Emiliano Sala (Nantes) to score v Marseille (18:00)

Sala may have gone a couple of games without a goal, but he is still worth backing to recover against Marseille on Wednesday.

The striker had previously netted eight goals in five matches – including at least one in all of them – with his Ligue 1 goal tally only topped by Kylian Mbappe so far this season.

The Argentine ranks seventh for xG in Ligue 1, suggesting that his prolific form is sustainable. He can hit the net against Marseille, who have conceded 16 goals in seven league away games this season.

Richarlison (Everton) to score v Newcastle (19:45)

In what should be a one-sided match, any price this side of evens looks good for Richarlison.

The Brazilian has scored five goals in six Premier League matches against bottom-half opposition. He ranks top for xG and shots inside the penalty area of any Everton player, and fronts a team that rank fourth for xG at home in the Premier League.

Newcastle shipped three goals to West Ham on Saturday, including two to centre-forward Javier Hernandez, and have conceded five goals in their two away games at top-half teams this season.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) to score v Leicester (19:45)

Mitrovic backed up two goals for Serbia in the recent international break with a brace against Southampton in his last match at Craven Cottage, signalling a return to form that can continue here.

The 24-year-old’s numbers this season are outstanding. He has scored seven Premier League goals – five of which have come at home to non-big six sides – and ranks 11th for xG and third for shots per Premier League match.

Against Leicester, who have only managed away clean sheets at Newcastle and Cardiff this season, he can deliver again.

Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) to score v Manchester United (19:45)

Manchester United were always likely to struggle at the back in this match, but the fact that they could have up to eight senior defenders missing only enhances the case for Arsenal forwards.

And despite Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s good form, it is worth siding with Lacazette here. The Frenchman, who should line up as a central striker, tops his team-mate for shots and shots inside the penalty area this season.

He has already scored against Liverpool and Tottenham, so is worth taking at a longer price than his strike partner.


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