Two are easy enough, but the last one will catch you out.

Three players have finished as the Premier League top scorer with two different clubs. Can you name them?

So, that’s three players to have scored the most goals in a Premier League season for two different clubs in separate seasons. For example, player A may have been top scorer in the 1992/93 season for one club, and again in 1997 for a different club.

You have five minutes to try name all three.

Good luck and let us know how you do. (If the quiz does not display below, just click here).

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