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Stuart Dalgleish 12th May 2013 - 21:06

Premier League Opta Facts - 14 May

Arsenal v Wigan Athletic


  • Wigan need to win this game to realistically avoid relegation to the Championship.
  • No FA Cup winning team has ever been relegated in the same season.
  • Last season Arsenal lost at home to Wigan in their 34th game, a result which helped the Latics avoid relegation.
  • That victory last season is Wigan's only Premier League away win against Arsenal.
  • Arsenal have scored more counter attack goals than any other Barclays Premier League team this season (7).
  • The Gunners have drawn their last two home games, they have not drawn three in a row within the same season since March-April 2011.
  • Arsenal have taken 14 points from their last six games, a total only Chelsea can match.
  • Wigan have taken five points from their last six games, only three teams have fewer in this period.
  • In the six games before that, Wigan took 10 points.
  • Arsenal's last four Premier League games have gone under 2.5 goals with three of them going under 1.5 goals.
  • Last season the FA Cup winners lost 4-1 (Chelsea at Liverpool) in their first game after the victory.



Reading v Manchester City


  • Reading have won both of their previous Barclays Premier League home games with Manchester City, keeping a clean sheet in both games.
  • Overall the Royals have taken nine points from five games against City.
  • City have scored 62 goals in 36 games, at this stage last season they had scored 88.
  • Man City have won only two of their last seven away Premier League games (D2 L3).
  • Reading have allowed the most shots on target in the Premier League this season (219), Man City the fewest (102).
  • Man City will end the season with the most clean sheets in the Premier League. Currently they have 17.
  • No side has fewer clean sheets this season than Reading (5).
  • Last season Manchester City's strikers contributed 54 Premier League goals; this season the total is 36.
  • 11 of Reading's 41 goals this season have been scored by substitutes.
  • Five of Man City top scorer Edin Dzeko's 13 goals this season have come as a substitute.



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