What the stats say about the first half of the Premier League season

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The Premier League has reached halfway with Liverpool six points clear at the top of the table and Burnley, Fulham and Huddersfield in the relegation places.

Here, Press Association Sport looks at a number of interesting statistics to see what they reveal about the season so far.

Most points from losing positions

Arsenal have secured 12 points from losing positions
Arsenal have secured 12 points from losing positions (Nick Potts/PA)

Most points dropped from winning positions

Southampton have struggled to hold onto leads
Southampton have struggled to hold onto leads (Mark Keaton/PA)

Passing

Manchester City have dominated possession
Manchester City have dominated possession (Martin Rickett/PA)

Disciplinary

Leicester have received four red cards so far this term
Leicester have received four red cards so far this term (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Penalties

Brighton have conceded from five penalties
Brighton have conceded from five penalties (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Most saves (team)

Joe Hart has been busy in the Burnley goal
Joe Hart has been busy in the Burnley goal (Martin Rickett/PA)

Most clean sheets

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has been impressive
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has been impressive (Mike Egerton/PA)

Most shots attempted (team)

Manchester City have put opponents' goals under the most pressure
Manchester City have put opponents’ goals under the most pressure (Nick Potts/PA)

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