ST: Wayne Rooney (England)
Despite struggling to find the net regularly for Manchester United at this time, there is no doubting the England captain’s importance on the international stage after becoming the country’s all-time leading goalscorer with 50 goals. Joint-third on the leading goalscorers chart for the Euro 2016 qualifiers with seven strikes, Rooney is in devastating form for his country, scoring 10 times in his last 12 internationals.
ST: Jamie Vardy (England)
What a whirlwind of a career the newly capped England striker is experiencing. From Stockbridge Park Steels, to Fleetwood fame and now Leicester City sensation, Vardy has adapted to Premier League life incredibly of late, scoring seven times in eight games to top the scoring charts ahead of Manchester City’s five-goal hero Sergio Aguero.