Matty Taylor (Bristol City) to score v Blackburn (13.30 kick-off)

Given that strike partner Andi Weimann is as short as 17/10 to score, there is huge value in backing Taylor at this price.

The 28-year-old scored the opener in Bristol City’s 3-0 win at QPR 11 days ago, and went close to doubling his tally for the season at Swansea last time out.

Blackburn conceded two goals at Ipswich in one of their two away games this term, and should concede chances against an in-form attacking unit.

Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United) to score v Burnley (16.00 kick-off)

Had Romelu Lukaku taken the big chances that he was presented with against Leicester and Tottenham then Manchester United may be enjoying on a much more convincing start to the season.

But it won’t be long before a player of his quality begins to find the net more regularly, and he is well worth backing to do just that at Burnley on Sunday.

Sean Dyche’s side have conceded 11 goals in four games in the last fortnight, and that fatigue and a lack of form should help Lukaku net for the second consecutive away match.

Giovanni Simeone (Fiorentina) to score v Udinese (17.00 kick-off)

Simeone scored one of Fiorentina’s six goals against Chievo last weekend and he can repeat the trick against Udinese.

This could be a breakthrough season for one of the best young strikers in Serie A, with last week’s strike following a run of seven goals in 10 games at the end of last term.

Simeone may not need many chances to score, but Udinese – who conceded twice at Parma in their opening away game – could offer up plenty.

Andrea Belotti (Torino) to score v SPAL (19.30 kick-off)

Belotti has started the season in fantastic form, so is an unmissable price to score at home to SPAL on Sunday.

The 24-year-old scored twice in the Coppa Italia a fortnight ago, before kicking off Torino’s impressive comeback from 2-0 down at Inter Milan last weekend.

His side can carry that performance level into this game against SPAL, who have opened up with two 1-0 wins, but have not yet played great opposition.


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