Tammy Abraham drew level with Jamie Vardy as Chelsea overcame a resilient Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge in the weekend’s early kick-off.
Abraham has more goal contributions than any player in the league after he fired the Blues in front early into the second half with a side-footed finish before Christian Pulisic scored a second.
That put him level on 10 goals in 12 games with Leicester frontman Vardy, who takes on Arsenal – who boast eight-goal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – at the King Power Stadium this evening.
Harry Kane is in action at 3pm, with Tottenham hosting Sheffield United and the England international set to return after missing last weekend’s draw at Everton.
On Sunday, Sergio Aguero will hope to score his first ever goal at Anfield when Liverpool and Manchester City lock horns in the most anticipated fixture of the season so far.
The Argentine, who won the Golden Boot in 2014-15, has seven goals in the Premier League against Liverpool, all of which have come on home soil.
Raheem Sterling also seeks a first goal at Anfield since he swapped Liverpool for City in the summer of 2015, having netted against his former club for the first time in the Community Shield in August.
Liverpool duo Sadio Mane, whose name has dominated the build-up to the clash after City manager Pep Guardiola accused him of diving, and Mohamed Salah will hope to build on their tallies of six and five goals respectively.
Earlier in the day, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial will view the visit of Brighton to Old Trafford as an opportunity to improve their records with Neal Maupay the chief threat for the visitors.
At the same time, Wolves – and Raul Jimenez – face Aston Villa, who will hope Wesley can score his first goals since October 5 in a West Midlands derby at Molineux.
Premier League top scorers
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) – 10 goals, 2 assists
Jamie Vardy (Leicester) – 10 goals, 1 assist
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 9 goals, 2 assists
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 8 goals, 0 assists
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 7 goals, 1 assist
Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – 6 goals, 2 assists
Teemu Pukki (Norwich City) – 6 goals, 2 assists
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 6 goals, 1 assist
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 5 goals, 3 assists
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – 5 goals, 3 assists
Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – 5 goals, 0 assists
Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) – 4 goals, 2 assists
Raul Jimenez (Wolves) – 4 goals, 2 assists
Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) – 4 goals, 2 assists
Danny Ings (Southampton) – 4 goals, 1 assist
Mason Mount (Chelsea) – 4 goals, 1 assist
Sebastien Haller (West Ham) – 4 goals, 1 assist
Wesley (Aston Villa) – 4 goals, 1 assist
Ashley Barnes (Burnley) – 4 goals, 0 assists
Chris Wood (Burnley) – 4 goals, 0 assists
Neal Maupay (Brighton) – 4 goals, 0 assists
Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace) – 4 goals, 0 assists
David Silva (Manchester City) – 3 goals, 4 assists
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 3 goals, 3 assists
Lys Mousset (Sheffield United) – 3 goals, 3 assists
James Maddison (Leicester) – 3 goals, 2 assists
Youri Tielemans (Leicester) – 3 goals, 2 assists
John McGinn (Aston Villa) – 3 goals, 2 assists
Daniel James (Manchester United) – 3 goals, 2 assists
Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) – 3 goals, 2 assists
Andriy Yarmolenko (West Ham) – 3 goals, 1 assist
Harry Wilson (Bournemouth) – 3 goals, 0 assists
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 2 goals, 9 assists