This weekend in the Premier League saw another intriguing twist in the title race thanks to Arsenal's defeat at Stoke City and Liverpool's win over Southampton.
Brendan Rodgers side are now level on points with the Gunners, but ahead on goal difference, and four points behind leaders Chelsea who had a straightforward 3-1 victory over Fulham.
Manchester City have two games in hand and will go top if they win them both, which could be more likely after their morale-boosting Capital One Cup triumph on Sunday.
However, Liverpool must now be considered genuine title contenders as they are showing great form and are on fire as an attacking force in particular, with Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling proving to be too much to handle for most Premier League defences.
With that in mind, it has been much debate over which attacking unit can be called the most potent in the league. While the attacking units angle is still up for debate, a recent story by Talksport went through the stats to see which individual players can be called the most potent.
They do this by combining number of goals and assists, awarding two points for finding the net and one point for laying one on for a teammate.
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