Leeds
Man United aiming do their ninth Premier League double over Liverpool
Chelsea Vs Leeds United
Chelsea have won their last five Premier League home matches against Leeds and have not lost to them at Stamford Bridge since 1999.
Javi Garcia can be only the second Leeds manager to win first two Premier League matches, after Terry Venables.
Southampton Vs Leicester City
Southampton are looking to beat Leicester City home and away in a Premier League season for the first time.
Leicester City have won eight of their last 10 Premier League matches against sides starting the day bottom of the table (D1 L1).
Man City Vs Newcastle
Man City can equal the Premier League record of 14 consecutive home wins against an opponent if they beat Newcastle at the Etihad on Saturday.
Newcastle are on an eight-match unbeaten away run (W4 D4), their best streak in Premier League history.
Arsenal Vs Bournemouth
Arsenal have won their last eight Premier League matches against promoted teams, their best such run since 2003.
AFC Bournemouth are looking to win consecutive Premier League away matches for the first time since 2018.
Aston Villa Vs Crystal Palace
Ollie Watkins needs two goals to be the first Aston Villa player since 2015 to reach double figures in three straight Premier League campaigns.
Crystal Palace are looking to do only a second Premier Leaguedouble over Aston Villa, previously doing so in 2013/14 season.
Brighton Vs West Ham
Brighton have never lost in 11 previous Premier League meetings with West Ham (W5 D6).
Danny Ings can be the first player to sore 2+ goals against an opponent with two clubs in a Premier League season.
Wolves Vs Tottenham
Wolves are aiming to end a six-match winless run vs Tottenham (D2 L4), last beating them at Molineux in 2010.
Tottenham can do only a second Premier League double over Wolves, and first since 2003/04 season.
Liverpool v Man United
Liverpool are defending their longest ever unbeaten home run against Man United in the Premier League (W3 D3).
Man United can do their ninth Premier League double over Liverpool, more than any other side.
Mo Salah is Liverpool’s all-time highest goalscorer against Man United in all competitions, with 10 goals.
Marcus Rashford can be only the fourth Man United player to score in six straight Premier League matces.
Nott’m Forest v Everton
Only Man United (11) are on a longer unbeaten home Premier League run than Nothingham Forest’s eight matches.
Everton are looking to end the longest ever winless run by an ever-present Premier League team versus promoted sides.
Brennan Johnson has scored three goals in his last three Premier League home matches.
Brentford v Fulham
Brentford are unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League matches, the longest current run in the competition.
If Fulham win, they will set a club-record total of six away victories in a Premier League campaign.
Brentford have won four of their last five home league matches versus Fulham.
Manor Solomon can be the first player in Premier League history to score in four straight matches all as a sbstitute.