There have been 370 goals in the division so far in 2023/24, the joint-most after 12 matchweeks.
Spread across the 120 matches that have been played, that means an average of 3.1 goals per game or a goal every 29.2 minutes of action.
With 32 goals in our 12 games, City are the leading scorers in the top flight.
Having only conceded 12 times, our goal difference of 20 is the healthiest.
Pep Guardiola‘s defending champions are averaging 2.66 goals per game.
Our total goals record in a Premier League campaign is 106 - set by the Centurions team of 2017/18.
Two of our victories - 6-1 v Bournemouth earlier this month and 5-1 v Fulham in September - feature in the five biggest victories across the 20 teams.
After his unbelievable record breaking exploits in his debut season in England, it’s again Erling Haaland who is leading the race for the Golden Boot.
The Norwegian striker has 13 goals so far, leaving him three ahead of nearest challenger Mo Salah.
Our No.9 even notched his fifth Premier League hat-trick during September’s 5-1 rout of Fulham at the Etihad Stadium.
His next strike will be his 50th in the division and, as long as it comes in the next 17 games, will make him the quickest to that milestone.
Having only featured 47 times, he’s already joint-ninth in terms of most hat-tricks in the league.
City legend Sergio Aguero leads the way there with 12.
The rest of the 32 goals have been shared around City’s squad so far this season, with Julian Alvarez next most prolific on four.