Another week of Premier League action bites the dust and it is almost certain that the results from Game week 18 will give us an indication as to what lies ahead for the managers and their respective clubs. If they dare to look ahead, starting this weekend, the teams in the top-flight are scheduled to play 4 games leading up to the New Year.
Despite all the talk about slipping-up at some point, Manchester City continue their supremacy at the top while the rest of the pack are breathing down each other's necks for the remaining three Champions League positions. In this segment, we take a look at the five interesting facts from the weekend's action in the Premier League:
#5 Huddersfield finally find the net
Newly-promoted Huddersfield town got back to winning ways in some fashion by beating Watford away from home in a thumping 4-1 win. David Wagner's men were going through a torrid time during their travels so far this season and were still in search of their first goal away from home when they visited Vicarage Road.
Elias Kachunga's goal ended Huddersfield's run of 59 consecutive shots away from home in the Premier League without scoring. The Terriers had to wait for over 630 minutes for their first away goal of the season and turned up in solid fashion when they cruised to victory with goals from Kachunga, Aaron Mooy (2) and Laurent Depoitre.