Having been invaded by wingers, second strikers and midfielders last season, the Premier League top scorers chart is beginning to have a familiar look to it again. It’s populated by centre-forwards. 7 games into the season the top 10 scorers in the league are all strikers. No sign of the Gerrards, Lampards or Ronaldos. We seemed to be drifting towards an era of teams playing just one up top, but now it seems strike partnerships are en vogue again, and the league is all the more entertaining for it: 196 goals in 66 games, an average of 2.97 goals per match.