Son Heung-Min -

After being benched for Tottenham’s defeat to Manchester City on Saturday, Son should start as Mauricio Pochettino rotates his players ahead of the weekend’s FA Cup semi-final.

The South Korean is without a goal in two league starts, but he scored seven in four in March, and is a significantly better price than Harry Kane, who may be rested anyway.

Brighton, who conceded to Son in December’s reverse fixture, have conceded 11 goals in three home games against top-five clubs this season.

John Marquis -

Bury were relegated to League Two on Saturday, having conceding 12 goals in six games, and are unlikely to put up much resistance at Doncaster on Tuesday.

And after scoring a match-winning brace at MK Dons on Saturday, John Marquis is the man to take advantage.

The striker has five goals in his last six matches, including another two-goal haul in his last game at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Mauro Icardi -

Icardi has struggled to make his mark on big matches since his Milan derby hat-trick in October, but being a flat-track bully should be enough against Cagliari - as his short price to score proves.

The Argentine has netted in four of his five home matches against bottom-half teams this season, including inside the first minute against Verona at the end of March.

The visitors have conceded 12 goals in five away matches at top-six sides this season, including to other prolific strikers Ciro Immobile, Paulo Dybala and Dries Mertens.

Carlos Bacca -

Villarreal have spread the goals around this season, but Bacca is their form attacker for the visit of Leganes.

The Colombian has scored three goals in his last five matches, including one in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Sevilla, and can take advantage of the visitors’ woeful defensive record.

Asier Garitino’s side have conceded 15 goals in their last five away games, and 13 in their four away games against other members of La Liga’s top six.


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