MW31 stats: Koeman seeks Old Trafford first

04/04/2017

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Man Utd v Everton, 4 April

Everton manager can become the first to win three away PL matches at Man Utd in a row

Not only would a victory for Everton this evening draw the Toffees level on points with opponentsManchester United, but it would also break new ground in the Premier League.

Having won 1-0 at Man Utd in each of the past two seasons with Southampton, Ronald Koeman, now of Everton, could become the first manager to win three away matches at Old Trafford in a row.

Elsewhere on Tuesday Troy Deeney can achieve a PL first for a Watford player, while West Ham United have reason to travel to Arsenal full of optimism on Wednesday.

Tuesday 4 April

Burnley v Stoke City

Burnley v Stoke City, 4 April
Eight of the nine goals scored in PL matches between these sides have come in the first half

Leicester City v Sunderland

Leicester City v Sunderland, 4 April
Only versus Liverpool (5) has Jamie Vardy scored more PL goals against than Sunderland (3)

Watford v West Brom

Watford v West Brom, 4 April
Troy Deeney could become the first Watford player to score in four consecutive home PL matches

Man Utd v Everton

Man Utd v Everton, 4 April
Ronald Koeman could become the first manager to win three consecutive away PL matches at Old Trafford

Wednesday 5 April

Arsenal v West Ham

Arsenal v West Ham, 5 April
Only versus Fulham (6) have West Ham won more PL away matches than against Arsenal (5)

Hull City v Middlesbrough

Hull City v Middlesbrough, 5 April
Hull came from behind to win 2-1 in their only previous home PL match v Boro in 2008, all three goals coming in the final 12 minutes

Southampton v Crystal Palace

Southampton v Crystal Palace, 5 April
Crystal Palace are aiming to win five PL matches in a row for the third time

Swansea City v Spurs

Swansea City v Spurs, 5 April
Of all teams Spurs have faced 10+ times in the PL, they have their highest win rate (82%) and goals-per-match average (2.6) v Swansea

Chelsea v Man City

Chelsea v Man City, 5 April
Manchester City could win back-to-back PL visits to Chelsea for the first time

Liverpool v AFC Bounemouth

Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth, 5 April
AFC Bournemouth could record three clean sheets in a row for the first time in the Premier League

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