Premier League live action on Sky Sports - essential stats
Tottenham vs Newcastle, Leicester vs Manchester United & Manchester City vs Arsenal live on Sky Sports Premier League this weekend
Last Updated: 01/02/19 11:55am
From Newcastle's torrid record at Wembley to Arsenal's awful away form, we pick five essential stats ahead of this weekend's live Premier League action.
Tottenham vs Newcastle
What a result it was for Newcastle on Tuesday as they beat defending champions Manchester City.
Rafa Benitez's side head down to London to take on Tottenham on Saturday, who they have beaten on three of their last four visits - all of the wins coming at White Hart Lane.
However, the Magpies have claimed only one win in their last nine Premier League visits to the capital, and Wembley has been a venue of pain, having lost each of their last seven visits - the longest-ever losing streak at the stadium.
The run includes defeats in four cup finals while Rob Lee is Newcastle's only scorer at Wembley in the last 43 years.
You have to go all the way back to their 3-1 triumph against Manchester City in the 1955 FA Cup Final for their last Wembley win - some 63 years ago, and their last major domestic honour.
Tottenham do boast an impressive record in the Premier League recently, though - winning eight of their last 10 games - with a pivotal player in their recent run being Harry Winks.
The Tottenham academy graduate turns 23 on Saturday and has been a permanent fixture in the side of late, starting nine of the last 10 games - and these stats show just how important he has been to the team.
Winks' passing accuracy average has actually increased to 94 per cent since Christmas - the second best of any player in the Premier League.
Leicester vs Manchester United
Super Sunday gets underway in Leicester, with Claude Puel's side proving to be a problem for the 'big six' this term.
They have taken seven points from a possible nine in their last three games against top-six sides - the 1-1 draw at Anfield on Wednesday after those December wins at Chelsea and against Manchester City.
However, Leicester have won only one of their last 19 league games against Manchester United - a game Foxes fans will remember fondly, when they came back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 over Louis van Gaal's side in September 2014.
Leicester come up against a rejuvenated United, having won eight of their nine games in all competitions under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - accumulating 19 points from a possible 21 in the Premier League.
In fact, no Premier League manager has ever made a better start to his managerial career than the Norwegian.
During Solskjaer's six-week tenure, no side has won more Premier League points, scored more goals, or conceded fewer goals than United.
The transformation under Solskjaer has been huge and if United win at the King Power on Sunday, he will have won the same amount of league games as Jose Mourinho had this season - but in half the number of games.
Manchester City vs Arsenal
The headline game of the weekend sees a top-six tussle at the Etihad.
Manchester City have dropped only three points at home all season, while Arsenal have won only two points from their last five Premier League away games - conceding 12 goals in the process.
And City are unbeaten in the last six top-flight meetings against the Gunners, winning four.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have lost 11 of their last 19 away league games since the start of last year and have kept only one clean sheet in those games. Only Brighton, Huddersfield & Watford have lost more top-fight away games during this period.
An even more worrying statistic for the Gunners is their failure to win any of their last 20 league games on the road against top-six opposition.
However, their last win did come at the Etihad four years ago, when goals from Oliver Giroud and Santi Cazorla gave them a 2-0 win in January 2015
Incredibly, 18 other clubs have won at least once at a top-six ground since, including Crystal Palace - who only have six wins to their name.
So tune in to see if the champions can maintain pressure on league leaders Liverpool, or whether Arsenal can transform their dismal record on the road.
The live action gets underway as Tottenham host Newcastle from 11.30am on Saturday,
On Super Sunday, Leicester look to continue their impressive record against the 'big six' when they host Manchester United from 1pm, before Manchester City face Arsenal from 4pm.
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