The Big Friday Premier League Quiz

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The title race might be over and the relegation spots all filled, but there is still plenty to play for as we enter the final 10 days of the Premier League season.

There are records beckoning at the top and bottom of the table, plus the chance for Liverpool to boost their top-four ambitions by breaking with tradition at West Brom.

Christian Benteke could get the chance to end former club Aston Villa's European hopes, while there is little but pride to play for at St Mary's Stadium between Southampton and Fulham.

If you're looking for some extra drama, why not give our Opta-powered quiz a go? You'll find the answers at the bottom of the page...

 

1. Manchester City are one away win from setting a new Premier League record of 12 consecutive victories on their travels. City also managed 11 in a row in 2017, while another club did the same back in 2008 – who were they?

2. Jurgen Klopp has faced Sam Allardyce seven times in his managerial career. How many of those matches has the Liverpool boss won?

3. Bobby Decordova-Reid is Fulham's top scorer in the Premier League this season despite going 12 games without a goal. How many goals has he scored?

4. Sheffield United are one defeat away from equalling the Premier League record of 29 in a single season. Three teams share that particular 'achievement' – can you name them?

5. Since leaving Aston Villa, Christian Benteke has attempted 10 shots in four games against his old club. How many goals has he scored against them?

 

Answers:
1. Chelsea
2. One.
3. Five – he is the lowest outright top scorer for a team this season.
4. Ipswich Town (1994-95), Sunderland (2005-06) and Derby County (2007-08).
5. None.