Last season, Spurs managed to score 69 goals in the Premier League, a tally that would have no doubt been better if they had been managed by Antonio Conte throughout the whole campaign, rather than starting under Nuno Espirito Santo.
Meanwhile, Norwich’s last Championship campaign saw them accumulate 75 goals in 2020/21- the Canaries arguably have a better squad now than they did then.
Sheffield Wednesday scored 78 goals in League One last season and have strengthened their forward line with the arrival of Michael Smith from Rotherham United.
West Ham managed to fire in 60 goals in the Premier League last season which was a remarkable feat considering their commitment to the Europa League last campaign. With the Europa Conference League being of a lesser standard than the initially mentioned competition, perhaps they can afford to rotate more in Europe.
Bristol City had a disappointing season that saw them score just 46 goals under Nigel Pearson. The Ashton Gate club haven’t made a significant number of changes to their squad, but, with the likes of Nahki Wells, Andreas Weimann, Antoine Semenyo and Chris Martin amongst their ranks, they could improve their goalscoring form.