LONDON, Sept 7 (Reuters) - Match-by-match facts and statistics ahead of round four of the Premier League on Sept. 9-11 (games 1400 GMT unless stated):
Saturday, Sept. 9
Manchester City v Liverpool (1130)
*City have lost only one of their last 23 home league games.
*Liverpool have won only once in their last eight league games at the Etihad.
*The visitors’ 4-1 win in November 2015 was the last time City lost by three goals at home.
*Sergio Aguero has played Liverpool five times in the league at the Etihad, scoring in every game.
*The two sides drew 1-1 in the same fixture last March
Leicester City v Chelsea
*The match is a clash of the Premier League’s last two champions.
*Danny Drinkwater returns to the King Power stadium after his deadline day move to Chelsea.
*The Foxes have only once kept a clean sheet against Chelsea in 11 league matches.
*Eden Hazard looks unlikely to start for Chelsea after an ankle injury kept him out of the opening games.
*Chelsea’s Gary Cahill is absent, serving the last game of a three-match suspension.
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur
*Spurs have won their last three away games in the league.
*Everton have won 10 of their 11 home games so far in 2017.
*Harry Kane is chasing his 100th goal for Tottenham in all competitions.
*Last season’s match between the two at Goodison ended 1-1
*Tottenham are ninth in the league, Everton 12th
Stoke City v Manchester United (1630)
*Table toppers Man Utd have a 100 percent record
*United have scored 10 goals and conceded none
*Stoke twice drew 1-1 with United last season
*The Potters have won, lost and drawn in their three matches
*Stoke are 11th in the standings
Arsenal v Bournemouth
*Arsenal have lost their last two league matches. They have not lost three in a row since January 2012.
*If Jermain Defoe scores, Bournemouth will be the fourth different club he has scored for against Arsenal.
*Arsenal have won all their three previous home matches with Bournemouth.
*Bournemouth have lost all three games so far this season and scored just one goal.
*The Cherries failed to score in their first two matches.
Southampton v Watford
*Watford used 21 different players in their first three matches, more than any other team.
*Watford manager Marco Silva has yet to win two successive away games in the Premier League.
*The two sides both have two draws and a win so far, with Watford ahead on goal difference
*Saints’s Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk is back in first team training after transfer speculation.
*Van Dijk has been out since an ankle injury in January.
Brighton & Hove Albion v West Bromwich Albion
*Promoted Brighton, with two defeats and a draw, have yet to score in the Premier League.
*Only three teams have ever failed to score in their first four Premier League matches: Newcastle United, Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday.
*The two Albions meet for the first time in the league since 1993, when they were in the third tier.
*The Seagulls have not won in six league games.
*Brighton midfielder Steve Sidwell is unavailable after undergoing minor surgery to his back.
Sunday, Sept. 10
Burnley v Crystal Palace (1230)
*Burnley beat Palace twice in the league last season. They won 3-2 at home in November.
*Palace have yet to score in the Premier League this season but have always scored in the first four.
*Palace’s Lee Chung-yong could become the third South Korean to make 100 Premier League appearances.
*Burnley have beaten Palace six times in their eight top flight clashes.
*Palace are above only West Ham on goal difference.
Swansea City v Newcastle United (1500)
*Swansea have won three of their last four home league games against Newcastle.
*Paul Clement has yet to lose two home games in a row as Swansea manager.
*Rafa Benitez’s first win as Newcastle manager was at home against Swansea in April 2016.
*Swansea are 13th, promoted Newcastle 14th.
*Striker Wilfried Bony makes his return to the Swans after his transfer went through on deadline day.
Monday, Sept. 11
West Ham United v Huddersfield Town (1900)
*Huddersfield are third overall with two wins and a draw.
*The Hammers are bottom with three straight defeats.
*The only other time West Ham lost their first three Premier League games, in 2010/11, they finished last and were relegated.
*Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl has kept clean sheets in his first three matches.
*No promoted side has ever started a Premier League season with four successive clean sheets. (Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Toby Davis)