Five stats to tell your mates from Saturday's Premier League football
Last Updated: 30/12/17 6:59pm
With the help of Opta we pick out five stats to impress your friends with from Saturday's Premier League football...
Mohamed Salah was once again the star for Liverpool, scoring both goals in their 2-1 comeback win over Leicester.
Those two goals take Liverpool's tally to 77 from 30 games in all competitions so far this season. That's their highest total at this stage of a campaign as a top-flight club.
Also on target at Anfield was Jamie Vardy. The Leicester striker - who has scored seven of his side's last nine goals against Liverpool - has made a habit of hitting the net against the big teams.
Since August 2014, no player has scored as many Premier League goals against the Big Six as Vardy, who has 22 goals in 41 appearances.
One of those goals was a penalty against Chelsea in September - but the Blues are currently on a fantastic run.
Chelsea's 5-0 win over Stoke on Saturday means they have now won 10 out of their last 13 and conceded just four times in their last 12. They have had eight clean sheets in their last dozen games.
Watford could do with some of that defensive resolve. They conceded twice in the final four minutes to Swansea in a 2-1 home loss.
Watford have now dropped 16 points from winning positions this season - more than any other team in the Premier League.
As well as Swansea, another away team who will be satisfied with their afternoon's work will be Burnley. Sean Dyche's side drew 0-0 at Huddersfield, meaning they have kept as many clean sheets away from home this campaign (four) as they did in all of last season.
Indeed, only Manchester City (30), Chelsea (20), Manchester United and Liverpool (both 18) have won more points away from home than Burnley in the Premier League this season (17).