Top 10: Predatory Premier League strikers (1)

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Earlier this week, GiveMeSport brought you an all-time list of the most lethal marksmen in Premier League history, based on the number of minutes played per goal, of all stars to have scored in England's top-flight on a minimum of 20 occasions.

Now - thanks to stats, once again provided by Opta - we are able to take a look at the top 10 predators currently plying their trades in the Premier League, based upon the same conversion rate.

Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United all boast two players each, while Everton and Aston Villa are currently in possession of the other two goal-getters (although one of them is only on loan).

Click through the tabs - above or below - to check out the Premier League's 10 most predatory strikers, complete with a breakdown of their goals/games ratio, as well as the number of minutes they play per goal!

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Fernando Torres
Romelu Lukaku
Edin Dzeko
Robin Van Persie
Daniel Sturridge
Demba Ba
Sergio Aguero
Christian Benteke
Javier Hernandez
Luis Suarez

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