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Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) to score v Crystal Palace

In a game that Liverpool should win comfortably, backing Firmino to join Mo Salah in the goals makes sense.

The Brazilian scored a hat-trick in his last game at Anfield, the 5-1 victory over Arsenal just after Christmas, and followed that with another goal at the Etihad Stadium five days later.

Since the beginning of December, his xG per minute (0.67) is only narrowly beaten by Salah, suggesting that a slow start to the season in front of goal was merely a blip.

Bradley Dack (Blackburn) to score v Ipswich

A combination of Dack’s prolific season and Ipswich’s poor defensive record makes this is an unmissable bet.

The midfielder missed an exceptional chance to win Tuesday’s FA Cup tie against Newcastle, but the fact he’s continuing to get into good positions is only a positive.

He has scored in four of Blackburn’s last six league matches at Ewood Park, while he also ranks 10th for shots per Championship home game this season.

Saturday’s visitors have conceded at least twice in 12 consecutive league away games, a dismal record that Dack can take advantage of.

Lyle Taylor (Charlton) to score v Accrington Stanley

Taylor and Karlan Grant both score so consistently for Charlton that it is difficult to know which to pick, but I'm siding with the former for this one.

The summer signing has scored 15 goals this season, including two in his last three games. He tends to score more than his strike partner at the Valley, too, netting six goals in his last seven home matches compared to Grant’s two.

Accrington have conceded at least three goals in four of their last seven away games and rank fifth-bottom for shots on target conceded away from home this season.

Chuks Aneke (MK Dons) to score v Crewe

Aneke had scored in three consecutive matches before MK Dons’ defeat at Bury last weekend and is a great bet to pick up where he left off on Saturday.

The striker has regular good chances created for him by one of the best supply lines in the division, allowing him to score 11 goals so far this season.

According to stats tweeted out by StatsBomb this week, his xG rating is the best in League Two, suggesting that more goals are imminent.

Crewe have conceded at least twice in four of their last six away games, including three and two in their last two on the road.


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