Despite being on the receiving end of a 5-0 loss last weekend, Stoke defender Jonathan Woodgate managed to contribute 19 interceptions in that game – more than any player has in a single Barclays Premier League game so far this season
Stoke out ran their opponents in that game, covering 102,281 metres compared to Bolton’s 100,266 metres
Jonathan Walters has covered the most ground for Stoke so far this season with 117,223 metres
Walters is Stoke’s top rated played in the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index in 80th place, having scored three goals and contributed two assists
QPR came close to giving Manchester City their first taste of defeat this season in their 3-2 loss
Joey Barton remains QPR’s top rated player in 86th place having won 83% of 24 tackles attempted, delivered 26 crosses, and completed 196 passes in his opponent’s half
Joey Barton has covered more ground than any other QPR player in 6 of his 8 games so far this season, including the gameagainst Man City in which Barton covered 10,141 metres
Jay Bothroyd scored his second goal of the season against Manchester City. The striker’s goals have come from 20 attempts, including 60% on target.