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Harry Kane and Dele Alli’s failure to score for Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night meant that last week’s £5,000 jackpot went entirely to one delighted winner. With a full programme of 10 Premier League games to get stuck into this weekend, let’s take a look at the players we think could earn you some cash as the campaign enters its climax.
There are pivotal fixtures at both ends of the table this weekend - none more so than Sunday afternoon’s mouth-watering clash between Leicester City, who will clinch the title with a win, and top four-chasing Manchester United.
The Foxes will be without the suspended Jamie Vardy for the visit to Old Trafford, but his absence didn’t seem to bother them as they trounced Swansea City 4-0 last time out. Riyad Mahrez got himself on the scoresheet against the Swans, and he is sure to have a spring in his step after he received the PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday night. The Algerian has claimed 18 goals in all competitions this term, 13 of which have come on the road.
Another one to consider from a Leicester point of view is Leonardo Ulloa. He has bagged three in his last two, and while he offers a much different threat to Vardy, it is still one that the United defence will have to be wary of.
Louis van Gaal’s side have enjoyed a terrific run of late; their form at Old Trafford in particular has caught the eye. The Red Devils are unbeaten in nine at home, and they have played 315 minutes of football without conceding in front of their own fans.
Leicester don’t ship many, and the leaders boast six clean sheets from their last seven games. But teenage sensation Marcus Rashford (seven goals in 14 appearances) will be in the mood, along with Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial who each have a total of 14 goals this season.
Both Arsenal and Manchester City will be looking over their shoulders at United as they look to ensure that they stay in the top four. The Gunners entertain Norwich City on Saturday evening and, even if the Canaries are unable to earn a point at the Emirates, they must avoid taking a battering as goal difference could be key in their quest for survival.
Arsenal’s campaign has rather petered out, but Alexis Sanchez has managed five in his last five. The Chilean will fancy his chances against a Norwich side who have shipped an average of 1.94 goals per game on their travels in the Premier League since their promotion last year.
Manuel Pellegrini may ring the changes for City’s trip to Southampton on Sunday afternoon with a Champions League semi-final second leg against Real Madrid looming. That said, Sergio Aguero has registered seven goals in the Citizens’ last five domestic matches, so looks a good bet assuming he starts.
Kelechi Iheanacho – who produced two well-taken finishes against Stoke City last Saturday - could also feature, and his tally of 11 goals in 31 appearances (eight starts) in 2015-16 makes him a tempter.
The title looks out of Tottenham Hotspur’s reach now, but they certainly won’t be struggling for motivation going into their London derby with Chelsea on Monday night.
Mauricio Pochettino will be without Dele Alli after he was charged with violent conduct, but Harry Kane (24 league goals) will be looking to tighten his grip on the Golden Boot by striking at Stamford Bridge.
Diego Costa is the Blues’ top scorer with 15 (11 in the league), and Pedro appears in good nick with three in his last four outings. Eden Hazard finally got off the mark in the Premier League last Saturday with a brace at Bournemouth, and he will want to end the season strongly with Euro 2016 just around the corner.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was criticised on Thursday night for not fielding Daniel Sturridge in their Europa League semi-final first leg against Villarreal. The England striker has netted in each of his last four league run-outs, and he could well get at least 60 minutes against Swansea on Sunday so that he’s up to speed for next week’s second leg. Expect the rest of the Reds’ line-up to be largely made up of fringe players.
The Swans have been beaten 3-0 and 4-0 respectively in their last two games, though they did beat Chelsea 1-0 in their last home fixture through Gylfi Sigurdsson who has an impressive 11 goals to his name this term.
Both North East sides have winnable matches in the Saturday 3pm kick-offs. Newcastle host Crystal Palace whose league form in 2016 has been dire, but Alan Pardew will be keen to get one over on his former employers with the FA Cup final three weeks away.
Connor Wickham claimed Palace’s winner in their semi-final triumph over Watford last week, and his six goals in all competitions is more than any of his team mates have managed in 2015-16.
The Magpies’ last six goals have all come from different players, so it is difficult to pick a favourite for them, especially as their two top scorers Georginio Wijnaldum (nine) and Aleksandar Mitrovic (eight) have both been restricted to substitute appearances in the last two games.
Stoke City have let in 12 goals in their last three, so Sunderland have every reason to believe they can secure the points at the Britannia Stadium. Jermain Defoe’s 13 league goals have been huge for Sam Allardyce’s side, and Fabio Borini embraced the business end of the season when he was on loan with the Mackems two years ago, scoring four in their final five games.
Bournemouth have also been shaky defensively in recent weeks, letting in 16 in their last six, but they travel to Goodison Park to take on an Everton side in disarray. Even Romelu Lukaku (25 in all competitions) has gone six games without finding the net, and the club’s next highest scorer Ross Barkley (12) is goalless since February. The duo have each scored twice against the Cherries this season as the two sides have already met on two occasions (once in the FA Cup).
West Ham United won’t be giving up their pursuit of a top four place just yet in the same way that Andy Carroll, who has bagged six in six, won’t be making any holiday plans during Euro 2016 just in case.
They play West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, and Tony Pulis’ men have only mustered two goals and two points in their last six games. They will have good memories of the last time they hosted the Hammers, though; the Baggies smashed them 4-0 in an FA Cup fifth round tie in February 2015. Saido Berahino scored that day, just as he did in a league clash between the two sides a month prior.
Aston Villa just can’t wait for the season to end, but on Saturday they take on Watford who haven’t won at Vicarage Road in the league since January. The Hornets came out 3-2 winners in the corresponding fixture at Villa Park in November, with their top two marksmen Odion Ighalo (16 in all competitions) and Troy Deeney (11) both profiting.
To finish off, here are the bookies’ favoured six – the players with the lowest anytime goalscorer odds. These are the individuals that they believe have the highest chance of scoring this weekend;
Danny Welbeck (home v Norwich) - 1.85 (54% chance of scoring)
Olivier Giroud (home v Norwich) - 1.85 (54%)
Alexis Sanchez (home v Norwich) - 1.91 (52%)
Romelu Lukaku (home v Bournemouth) - 1.95 (51%)
Sergio Aguero (away v Southampton) - 2.05 (49%)
Harry Kane (away v Chelsea) - 2.05 (49%)
Taking everything into account, our Predict the Six recommendation is…
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Tips article written by @BenJCSmith
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