Arsenal face Stoke City at home tomorrow afternoon, so here are 10 things you should know about both clubs ahead of kick-off (stats and data supplied by OPTA):
1. Arsenal have won each of their last 14 home games in all competitions against Stoke City, keeping eight clean sheets in the process.
2. Stoke’s last away Premier League win at Arsenal came in the first game of the 1981/82 season, with Lee Chapman scoring the only goal of the game.
3. Arsenal are now on a 13-game unbeaten run in the Premier League (W9 D4 L0); their longest such run in the competition since a run of 16 games that ended in April 2011.
4. Stoke City have lost only one of their last nine Premier League games (W5 D3 L1) and have won their last two matches in the competition without conceding a goal.
5. The Potters have lost all eight of their visits to the Emirates in the Premier League. Only at Old Trafford have they gone longer without a win since being promoted in 2008 (nine games, W0 D1 L8).
6. Alexis Sanchez scored twice and assisted another goal in Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Stoke in January 2015.
7. Sanchez has had a hand in 25 goals in his last 25 Premier League appearances for Arsenal (18 goals, seven assists).
8. This is Sanchez’s joint-best goal return after 14 appearances of a league season in Europe (11 goals), equalling his 11-goal tally for Barcelona in 2013-14. If he scores in this game, it would be his best goalscoring start to a European league season after 15 games.
9. Peter Crouch has scored eight times against Arsenal in the Premier League – only against Blackburn does he have as many goals in the competition.
10. The Gunners have made a higher proportion of their passes in the final third of the pitch than any other team in the Premier League so far this season (36.5%).