The Big Friday Premier League Quiz

The Premier League returns this weekend after the international break, with a number of derby matches the highlight of an exciting round of fixtures.

The first of these comes on Saturday as early leaders Arsenal host arch rivals Tottenham, looking to exact revenge for the 3-0 thrashing they received in May that played a part in missing out on Champions League qualification.

Other intriguing clashes on Saturday include in-form Brighton and Hove Albion going to Anfield to face Liverpool in Roberto De Zerbi's first match as Graham Potter's replacement, while early-season surprises Fulham play Newcastle United at Craven Cottage.

On Sunday, Manchester United travel to Manchester City as two bitter rivals do battle, with both on unbeaten streaks and stars such as Bruno Fernandes and Erling Haaland ready to face off.

Finally, the bottom two round off the weekend on Monday as Nottingham Forest face local foes Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, with both desperate for points.

It is sure to be a thrilling weekend, so why not sit back and test yourself with our Opta-powered quiz to get yourself in the mood? Answers are at the bottom.

 

1. All five Manchester United managers since Alex Ferguson have lost their first Premier League Manchester Derby. True or false? 

2. Who are the only two current top-flight teams to have earned more points than Brighton and Hove Albion (23) over their last 10 Premier League games?

3. Tottenham last won at the Emirates Stadium in 2010, when they came from 2-0 down to win 3-2. Which defender scored their winner?

4. Who are the only team to score more goals from high turnovers in the Premier League this season than Leeds (three)?

5. Graham Potter takes charge of his first Chelsea league game against Crystal Palace on Saturday, but which of the previous 10 Blues bosses is the only one to have lost their first league match (excluding caretakers)?

Answers:

1. True (David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick).

2. Tottenham (26) and Manchester City (24).

3. Younes Kaboul.

4. Brentford, (four).

5. Frank Lampard.