Premier League matchday 26 will be the first time the division’s holy goalscoring trinity have all been in action since the end of August 2014.
Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge are both back from lengthy injuries, while Diego Costa returns for Chelsea having served a three-match domestic ban.
The question is, now that they are all fit and raring to go, who will win a league-goal triple threat from a standing start between now and the end of the campaign?
It’s far from cut and dried in the eyes of the bwin odds moguls, who have priced up all three at 7/4 for victory.
If the trio continue to operate at their current goals-per-90 minute ratios, starting each of the remaining 13 games, then Aguero will claim a narrow victory from Costa with Sturridge some way behind.
The Argentine would finish the season 13 strikes better off, with a total of 29 to his name.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s naughty number 19 would tie with his Citizen rival at the head of the overall top-goalscorer charts with his ratio adding 12 more to his current haul of 17.
By comparison Liverpool’s Sturridge will end the campaign with a maximum of eight league goals, scoring a further six before the end of 2014/15 if he continues at his current ratio.
However, with his Liverpool team in a different world of form from the beginning of the campaign forecasts based on his scoring ratio last term would be more appropriate.
That would see him far nearer to the output of his fellow forwards, hitting ten or 11 goals between now and the end of the campaign.
Add in the fact that Luis Suarez is no longer on the scene making him the main man and it seems more than feasible that he could outscore Aguero and Costa granted a clean bill of health between now and the end of the campaign.
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