Andrej Kramaric –

Hoffenheim are the Bundesliga’s fifth-most creative side, and Kramaric is benefitting.

The former Leicester striker has scored seven goals in his last seven matches, replacing Sandro Wagner – who signed from Bayern Munich in January – as the club’s primary marksman.

Cologne have conceded eight goals in their last three games, so there should be opportunities for the Croatian to extend his good run.

Alexis Sanchez –

Sanchez’s start at Manchester United has been underwhelming, but this game is a good opportunity to pick up.

The Chilean scored in his only home league game against bottom-half opposition (Huddersfield), having done the same in his last two matches against relegation-threatened sides (West Brom and Crystal Palace) for Arsenal.

Swansea conceded three against Tottenham in the FA Cup last time out and have shipped eight goals in their last three away games against top-six sides, so Sanchez should benefit from plenty of chances.

Chris Wood –

Chris Wood’s return from a 10-week injury has resulted in Burnley recording their first victories in three months, and that trend can continue at West Brom.

The 26-year-old netted three goals in those wins against Everton and West Ham, with poacher’s finishes the like of which the Clarets were missing in their winless run.

West Brom have conceded 20 goals in their dismal eight-match losing streak, so chances won’t be hard to come by.


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