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Records in danger: Fraser and Wilson rival PL legends

11 May 2019
Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser, AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth duo will equal 24-year mark as most productive partnership if one sets up the other at Crystal Palace

There are many Premier League records that could be equalled or broken on Sunday. Here we look at which marks are under threat.

Most goal combinations

If Ryan Fraser or Callum Wilson sets up a goal for the other at Crystal Palace they will equal a record that has stood for 24 years. 

The AFC Bournemouth pair have combined to score 12 goals this season. Fraser has assisted seven for Wilson, who has provided five for his team-mate in return.

It leaves them just one shy of the mark set by Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton during Blackburn Rovers' title-winning 1994/95 campaign, when 42 matches were played.

With Fraser also just one assist behind Eden Hazard in the race for the Cadbury Playmaker award, and Wilson scoring or assisting six goals in his last two away matches, do not be surprised if the Cherries duo make history on the final day.

Top six goal combinations in a season
Players Club Season Combined goals
Shearer/Sutton BLB 1994/95 13
Fraser/Wilson BOU 2018/19 12
Gallen/Ferdinand QPR 1994/95 11
Shearer/Newell BLB 1995/96 11
Also in this series

Part 1: Records in danger: Penalty mark near for Milivojevic
Part 3: Records in danger: Most goals in a season

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