With the latest international break behind us, the Premier League returns this weekend.
It's been an action-packed season thus far, with the league table throwing up plenty of surprises in the opening seven matches.
Not many people would have predicted Southampton sitting above Manchester United and Manchester City at this stage, occupying the fourth Champions League spot. Indeed, the Saints also have the league's best defensive record, conceding just twice all season.
Elsewhere, Hull City and Cardiff City have surprised a few people with some big victories in the early weeks following promotion from the Championship, while the Premier League's top three is very much a London affair with Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea flying high.
Indeed, as this topsy-turvy Premier League season continues, we can expect a few more head-turning developments. In the meantime, though, you'll have to make do with our statistical analysis of Chelsea's season to date, which itself has thrown up its fair share of oddities.