Press cuttings, that might (or might not!) help you predict the next round of matches.
“Before drawing 1-1 with Arsenal on Sunday, Tottenham had only scored three goals in six matches in all competitions…” – SPA Games
“Manchester United have their second worst points tally after 10 games of a Premier League season with 15 points. There worst was 13 points during the 2014/15 season if you are wondering.” – BBC Sport ahead of United’s 3-1 win over Swansea.
“Burnley have won back to back Premier League home games for the first time since October 2009, when they won their first four home top-flight games.” – BBC Sport after Burnley’s 3-2 win over Palace.
“Crystal Palace have gone 16 Premier League games without a clean sheet, the longest run without a shut-out of any current top-flight side.” – BBC Sport
“[Sam] Vokes has netted two of the three fastest Premier League goals this season (78 secs v Crystal Palace, 97 secs v Liverpool), with Pedro netting the quickest (30 secs for Chelsea v Man Utd).” – BBC Sport
“Stoke have won just six of their 45 Premier League games in London, drawing 10 and losing 29.” – BBC Sport
“Only Hull City (13) have fired in fewer shots on target on home soil this season than West Ham (14).” – BBC Sport
“David Moyes has won his first Premier League game since a victory against Newcastle in April 2014 – 945 days ago.” – BBC Sport
“Steven Pienaar has been sent off four times in the Premier League, all while playing under David Moyes (3 for Everton, 1 for Sunderland).” – BBC Sport
“Liverpool are top of the Premier League for the first time in 2.5 years.” – TalkSport
“Tem games without a win for Swansea.” – TalkSport
“Liverpool team that have had 13 different goalscorers in 14 matches this season.” – Guardian Sport