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some fascinating ones in there


Tottenham's goal difference of +60 is the highest in Premier League history for a non-title winning side


Following 2016-17, Kane still hasn't scored a Premier League goal in the month of August - this despite playing 10 times (628 mins) overall in the opening month of a season.



This was the second consecutive season that Arsenal inflicted the heaviest Premier League defeat on the eventual Premier League champions. In 2015-16 they defeated Leicester City 5-2 away and this season they defeated Chelsea 3-0 at home.



Chelsea have now won the league in each of the last four years that there has been a general election in the UK (2005, 2010, 2015 and 2017).



A Belgian Chelsea player has scored the title-deciding goal in each of the last three Premier League seasons (Batshuayi v West Brom in 2016/17, Hazard v Spurs in 2015/16 and v Palace in 2014/15).



Along with Hull, the only other sides to be top of the Premier League at the end of a day and be relegated in the same season are Charlton Athletic in 1998/99 and Bolton Wanderers in 2011/12.



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