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Here are the picks for this game week of the Grosvenor Goals season, which includes the best of the Premier League action, as well as the Carabao Cup final and a couple from the Championship.
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Brighton v Crystal Palace (Saturday 12.30) – Lewis Dunk
It may not be the fiercest derby in English football, but neither Brighton nor Crystal Palace will be wanting to lose this. With a tight game expected, Lewis Dunk could lead by example and be the difference at set pieces.
Hull v Leeds (Saturday 12.30) – Pablo Hernández
A win would give Leeds a huge boost as they bid for promotion to the Premier League via the automatic places and with Patrick Bamford off the boil, Pablo Hernández gets the nod following his return to goalscoring form after injury.
Bournemouth v Chelsea (Saturday 15.00) – Olivier Giroud
Chelsea were humiliated in the Champions League in midweek and saw Tammy Abraham hobble down the tunnel with an injury. Olivier Giroud has struggled to make a name for himself in west London, but scored against Tottenham recently and can net against a poor Bournemouth side.
Newcastle v Burnley (Saturday 15.00) – Matěj Vydra
With Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes out injured, Matěj Vydra has had the chance to impress for Burnley and has done so, netting two in two. Newcastle are being dragged into the relegation fight and Vydra can push them closer to the drop.
West Ham v Southampton (Saturday 15.00) – Jarrod Bowen
Only two players have scored more Championship goals than Jarrod Bowen this season and the former Hull man will be keen to find the net with his full debut expected in this relegation six-pointer against Southampton.
West Brom v Wigan (Saturday 15.00) – Hal Robson-Kanu
After a little wobble, West Brom now sit loud and proud at the top of the Championship table and it’s thanks in large to the recent form of Hal Robson-Kanu. The Welshman has three goals in his previous two games and will expect to score at the Hawthorns this weekend.
Watford v Liverpool (Saturday 17.30) – Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah netted against West Ham in midweek and is now just one goal away from matching Michael Owen’s Liverpool record of notching 20 goals in all competitions in three consecutive seasons. With the Premier League title almost theirs, expect him to earn that accolade here.
Tottenham v Wolves (Sunday 14.00) – Steven Bergwijn
With Harry Kane and Son Heung-min out injured for the foreseeable, it’s up to Tottenham’s other attacking options to chip in with the goals and January signing Steven Bergwijn looks the most likely.
Everton v Manchester United (Sunday 14.00) – Richarlison
Everton should fancy their chances of getting the better of Manchester United on their own patch this weekend and their main dangerman Richarlison can send them on their way to all three points.
Aston Villa v Manchester City (Sunday 16.30) – Kevin De Bruyne
While team of the season is likely to be made up predominantly of Liverpool players, Kevin De Bruyne is one player who may still make it. The Belgian has a great record in Wembley finals and will be looking to improve on that when they face Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.