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Leicester v Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30) – Ayoze Perez
Leicester succumbed to a rather shock semi-final defeat by Aston Villa in midweek, but Brendan Rodgers will pick his squad up and go again as the Foxes bid to secure a Champions League spot. Jamie Vardy is having one of his best seasons to date, but Ayoze is in form and can fire first.
Bournemouth v Aston Villa (Saturday, 15.00) – Jack Grealish
Jack Grealish is doing everything he can to force his way into Gareth Southgate’s England plans and having been in the form of his life for a while now, he is close. He is always a danger when it comes to grabbing a goal and he can do so against a poor Bournemouth side in this relegation six-pointer.
Crystal Palace v Sheffield United (Saturday, 15.00) – Jordan Ayew
It’s unlikely to be one for the neutrals, but the hosts will be hopeful of gaining all three points this weekend. The Eagles are far from free scoring, but Jordan Ayew looks the most dangerous when it comes to netting first and he can add to his tally of six goals already this season.
Liverpool v Southampton (Saturday, 15.00) – Mohamed Salah
With Sadio Mane injured, all attentions turn to Mohamed Salah when it comes to grabbing the goals to put Liverpool further clear at the top of the table. The Egyptian has already netted 15 this season and he is fully expected to add to his tally as he closes in on the 20-goal mark.
Newcastle v Norwich (Saturday, 15.00) – Miguel Almiron
Miguel Almiron has been a different player since finally breaking his goalscoring drought against Crystal Palace at Christmas and has now netted four for the Magpies. Norwich don’t travel well and it should be a case of a home win for Steve Bruce, especially if Almiron has his way.
Watford v Everton (Saturday, 15.00) – Troy Deeney
Nigel Pearson’s Watford looked down and out just a couple of months ago, but his appointment as boss and the return to form of Troy Deeney has helped the Hornets get a few more points under their belt. They will fancy their chances of winning this at Vicarage Road and Deeney could be integral.
West Ham v Brighton (Saturday, 15.00) – Mark Noble
West Ham spent in excess of £40million on star striker Sebastien Haller but it just hasn’t clicked for the France-born forward, who hasn’t been helped by a lack of service by the likes of Felipe Anderson and Manuel Lanzini. One man who can be relied on is Mark Noble and he could net here.
Manchester United v Wolves (Saturday, 17.30) – Raul Jimenez
Marcus Rashford’s injury has somewhat nullified Manchester United and Old Trafford will be a far less daunting proposition for Wolves this weekend than perhaps it should. No team has played more games than them this season and Raul Jimenez can be the danger man for the Midlands side.
Burnley v Arsenal (Sunday, 14.00) – Chris Wood
Like Manchester United, Arsenal are no longer a daunting fixture on the calendar and the Gunners won’t enjoy their trip to Burnley this weekend. Chris Wood has scored two goals in his last three games, including against United, and can get the better of the north London’s defence at Turf Moor.
Tottenham v Manchester City (Sunday, 16.30) – Raheem Sterling
Raheem Sterling hasn’t found the back of the net in six matches and he will be keen to end that run in north London. The Citizens may have very little chance of catching Liverpool at the top, but they still need to stay on track for a Champions League spot and Sterling can help them.