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Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) to score v Burnley (16.00 kick-off)

Having got off the mark at Tottenham last weekend, a home game against Burnley offers Mitrovic the perfect opportunity to score again.

Sean Dyche’s side are already struggling with their Sunday-Thursday-Sunday schedule. They conceded three goals at home to a non-top-six team for the first time since promotion in 2016 against Watford last week, before shipping another three at Olympiakos in the Europa League.

Mitrovic scored six goals in his last eight matches at Craven Cottage at the end of last season, and more than justifies a price the right side of evens.

Marco Reus (Dortmund) to score v RB Leipzig (17.00 kick-off)

Reus is a good price net in what should be a high-scoring opening-weekend Bundesliga match.

The two games between these sides last season finished 2-3 and 1-1 – Reus played and scored in the latter – while Leipzig conceded 13 goals in their last five games.

The 29-year-old, who will line up as a central striker for his side, scored four goals in his last four matches of last term, before netting a dramatic winner in last week’s cup game at Greuther Furth.

Kevin Lasagna (Udinese) to score v Sampdoria (19.30 kick-off)

After a big summer of investment in attack, Udinese shouldn’t have an issue creating chances for their forwards this season.

So after scoring 14 times last term, including spells of six goals in seven matches and five in four, Lasagna should discover even more consistency.

Against Sampdoria, who conceded 11 goals in their last four away games of last season, the striker is a good bet to score.

Providing his team-mates pas-ta him.

Rodrigo (Valencia) to score v Espanyol (21.15 kick-off)

Valencia secured a creditable draw with Atletico Madrid last weekend, with Rodrigo on the scoresheet.

The Spanish international has scored eight goals in his last 13 La Liga appearances, including a goal against Espanyol in April, and can replicate a run of eight goals in 11 league matches at the start of the 2017/18 campaign.

Espanyol have conceded in eight of their last 10 home matches, and lost this fixture 2-0 last November. media

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