The season is still fairly fresh but there have been moments to look back on as the top six sides are secure as many points as possible in the early part of the season. Clubs like Liverpool are not giving anything away as they have secured 12 out of 12 points. One key thing they have done to achieve this feat is keeping to a particular set of attackers.
Liverpool bought Shaqiri to add to their attacking prowess but he’s been unable to break up the trident of Salah, Mane and Firmino.
The Reds have one of the best strike force in Europe but Chelsea have also found an unlikely combination to push the Liverpool attack.
Marcos Alonso and Eden Hazard have combined well this season to give Chelsea a formidable attack down the left side of the pitch. This partnership is key to how Sarri wants his side to play and if this partnership goes to plan, many Premier League clubs will be in for a tough time against those two.
Arsenal’s pairing of Lacazette and Aubameyang have shown flashes of of brilliance this season. Emery only deployed the two together for the first time this season in the last game against Cardiff and the result was obvious for everyone to see, Arsenal running out 3-2 winners on the road that day.
As the season gathers pace, there’s sure to be a few more effective partnerships coming to the fore, but these three will take some beating.