Thursday, October 28, 2021

The Big Friday Premier League Quiz

SoccerNews in English Premier League 19 Mar 2021


The Premier League’s top four are all in FA Cup action this weekend, but that does not mean we’re in for a lack of top-flight intrigue.

Arsenal, winners in the north London derby last time out, visit fifth-placed West Ham knowing a win might just keep their hopes alive of catching Chelsea in fourth.

Tottenham will hope to respond to last week’s setback against an Aston Villa side who have only won four games in 2021 and are at risk of dropping out of European contention.

At the other end of the table, Fulham will be looking to take another step towards an unlikely escape from relegation against Leeds United, with a potentially crucial clash between Brighton and Hove Albion and Newcastle United to follow.

And if you needed any extra excitement, why not kick off the weekend with our Opta-powered quiz? Answers are below – no cheating!

Fulham have scored the fewest goals at home of any Premier League team this season. How many do they have?

Brighton and Hove Albion are unbeaten in their seven Premier League games against Newcastle United. Who are the only other side the Seagulls have faced so often without suffering defeat?

Aston Villa have lost 11 of their past 12 meetings with Tottenham in all competitions. Which former Spurs manager was in charge of Villa for their only win in that run, in April 2015?

Which team have won the most points in Premier League London derbies this season?

Jesse Lingard has scored four goals in his six league games for West Ham. In all competitions, how many goals has he scored against Arsenal in his career?


1. Eight, with just three coming in their most recent 10 home games.
2. West Ham.
3. Tim Sherwood.
4. Arsenal (13 points). They only managed 10 in the whole of last season.
5. Four goals in seven games – against no team has he scored more.


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