With 17 goals scored on Saturday, we are now eight goals away from the 25,000th in Premier League history.
There have now been 24,992 goals scored in the Premier League since the competition started in August 1992 and with five matches taking place on Sunday, it is likely the 25,000-mark will be met today.
The man to put his name in the history books this weekend could be someone with one landmark goal to his name already.
With Leicester involved in the final fixture in Matchweek 11, hosting West Bromwich Albion in the late kick-off on Sunday, could Albrighton strike again? Less likely, but still possible, is that the scorer of the 24,000th goal will repeat the feat in the identical fixture.
Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs was the player, at home to Tottenham Hotspur on 8 November 2015, and, having started the last three matches in all competitions, the left-back could well play a part when Spurs visit Emirates Stadium in Sunday's midday kick-off.
With 137 goals scored in the north London derby in the Premier League, the joint second most of any other fixture in the competition, it is likely the landmark will be reached this weekend.
In fact, the mark will be reached were the derby to repeat the 5-4 scoreline of when it last kicked off at midday.
Were Zlatan Ibrahimovic to rediscover his scoring touch and hit goal number 25,000 it would arguably be the highest-profile player to score a landmark goal since Eric Cantona netted the 100th, for Leeds United in August 1992.
|1st||15 Aug 1992||Brian Deane||Sheff Utd v Man Utd|
|100th||25 Aug 1992||Eric Cantona||Leeds Utd v Spurs|
|1,000th||7 Apr 1993||Mike Newell||Nottm Forest v Blackburn|
|5,000th||7 Dec 1996||Andy Townsend||Southampton v Aston Villa|
|10,000th||15 Dec 2001||Les Ferdinand||Spurs v Fulham|
|15,000th||30 Dec 2006||Moritz Volz||Chelsea v Fulham|
|20,000th||21 Dec 2011||Marc Albrighton||Aston Villa v Arsenal|