Saturday Liverpool v Newcastle 9/14/19, 7:30am ET Liverpool are unbeaten in 23 Premier League home matches against Newcastle and have scored in each of those fixtures, netting 58 times while keeping 12 clean sheets. Tottenham v Crystal Palace 9/14/19, 10:00am ET Spurs have won their last eight PL matches against Crystal Palace. Their only longer top-flight winning runs have been nine matches against Blackpool and 10 against Birmingham City, both ending in 1964. Man United v Leicester City 9/14/19, 10:00am ET Since Brendan Rodgers’ first match in charge on 3 March, Leicester have secured 25 points. Only Liverpool and Man City have banked more, with 40 and 37 respectively. Pogba, Martial and Shaw out injured. Wolves v Chelsea 9/14/19, 10:00am ET Tammy Abraham can become only the third player aged 21 or younger to score at least two goals in three consecutive Premier League matches, after Cristiano Ronaldo, in December 2006, and Dele Alli in January 2017. Brighton v Burnley 9/14/19, 10:00am ET Ashley Barnes has had 31 per cent of Burnley’s shots in the Premier League this season. Only Norwich’s Teemu Pukki has had a higher share of his team’s attempts, with 34. Sheffield United v Southampton 9/14/19, 10:00am ET Of the 14 Premier League debuts given to Englishmen this season, six (43 per cent) have been handed out by Chris Wilder and Sheffield United. Norwich City v Man City 9/14/19, 12:30pm ET Sergio Aguero has been involved in eight goals in his five Premier League starts against Norwich, scoring five and assisting three. Sunday Bournemouth v Everton 9/15/19, 9:30am ET Joshua King has been directly involved in seven goals in his seven Premier League matches against Everton, with four goals and three assists. Watford v Arsenal 9/15/19, 11:30am ET Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been involved in 44 PL goals since his debut in February 2018, with 35 strikes and nine assists. Only Mohamed Salah has been involved in more in that time, with 52. Monday Aston Villa v West Ham 9/16/19, 3:00pm ET West Ham have made their best start after four matches of a Premier League season since 2012/13, when they also picked up seven points under Sam Allardyce. Stole the blurbs from the PL site.