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Aston Villa v Watford (Tuesday, 19.30) – Gerard Deulofeu
Gerard Deulofeu has had the most shots of any Watford player this season and will fancy his luck against an injury-hit Aston Villa side. With Tyrone Mings man-marking Troy Deeney, four-goal Deulofeu could be the answer at Villa Park.
Bournemouth v Brighton (Tuesday, 19.30) – Neal Maupay
Bournemouth are in freefall at the moment and Brighton striker Neil Maupay could be about to make it a whole lot worse. The former Brentford man has scored seven goals in his first season in the Premier League, that’s more than any Bournemouth player this campaign.
Everton v Newcastle (Tuesday, 19.30) – Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Dominic Calvert-Lewin stepped up to earn his side a share of the points against West Ham last weekend and, with Richarlison injured, the pressure to score goals will fall on his shoulders again. Fortunately, he has already hit double figures this season and can punish Newcastle here.
Crystal Palace v Southampton (Tuesday, 19.30) – Wilfried Zaha
He may not score nearly as many as he probably should, but Crystal Palace always look better when Wilfried Zaha plays and the Eagles will fancy their chances against Southampton. The south London side drew 2-2 last weekend against Manchester City and Zaha can help them on their way to a win.
Sheffield United v Manchester City (Tuesday, 19.30) – Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero looked to have earned his side all three points when striking late at the Etihad against Crystal Palace but it wasn’t to be. However, that was the Argentine’s 250th strike for Manchester City and with the form he is on, it’ll take a brave person to bet against him netting here.
Chelsea v Arsenal (Tuesday, 20.15) – Tammy Abraham
Chelsea v Arsenal used to be a key in the race for the title. Now, however, it has become a part of the race for the top four and with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang still suspended, it’s difficult to see the red side of London getting anything from the game. Instead, back Tammy Abraham, who has scored 13 goals already.
Leicester v West Ham (Wednesday, 19.30) – Jamie Vardy
West Ham have only conceded two goals in their previous four games, but they will struggle to keep Jamie Vardy quiet at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday night. No player has netted more than his 17 in the league this season and the Foxes will be confident of getting back to winning ways.
Tottenham v Norwich (Wednesday, 19.30) – Son Heung-min
Harry Kane’s injury came as a huge blow to everybody involved at Tottenham and the north London side are expected to dip into the transfer window for reinforcement. Until then, Tottenham attacker Son Heung-min will be their most dangerous player and looks the most likely to score.
Manchester United v Burnley (Wednesday, 20.15) – Anthony Martial
Much like Kane, Marcus Rashford’s injury is a disaster for Manchester United, having seen the youngster net 14 goals already this season. Anthony Martial missed a couple of chances against Liverpool but will be expected to lead the line, so he looks the obvious choice at Old Trafford.
Wolves v Liverpool (Thursday, 20.00) – Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah has scored 15 goals in all competitions this season, more than any other Liverpool player, and his late strike against Manchester United will leave him brimming with confidence. He scores on average every 147 minutes and has had more shots at goal than any other ‘Pool player.