Steve Mounie –
Mounie’s return to form could not have come at a better time for Huddersfield.
The Terriers had scored just one goal in six league games and were crashing back towards the Championship before the Frenchman spearheaded their 4-1 win over Bournemouth a fortnight ago.
With goals in two FA Cup games against Birmingham to his name inside the last month as well, he can deliver against a West Brom side that have conceded 13 times in their last five matches.
Neal Maupay –
After selling Lasse Vibe to Changchun Yatai, Brentford – who have fashioned nearly 30 per cent more chances than the Championship’s next-most creative side – needed a striker capable of scoring regularly.
And after his struggles earlier in the season, Maupay has emerged as that man.
The 21-year-old has scored in 2-0 and 5-0 wins for the Bees in the last week, and can do the same against Leeds, who have conceded eight times in their last three matches.
Adam Armstrong –
In a Blackburn squad stockpiled with attackers, Armstrong has done well to emerge as first choice.
Four goals in three games has seen the Newcastle loanee establish his position as Rovers’ No.1 striker, and he can extend his good run at Walsall.
The Saddlers have conceded at least once in seven of their last nine matches – great news for the in-form visitors and their star striker.
Adebayo Akinfenwa –
Aged 35, Akinfenwa’s career might have wound down by now, but instead he continues to reach new heights.
The striker is the perfect foil for an energetic, creative Wycombe midfield which supplies him with opportunities, while his strength makes him so hard to defend.
He can score in his third consecutive game for the rampant Chairboys, who host relegation-threatened Morecambe.
*Odds subject to change.