Here are all the key stats you should as Chelsea play Stoke City.
Chelsea didn’t win either game against Stoke City last season (D1 L1), the first time they had failed to beat them either home or away in a league campaign since 1974/75.
The Potters are winless in 11 league visits to Chelsea, last winning there 1-0 in April 1974.
Stoke have scored just three times in eight visits to Stamford Bridge, with goals from Rory Delap, Charlie Adam and Mame Biram Diouf.
Eden Hazard scored and assisted in Chelsea’s last Premier League win over Stoke (2-1 in April 2015).
Chelsea haven’t lost their final league game of a calendar year since 2011 (1-3 at home to Aston Villa).
Stoke City have ended the last two calendar years with a league victory – 2-0 v West Brom in 2014 and 4-3 at Everton in 2015.
The Blues are looking to extend our club-record 12 successive league wins achieved against Bournemouth.
Diego Costa has scored eight goals and provided four assists during Chelsea’s run of 12 consecutive Premier League victories.
Chelsea have kept 10 clean sheets in our past 12 league games, conceding just two goals.
Since the change to a back-three defence, we have won all 12 Premier League games, scoring 28 goals and conceding two.
Diego Costa has scored 20 Premier League goals in 2016. Only Sergio Aguero (27) and Harry Kane (22) have scored more.
No team has conceded fewer Premier League goals than Chelsea (11). We have the best goal difference (+27), three better Liverpool.
No Premier League defender has completed more passes (969) this season than Cesar Azpilicueta.
Antonio Conte’s side have used fewer players (20) than any other team in the Premier League in 2016/17.
The Potters have kept two clean sheets in their past 19 Premier League away games.
Stoke have scored more own-goals than any other Premier League team this season, all three coming away from home.
Source: Opta and Chelsea Official site