Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Leicester forward Jamie Vardy are going head-to-head for the Premier League title, the PFA Players' Player of the Year award, and quite possibly a place in the England starting line-up for Euro 2016.
Kane's two goals in Tottenham's 4-0 win at Stoke on Monday moved him ahead of Leicester's suspended talisman as the Premier League's top scorer.
Everton's Romelu Lukaku, meanwhile, continues to be the bright spark of a disappointing campaign for the Merseyside club.
Here are some key stats as the race to win the Golden Boot reaches its finale.
Remaining opponents: West Brom (three goals in three games against them); Chelsea (two in three games); Southampton (one in three); Newcastle (one in four)
Key stat: The 22-year-old striker has played more minutes (3,008) and had the highest number of shots (109) than anyone else on the 25-strong top scorers' list.
Remaining opponents: Swansea (no goals in three games), Manchester United (two in three), Everton (none in two), Chelsea (one in two).
Key stat: Banned for the Swansea game, Vardy could yet face a further suspension for the trip to Old Trafford. For now, he remains the Premier League player with a hand in most goals (22 scored and six assists), one ahead of team-mate Riyad Mahrez (16 goals, 11 assists).
Remaining opponents: Stoke (five goals in five games), Southampton (two in six), Arsenal (two in seven), Swansea (two in seven).
Key stat: Aguero - not on the PFA Players' Player of the Year shortlist - scores a goal every 97 minutes he plays. His goal against Newcastle made him the second fastest player to reach 100 Premier League goals (147 matches) - behind only Alan Shearer (124) and beating Thierry Henry (160).
Remaining opponents: Liverpool (five goals in eight games), Bournemouth (one in one), Leicester (one in three), Sunderland (four in seven), Norwich (two in six).
Key stat: Of the top four Premier League strikers, Lukaku has played the most passes (947) and creates a chance every 57 minutes - more than his three rivals.
Best of the rest
Newcastle midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum (68%) and Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe (65%) have the best shot accuracy figures.
Defoe, who has 13 Premier League goals this season, is the most efficient, with a goal every 3.53 shots, just ahead of Mahrez (3.56).
Despite being 23rd on the top-scorer list with eight Premier League goals, West Ham's Andy Carroll has the third best minutes-per-goal statistic (126), behind Aguero (97) and Kane (125).