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Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) to score v Huddersfield

Arnautovic was sensational in West ham’s 4-2 win against Burnley last weekend, and could have had one or two more goals than the 10th-minute opener he managed.

The Austrian’s numbers place him among the best strikers in the Premier League. He ranks fifth for shots, third for shots inside the penalty area, and 13th for xG, and has scored five goals in nine league appearances this term.

Huddersfield secured a valuable 1-0 win against Fulham last weekend, but expect the Hammers to offer plenty more in attack than Slavisa Jokanovic’s side.

Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) to score v Newcastle

Newcastle had not kept a home clean sheet before conceding an xG of 2.43 to Watford despite winning 1-0 last week, so expect Bournemouth to have plenty of joy in attack on Saturday.

Callum Wilson was called up to the England squad after scoring four goals in his last four league matches, so is a big price to take advantage of the hosts’ leaky defence.

He fronts a side that ranks fourth in the Premier League for xG, and sits second for shots on goal from inside the penalty area.

Jack Marriott (Derby) to score v Aston Villa

Marriott has been the biggest beneficiary of Derby’s excellent form, scoring five goals in his last six matches in all competitions.

The summer signing from Peterborough has scored at both Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge this season, and has risen to 14th for shots inside the penalty area per Championship match.

He has a fantastic chance to extend that run against Aston Villa, who have failed to keep an away clean sheet in the Championship this season, and were fortunate not to concede against Bolton last time out at Villa Park.

Teemu Pukki (Norwich) to score v Millwall

Having successfully tipped Pukki to hit the net at Sheffield Wednesday last week, backing him to do so against a bottom-half team on home soil is obvious.

The Finn has scored five goals in his last seven league appearances after that brace at Hillsborough. He ranks 13th for shots per Championship match this season, and is seventh for shots inside the penalty area.

Millwall have conceded at least twice in all of their last five away matches, so will likely struggle at the division’s most in-form team.


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