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Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) to score v Newcastle

Wilson looks a sensible odds-against shout to score against Newcastle after making a spectacular return to first-team action with a goal and assist at Huddersfield last week.

The striker has scored in three of his last four appearances at the Vitality Stadium, with his numbers suggesting that more will come. He ranks 21st for shots per game in the Premier League, but comes alive inside the penalty area, where he ranks 13th for attempts per game.

Newcastle are without a clean sheet in seven matches away from home and will struggle to keep out one of the best attacking teams in the division.

Harvey Barnes (Leicester) to score v Burnley

Gonzalo Higuain is the only Premier League player to have had more shots per game than Barnes this season, so a goal for the latter is surely imminent.

The 21-year-old also leads the way for xG per 90 minute of all Leicester players bar Jamie Vardy, while the fact that he scored nine goals for West Brom in the first half of the season proves that he is capable.

Burnley have conceded more shots at home than any other Premier League side this season, so they offer Barnes the best opportunity to break his Foxes duck.

Brett Pitman (Portsmouth) to score v Scunthorpe

Pitman marked his return to the Portsmouth first XI with a goal at Walsall on Tuesday, so he is a strong tip to repeat the trick against Scunthorpe on Saturday.

The 31-year-old has started just seven league games this season but scored five goals, also scoring in both of his EFL Trophy starts. He comes to life inside the box, while he is also an established penalty-taker, so should always be on the end of Pompey’s best chances when he plays.

Scunthorpe have conceded at least twice in all of their four away games against League One’s top six this season, so are vulnerable to their fourth-place opposition here.

Nicky Maynard (Bury) to score v Cambridge

Bury should win this game comfortably, which makes Maynard a likely scorer.

The striker has scored in five of his last seven appearances at Gigg Lane, with his season’s tally sitting at 19. He fronts a team that have scored at least three goals in five of their last six home league games.

Cambridge have conceded 10 goals in three away matches against League Two’s top seven, so they are unlikely to be able to deal with the best attack in the league.


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