The striking pair are battling it out for seemingly one position.
West Ham United beat Accrington Stanley 1-0 in the EFL Cup last night.
Kemar Roofe is yet to score at Leeds, but its only a matter of time before he finds his groove.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Vincent Janssen scored his first goal for the club in the EFL Cup yesterday.
Sheffield Wednesday welcome Nottingham Forest to Yorkshire, and Ian Holloway is backing goals.
The Portuguese now manages Liverpool's bitter rivals Manchester United.
Sunderland signed Paddy McNair from Manchester United during the summer transfer window.
Jonathan Kodjia has made an impressive start to life at Aston Villa.
Ashley Williams has made an encouraging start to life at Everton.
The Leeds boss believes every player at the club knows their role.
Newcastle take on Reading this Wednesday, having lost their opening two Championship games.
If Rudyard Kipling’s adage about treating triumph and disaster the same is a standard trope for Olympians, then for the three-time champion Mo Farah it now might be rewritten to include elation and suspicion.
Did you ever doubt it? He didn’t. Before the race began Usain Bolt said that the only question in his head was whether he should take it easy in the 100m final so he could spare himself for the longer sprints next week. He has his heart set, you see, on trying to break the 19 second barrier in the 200m.