All season we have been using the Bettorlogic Form Lab to analyse the statistics ahead of Arsenal's latest Premier League game.
For our final statistical preview of the season Nick Teale looks back at the 2009/10 campaign.
With just one game to go Arsenal have averaged 2.44 points per home game this season - winning on 78 per cent of occasions.
The Gunners have scored 79 times in the Premier League this term at an average of 2.14 goals per game. However, that increases by 33 per cent in the games started by Robin van Persie.
With him in the starting XI, Arsène Wenger's side have scored an average of 2.85 goals per game. The average without him is 1.75 strikes per match.
At the back Emmanuel Eboue brings a statistical improvement. In the 16 games he has started this season the Gunners have conceded 27 per cent less goals than the team has averaged in the 37 fixtures to date.
If you're looking to predict the first goalscorer this weekend, Van Persie could be the man. He has scored the opening goal in five of the seven matches in which he has netted this term.
His five first-goals in 13 starts is more than any other Arsenal player. He has also managed to score four times in games following matches in which he has netted.
That's not bad going for a player who missed over five months of the season, and remember he scored Arsenal's goal against Blackburn, so the stats suggest he may be set to bag again on Sunday.
Finally it is worth pointing out that Fulham have only won one away game all season - a 1-0 victory at Portsmouth on the opening day of the campaign.
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