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Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) to score v Leicester (15:00)

Before Saturday’s freak home defeat to Crystal Palace, Sterling had scored in all of his last five Premier League appearances against non-big six sides, including away at West Ham last month.

Bar Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus, the 24-year-old ranks best of City’s regulars in terms of xG per minute in the league, and is second to Aguero for shots per game. Having been taken off early on Saturday, and rested in three of his side’s last six matches, he looks sure to start this game.

Leicester have conceded twice in both home matches against members of the top six this season, and are unlikely to stop a formidable attack that will be out to put Saturday’s result right.

Nahki Wells (QPR) to score v Ipswich (15:00)

Having scored scored in four of his last seven appearances, and in three of his last five at Loftus Road, Wells looks an unbelievable price to hit the net against bottom-side Ipswich on Boxing Day.

The striker’s underlying numbers suggest that this run should only improve. He ranks fifth for shots per game in the entire Championship, and sixth for shots inside the penalty area.

Ipswich have conceded at least twice in 10 consecutive away games, and have conceded braces to strikers in three of their last four on the road. A Wells double is available at .

Jay Rodriguez (West Brom) to score v Wigan (15:00)

Wigan are in terrible nick, with their 3-0 home defeat to Birmingham on Saturday their third consecutive loss to nil, so it is worth siding with a West Brom attacker to do the business here.

And, after Dwight Gayle and Harvey Barnes did the damage in the Baggies’ 4-0 win at Rotherham on Saturday, second-top scorer Rodriguez is the man to back.

The 29-year-old has scored 10 goals overall this season, including five in his last 10 at the Hawthorns. He has had more attempts on goal per game than Gayle this season, and is also an established penalty-taker.

Cauley Woodrow (Barnsley) to score v Peterborough (15:00)

Having scored six goals in his last eight appearances (bar the EFL Trophy), Woodrow is an obvious pick to find a way past a poor Peterborough defence.

The striker posted a promising xG figure of 0.5 at Blackpool on Saturday (experimental361), suggesting that his form is unlikely to slow down much. He generally reserves his goalscoring for Oakwell, though, where he has netted in three consecutive league and cup matches, including against league-leaders Portsmouth side last time out.

Bar EFL Trophy games, Peterborough are without a clean sheet in six matches, including 4-4 and 2-2 draws in their last two. They rank second-bottom for shots and shots on target conceded per League One away game this season, so Barnsley’s attackers should enjoy themselves.


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