The Big Friday Premier League Quiz

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Arsenal can make English football history this weekend when the Premier League leaders face Sean Dyche's Everton.

A Gunners victory in their 203rd league game against Everton would be their 100th in the rivalry, making them the first team in the English leagues to complete a century of wins against a specific opponent.

More importantly for now, it would keep Mikel Arteta's side well clear of second-placed Manchester City, who head to Tottenham and have lost their last three away league games against Spurs by an alarming 5-0 aggregate margin.

Liverpool have won on each of their last six league trips to Wolves, so Jurgen Klopp will hope that run continues, while Manchester United host Crystal Palace, having drawn with the Eagles at Selhurst Park only a fortnight ago.

Before the weekend action gets under way, test your expertise with our Opta-powered Premier League quiz. The answers are at the bottom.

1. Martin Odegaard has scored in his last three away Premier League games for Arsenal, but who was the last Gunners player to net in four away matches in a row in the competition, from September to November 2015?

2. Michael Olise scored Crystal Palace's late equaliser in their 1-1 draw with Manchester United last month. Name the only Palace player to score home and away league goals against the Red Devils in the same top-flight campaign.

3. Liverpool have won their last 11 Premier League games against Wolves. In their entire league history, Liverpool have only had one longer winning run, a streak of 12 matches against which opponent?

4. Newcastle United goalkeeper Nick Pope has kept a clean sheet in his last six Premier League games. Can you name any English goalkeeper who has had more consecutive shutouts in the Premier League?

5. Since their return to the Premier League in 2020, which team have won all five of their away games against promoted sides by an aggregate score of 14-3? 


1. Olivier Giroud.

2. Bobby Tambling in 1970-71.

3. West Brom (between 1985 and 2010).

4. You can't! No English goalkeeper has ever had seven consecutive Premier League clean sheets.

5. Leeds United.