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The other big game of the weekend is the clash between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, as both sides are currently in the title race as the Red Devils meet the Gunners

A fascinating weekend in the Premier League awaits us as one look at the list of fixtures is all that is needed to spot the two blockbuster matches that are set to take place on Sunday.

Manchester United take on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, having demolished the Gunners 8-2 in the last league game between the two sides.

The north London club have come a long way since that drubbing, but memories of that fateful day are unlikely to fade away anytime in the near future.

Tottenham also have some memories that they would undoubtedly like to blur, since they were thrashed 5-1 in the last league game against Manchester City. Edin Dzeko put four past Spurs on the day, as Harry Redknapp's men fell to a heavy defeat.

Meanwhile, should Arsenal lose, Chelsea have an excellent chance to put some real distance between themselves and Arsene Wenger's men. The Blues will take on Norwich City away from home, and could potentially move seven points ahead of the men from the Emirates.

Liverpool are chasing the coveted fourth place as well, and they take on relegation strugglers Bolton Wanderers as they continue their campaign.

All this and more this weekend, as Goal.com brings you the 10 key stats for the upcoming set of fixtures...

Norwich
v
Chelsea

0 - Norwich City have still yet to keep a clean sheet in any compeititon, over five months since their first outing of the season.

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Everton
v
Blackburn Rovers

4 - Steve Kean's side have won just four Premier League games this season, scoring at least three in each those victories.

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Fulham
v
  Newcastle

36 - Martin Jol's side have already played 36 competitive matches this campaign, just two short of a full Premier League calendar.

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QPR
v
Wigan Athletic

1 - Queens Park Rangers have the second worst home record in the Premier League, having secured just one win all season – against a nine-man Chelsea. Only Bolton Wanderers have had worse results in their own backyard.

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Stoke City
v
West Bromwich Albion

10 - Stoke City are unbeaten in their last 10 league meetings with West Brom, winning eight of those fixtures.

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 Sunderland
v
  Swansea

8 - Brendan Rodgers' men have had dry spells on their travels, having scored only eight goals away from home in the Premier League this season. Only Fulham (seven) have managed to score fewer on away days.

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Wolves
v
Aston Villa

5 - Aston Villa are unbeaten in their last five away games in all competitions, winning three and drawing two.

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Bolton Wanderers
v
  Liverpool

47 - Stewart Downing has had 47 attempts without a single goal this season, the worst return in the Premier League.

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Manchester City
v
   Tottenham

19 - Tottenham Hotspur have lost only one of their last 19 games in the Premier League, and are currently on an unbeaten run of nine matches in all competitions.

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Arsenal
v
Manchester United

10 - Manchester United's 8-2 victory over the Gunners in the last league game between the two sides was a new record. Until that point, no match between these two teams had resulted in 10 goals being scored in a single game.

But prior to that, there had been a nine-goal thriller back in 1958, when the Red Devils managed to secure a 5-4 win away from home.

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