The goals just keep coming for Leicester City, who are flying high as they prepare to welcome Watford to King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The Foxes have scored in every game this season as their in-form forward line has lifted them up to third in the standings, a far cry from last season, which was mostly spent at the foot of the table.
After slumping to their first defeat of the season against Arsenal, Leicester recovered with three wins and a draw in their last four matches to retain their place near the Premier League's summit.
After a small slump in form last month Watford have rediscovered their winning ways with victory over Stoke City and West Ham in their couple of matches to find themselves a respectable, if modest, 11th in the league standings as they look to become the the first team this season to stop the Foxes from scoring.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri says that "everybody is okay", meaning that Christian Fuchs will be available after recovering from a knock, as will the league's top scorer with 11 goals: Jamie Vardy.
For the Hornets, Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo (who is second in the scoring charts behind Vardy and level with Riyad Mahrez on seven goals) will recover from a knock in time to feature, but midfielder Jose Jurado (hamstring) is a slight doubt.