Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's football
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Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) to score v Burnley
Despite not yet hitting top gear this season, Arnautovic has still managed four goals in eight Premier League starts.
The Austrian’s numbers suggest that an improvement on his one-in-two record is imminent, too. He ranks sixth for shots and fourth for shots inside the penalty area of every Premier League player this season.
This is a cracking price for him to score against Burnley, who have not managed an away clean sheet in the Premier League since a 0-0 draw at Southampton on the opening weekend. Sean Dyche’s side rank 19th for xG against and 20th for shots on target against on the road.
Neal Maupay (Brentford) to score v Millwall
Catching the Championship’s top scorer at odds against at home to a bottom-half side is too good an opportunity to miss.
Maupay’s form may have slowed down marginally in the last few weeks, but he has still scored three goals in his last six matches. He has netted six in six at Griffin Park this season, ranks joint-top for shots per Championship game and remains Brentford’s established penalty-taker.
Millwall have conceded at least twice in all of their last four away games, so will surely concede chances to their hosts here.
Teemu Pukki (Norwich) to score v Sheffield Wednesday
With Jordan Rhodes ineligible to face his parent club, Pukki’s return from injury is timely for Norwich.
Manager Daniel Farke described the Finn as a “key player” after Tuesday’s defeat at Bournemouth, and it’s clear why. He had scored six goals in 12 matches before picking up an injury last month, and ranks 16th for both shots and shots inside the penalty area per Championship game.
Sheffield Wednesday have been chaotic in defense recently, conceding three goals in both of their last two matches and shipping twice in four of their last five at Hillsborough.
Kevin van Veen (Northampton) to score v Crewe
Van Veen is a player that I have been waiting for the right opportunity to tip to score for some time.
When fully motivated and confident, the Northampton forward is among the most natural finishers in League Two, as well as a proficient penalty-taker.
He has scored four goals in five home starts in the league this season and appears to have the trust of new manager Keith Curle, who has acknowledged that it is his job to get the best out of his "complex" striker.
A home game with Crewe, who were beaten 3-0 by Mansfield on Tuesday and have kept two clean sheets in eight away games this season, is the perfect chance for him to extend his good home form.
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