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Suarez and Sturridge continue to shine.

Top 8: Premier League deadliest duos (1)

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Finding one star striker to power a title charge or Champions League campaign is hard enough for any Premier League manager to achieve, but get a pair of players banging in goals for fun and you really have a chance of a very special season.

Liverpool pair Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have provided a timely reminder that the in-vogue 4-5-1 is not a formation that deserves all-encompassing attention from modern managers, quickly forming an understanding that provides pace, purpose, power and guile in the final third.

As Suarez and Sturridge close in on a record-breaking campaign GMS has decided to profile the eight most profitable partnerships in Premier League history, with an absolute minimum of 42 goals for the campaign required for consideration, raising the bar very high indeed.

Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool fans will all find fond memories in our countdown, which features a surprise winner that might not immediately spring to mind.

Can you guess who the deadliest duo in English football since 1992 is? Find out by clicking ahead!

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Topics:
Arsenal
Didier Drogba
Newcastle United
Liverpool
Luis Suarez
Manchester United
Chelsea
Thierry Henry
Football
Alan Shearer
Daniel Sturridge
Premier League
Cristiano Ronaldo
Robbie Fowler

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