As it stands, the four teams to occupy the top of the Premier league are either from Manchester or London. Little stands between these sides at the moment but October’s fixtures are set to rearrange the results table somewhat.
Kane will now be eyeing the overall record for the most Premier League goals in a calendar year. The England forward needs another twelve goals to break the record, and has fifteen league matches remaining in 2017 in which to do it.
Football Ticket Pad takes a look at the top six sides in with a shout of glory and tries to seperate the genuine title contenders from the merely title challengers as we approach the halfway stage of another action packed Premier League season.
There is no love lost between these two rivals and at lunchtime on Sunday 6th November The North London Derby returns. Arsenal and Spurs will lock horns for the 178th time in the Premier League at The Emirates Stadium.
Spurs are heading in the right direction under the Argentine, but football can be a fickle game. Prior to Pochettino, Spurs had gone through ten managers in twelve seasons. If Tottenham hit a rocky patch of form the achievements of last season will be long forgotten and tables may begin to turn.
Can Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte assert a title tilt in their first taste of English football? Who will win the battle for European places? and who will fall into the Championship? Football Ticket Pad reveals how we see the season going for each club.
Roy Hodgson has named his 23-man squad for France Euro 2016 as England stick with five strikers, with three midfielders failing to make the final cut.
Football Ticket Pad has picked out five players who we would love to see plying their trade in the English top flight next season, all of whom have been heavily linked with big money moves in the world press.