Roberto Martinez’s Everton are value to be top scoring Premier League club in 2015/16.
Tottenham currently lead the goals-for standings with 56 strikes, two ahead of Leicester, four beyond Manchester City and five more than the Merseysiders.
Of the quintet, City and Everton jump out at the bettor, both for their games in hand and their ability to run a train on opposition should the mood take them.
The Citizens have played one less than Spurs and Leicester, while they’ve bagged four times or more in a league games five times this term – no other side has done so more than four.
Along with Liverpool, they are also one of just two sides in the division to have pulled hauls of five or more twice across the campaign.
Despite the Toffees’ rather more lowly position in the standings, they are arguably even more appealing top-scoring club candidates at the prices.
They have not one, but two, games in hand on Spurs and Leicester (and one on City) and are even more consistent when it comes to putting defences to the sword.
Remembering to defend at the same time may have often proved beyond them, but they have notched three or more in a massive 11 Premier League fixtures this term.
Spurs have done so nine times, City and the Foxes eight and Arsenal a moderate six.
All five sides in the betting have reasonably testing games between the post-international break resumption and the end of hostilities, but Toffees’ backers can take inspiration from the fact that Southampton, Bournemouth, Sunderland and Norwich are all on the menu.
The Goodison gang taxed the first three named for at least three goals in the reverse fixtures, while the Canaries have the fourth-worst goals-against tally in the division.