Adrian Clarke looks at the standout individual statistics by position in the 2019/20 Premier League season so far.
Both strikers would regard their right foot as the strongest but each has scored only two fewer goals with their so-called weaker foot.
The Premier League's leading scorer, Vardy, has netted seven of his 19 goals via his left boot, while six of Ings's 15 goals have come the same way.
|Jamie Vardy (LEI)||19|
|Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS)||17|
|Sergio Aguero (MCI)||16|
|Mohamed Salah (LIV)||16|
|Danny Ings (SOU)||15|
|Sadio Mane (LIV)||14|
|Marcus Rashford (MUN)||14|
Vardy, 33, also boasts the most doubles from any striker in the league this season, scoring four of them.
Unsurprisingly Mohamed Salah has the most dangerous left foot of the Premier League’s forwards, scoring 13 of his 16 goals in that manner.
Liverpool's Egyptian has not been as prolific as in the previous campaign, but his finishing remains superb.
|Left foot||Right foot|
|Mohamed Salah (LIV)||13||Sergio Aguero (MCI)||12|
|Jamie Vardy (LEI)||7||Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS)||11|
|Danny Ings (SOU)||6||Marcus Rashford (MUN)||11|
Three top-flight forwards stand out as being the most rounded in terms of their style of play, with two of them belonging to leaders Liverpool.
As well as having the most shots in the penalty area, Salah has also created the most chances among players in his position.
Equally capable of hurting opponents with a clinical finish or a killer pass, the Mexican is rightly regarded as a brilliant all-round striker.
|Shots in box||Chances created|
|Mohamed Salah (LIV)||81||Mohamed Salah (LIV)||47|
|Raul Jimenez (WOL)||78||Raul Jimenez (WOL)||42|
|Roberto Firmino (LIV)||76||Sadio Mane (LIV)||41|
|Tammy Abraham (CHE)||65||Roberto Firmino (LIV)||39|
|Gabriel Jesus (MCI)||63||Raheem Sterling (MCI)||36|
Jimenez is just as strong in the air as he is on the ground.
Wolves’ top scorer ranks level with a selection of other front men for the most headed shots on target during the current campaign, with eight.
And helped by the left-footed supply of Dwight McNeil and Lucas Digne respectively, Burnley’s Chris Wood and Everton's Richarlison are two of the most threatening players in the competition in the air, too.
|Player||Headed goals||Headed shots on target|
|Chris Wood (BUR)||5||8|
|Raul Jimenez (WOL)||3||8|
|Oliver McBurnie (SHU)||1||8|
|Tammy Abraham (CHE)||3||7|
|Gabriel Jesus (MCI)||2||7|
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