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Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) to score v Bournemouth

Against a porous Bournemouth defence, Firmino is a nice odds-against bet to help return Liverpool to the top of the Premier League table.

The Brazilian has scored five goals in his last seven appearances, including four in three at Anfield. He also ranks in the top 10 for xG per minute since the beginning of December, suggesting that his goalscoring should continue.

Bournemouth’s away games against the top six this season have finished in 2-0, 3-1, 5-0 and 4-1 defeats, so plenty of chances should come Firmino’s way.

Neal Maupay (Brentford) to score v Nottingham Forest

After a mid-season blip in which Brentford struggled, Maupay has emphatically rediscovered his best form.

The Frenchman has scored in his last four appearances, moving into the top three for shots and top five for shots inside the penalty area per Championship match this term.

Fronting a team that have scored 18 goals in their last five games, he is a fantastic bet to hit the net against Nottingham Forest, who are yet to keep a clean sheet in three matches under Martin O’Neill.

Nahki Wells (QPR) to score v Birmingham

Wells opened the scoring in QPR’s FA Cup victory over Portsmouth on Tuesday and is a big price to repeat the trick against Birmingham this weekend.

The striker has scored in five of his last nine appearances at Loftus Road, and his underlying numbers suggest that run can improve further. He ranks sixth for shots and 10th for shots inside the penalty area per league game this season.

Birmingham are likely to give away plenty of chances, having conceded three goals in both of their last two away games.

James Collins (Luton) to score v Wycombe

Having successfully tipped Collins to score twice inside the last fortnight, he is an easy selection at an odds-against price.

The striker is League One’s leading goalscorer, an established penalty-taker, has scored a brace in both of his last two matches and has netted five goals in his last two at Kenilworth Road.

Against Wycombe, who have conceded at least twice in three of their last five away games, he has every chance of extending that run.


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