The miracle Villa need, grim viewing for United and more essential Prem stats

first_img Guus Hiddink lost his FIRST game since taking over as Chelsea manager – Swansea were the team that ended Chelsea’s 15-game unbeaten run 500 – This is how many points Everton have now earned in the Premier League era (1992/93 onwards) – click the arrow above, right, to see more stats from the weekend – James McCarthy’s goal for Everton was cancelled out shortly afterwards by Jose Holebas in the 1-1 draw with Watford. Norwich have kept just ONE clean sheet in 17 Premier League away games this season – Norwich lost to Palace on the weekend, which was actually the Eagles’ first win since DECEMBER 8 14 – Kasper Schmeichel’s clean sheets this season – The Leicester goalkeeper is on course to win the Golden Glove competition. 8 8 8 8 Against Arsenal, Andy Carroll scored the fastest Premier League hat-trick this season, while no player in the top flight this season has had more than his 10 shots on goal against the Gunners. – Carroll’s heroics looked to have beaten Arsenal as West Ham came from 2-0 behind, but Laurent Koscienly equalised in the 3-3 draw. 8 To stay up Aston Villa must win all five remaining games and Norwich lose each of theirs, with Villa also reversing their goal difference, as they are currently 19 goals worse off than the Canaries. In addition, they can’t have Sunderland picking up any more than three points, while Newcastle are not allowed more than five. – Miracles can happen. Possibly. 8 8 Aston Villa are still hanging on to their Premier League status, but only just.It is possible for them to survive, though they need an extraordinary set of events to go their way.The club face Man United next Saturday in what is sure to be an uneventful game considering the stat included here about the Red Devils.Click the arrow above, right, to see more stats from the weekend. 46 – In 2016, Man United have had the fewest shots on target in the Premier League – Wonder what the game against Aston Villa next week will be like… BONUS STAT: Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in La Liga to score more than 30 goals in six successive seasons – Ronaldo scored goal no.30 in Real Madrid’s 4-0 win against Eibarlast_img

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