4 – Andre Gray
If you’re on the hunt for the next Jamie Vardy or Odion Ighalo, Burnley’s Andre Gray may be your safest bet. Meanwhile Sean Dyche barricaded his team’s goal to earn an impressive figure of clean sheets throughout last season; it was the ex-Luton Town man’s 25 league goals that powered Burnley to the Championship title and subsequent promotion.
Gray, coincidentally also a non-league striker in his day, also demonstrated an eye for goal in his time with Brentford, scoring 18 in all competitions, and the striker’s knack for finding the back of the net shows no signs of dying out, as he notched a further NINE goals in the Clarets’ unbeaten pre-season campaign.
Burnley will, however, face Liverpool, Chelsea, Leicester and Arsenal all within their first seven league games, but they are intersected by some winnable encounters, in particular ones in which the English striker could score in, versus Swansea City, Hull City and Watford.