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Ahead of this weekend's highly anticipated Premier League action, Oulala have taken a look at the impact of Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane in 2015/16.
On Sunday, the top four play each other at the same time for only the sixth time in Premier League history, with Spurs visiting Man City and Arsenal hosting Leicester.
It promises to be an exciting and potentially telling Sunday for the title race, with Man City and Spurs looking to their leading strikers for inspiration.
The stats show that Aguero has enjoyed a better minutes-per-goal ratio than Kane, scoring one more goal despite featuring in seven fewer matches because of injury. On the other hand, Kane boasts more key passes per match, together with a slightly more favourable take-on rate and shot accuracy.
Among the other notable stats, ten of Aguero's 14 goals have come at the Etihad, while eight of Kane's 15 have been scored away from White Hart Lane.
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- Stats courtesy of Oulala
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Manchester City have announced they will play in China this summer as past of their next pre-season tour.
The news comes two months after a consortium of high-profile Chinese investors acquired a 13 per cent stake, worth a reported £265million, in the club's holding company the City Football Group.
Full details are yet to be revealed but the matches City play will be in the International Champions Cup, a friendly tournament series which annually features some of the world's glamour clubs.
The competition is likely to be among the first tests for new manager Pep Guardiola, who will take over from current boss Manuel Pellegrini at the end of this season.
The announcement was made in a press release detailing a number of initiatives the club are undertaking to celebrate Chinese New Year and which further emphasises the club's growing links with the Asian country. City also hosted Chinese president Xi Jinping during his state visit to the UK last autumn.