Liverpool host Manchester City in the highlight of the weekend’s Premier League action, as Jurgen Klopp’s men hope to open up a nine-point lead at the summit.

The omens are not great for City, with Liverpool boasting a stunning record in matches against teams who are the defending champions.

But victory for City could blow things wide open in the title race, particularly if Chelsea , who are home to Crystal Palace, and Leicester City – hosting Arsenal – are triumphant on Saturday.

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham will be aiming to continue his impressive form as he looks to emulate a former Blues favourite, but on the other side of the coin in that contest, Jordan Ayew is out to achieve a feat accomplished by only three players in Premier League history.

For that and more, why not test yourself with our Opta-powered Friday Premier League quiz? You’ll find answers at the bottom of the page..

1. Tammy Abraham has scored nine goals in 13 Premier League games for Chelsea. If he scores this weekend he will become the second-youngest player to reach double figures in the competition for the Blues (22y 38d). The youngest was 21 years and 342 days old – who was it?

2. Crystal Palace’s Jordan Ayew could become the fourth player in Premier League history to score away against Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea within the same campaign. Who were the first three?

3. Which Premier League player has scored against all 28 opponents he has played against in the Premier League? He is the only player to have achieved this 100 per cent record (among those to have faced a minimum of two opponents).

4. Which player has scored the most winning goals (three) in the Premier League this season?

5. 5. Liverpool have won more Premier League games against reigning champions than any other side in the competition’s history (21). Who were the last title holders to defeat the Reds at Anfield and in which season?

1. Arjen Robben
2. Robbie Earle (1995-96), Darren Bent (2008-09) and Ashley Barnes (2018-19)
3. Harry Kane
4. Marcus Rashford
5. Manchester United (2007-08)