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Harry Kane's versatility for Tottenham makes him more than a pure goal scorer

Harry Kane's versatility for Tottenham makes him more than a pure goal scorer


After a 2-0 defeat in his first match as Arsenal manager, it doesn't get any easier for Unai Emery as his side travel to rivals Chelsea this weekend.

Predict that one and the rest of the weekend matches by voting in the polls below ...

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Elsewhere, champions Manchester City play their first home game of the season -- but missing Kevin De Bruyne -- as Huddersfield visit the Etihad and Manchester United are on the road at Brighton, a place where they lost 1-0 last season.

Liverpool round of the fixtures when they travel to Crystal Palace on Monday night. How will that and the rest of the games go? Have your say in the match polls and get voting.

Let's begin with a quiz question. Which club's shirt number has been responsible for the most Premier League goals since the competition started in 1992?

If you guessed Newcastle's No. 9 shirt -- they love their goal scorers at St James' Park -- you'd nearly be right. Were it not for a couple of seasons outside the top flight, Newcastle's No. 9, with 298 goals, would be top dog. Manchester United's No. 10 also features highly, with 297 goals, but was handicapped by being left vacant for a couple of seasons, while Arsenal's No. 14 shirt (248) has been prolific this century but beforehand was worn by the somewhat rare goalscorer Martin Keown.

No, the most prolific shirt number in the Premier League's 26 seasons, with 306 goals, is the Tottenham No. 10 shirt: worn by Teddy Sheringham, Les Ferdinand, Steffen Iversen, Sheringham again, Robbie Keane, Darren Bent, Keane again, Emmanuel Adebayor (and very briefly Rafael van der Vaart) and now, of course, Harry Kane.

Most Premier League goals by team & squad number combination:306 Spurs