Everton's Goodison Park tops Premier League goals chart, while Manchester United's Old Trafford is bottom
Last Updated: 28/01/16 8:55am
If it's goals you are after, then Goodison Park is the place to be this season.
There have been 46 Premier League goals at Goodison so far, putting Everton's ground at the top of the charts for entertainment, just above Manchester City's Etihad Stadium on 45 goals.
Twenty-four of the goals at Goodison have been scored by Everton themselves, but they've shipped nearly as many (22) and they haven't kept a league clean sheet at home since a 4-0 win against Aston Villa at the end of November.
There have been 39 goals scored at Stamford Bridge - 20 by Chelsea and 19 by visiting teams - while Newcastle's St James' Park (37) and Southampton's St Mary's Stadium (35) have also seen plenty of scoring action.
At the other end of the scale, Old Trafford has witnessed a meagre total of 17 goals. Twelve of those have been scored by Manchester United, but Louis van Gaal has come under intense scrutiny for the Red Devils' ponderous playing style, and Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Southampton was the fifth of 11 home games in which they have failed to find the net.
In his defence, Van Gaal could point to United's defensive home record being the best in the division. Only Liverpool, Swansea, Southampton and Norwich (2) have scored at United this season, with the Red Devils keeping seven clean sheets at Old Trafford.
Relegation battlers Aston Villa have netted the least number of home goals (8) while conceding 14, and there have been 23 goals at both Stoke and Arsenal - although 16 of those at the Emirates Stadium have come for the Gunners.
Arsenal's local rivals Tottenham have scored the joint-third highest number of home goals this term, with 22 of the 31 strikes seen at White Hart Lane coming for the hosts.
Premier League home goals 2015/16
|Team||Goals scored||Goals conceded||Total goals|
The most goals ever scored at a ground in a Premier League season were the 82 netted at Stamford Bridge in 2009/10.
That campaign saw Chelsea win their third Premier League title, and 68 of the tally were scored by the Blues in front of their own fans.
Tottenham fans saw 80 goals scored at White Hart Lane in 2007/08, while Manchester City had 76 home goals in their title-winning 2013/14 season - one more than Manchester United saw in 1999/2000.
City, though, also have the lowest-ever home total in the history of Premier League with just 26 in 2006/07, followed by Leeds (28) in 1996/97 and Tottenham (31) in 2008/09.