Luka Jovic (Frankfurt) to score v Nuremberg (12:30)

Jovic became the youngest player ever to score five goals in a Bundesliga game in Frankfurt’s 7-1 win over Nuremberg last week, and only a fraction of that contribution would do the business here.

The Benfica loanee had scored in all of his previous three appearances, too. He is level with two of his team-mates for attempts on goal this season, but every one of his shots have been inside the penalty area, suggesting that his opportunities are regularly the best.

Nuremberg shipped three goals at home to Hoffenheim last week, having also conceded seven and six to Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig inside the last five weeks.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) to score v Crystal Palace (13:30)

Of the players to have made more than five appearances, only Daniel Sturridge has scored more goals per minute than Aubameyang in the Premier League so far this season.

Those numbers are boosted by the fact that he has scored a brace off the bench in both of his last two league matches, but it would be a surprise if he didn’t start this one. He now has six goals in his last six games, and ranks 13th for xG in the division, the highest of any Arsenal player.

Only seven Premier League teams have a worse xG against at home than Palace this term, despite the fact that two of their four fixtures have been against Southampton and Newcastle.

Andrea Petagna (SPAL) to score v Frosinone (14:00)

Petagna has three goals this season, including one in a fantastic 2-0 victory at Roma last week, and his underlying numbers suggest they will soon come even more frequently.

The 23-year-old ranks fourth for xG of all Serie A players so far this season, and fifth for shots on goal inside the penalty area.

He has a wonderful chance to extend that run against Frosinone, who have conceded 12 goals in four away games.

Islam Slimani (Fenerbahce) to score v Ankaragucu (17:30)

Slimani has scored three goals in four home games for Fenerbahce this season.

The Leicester loanee has had more attempts on goal than all but six players in the Turkish Super Lig, and ranks fifth for efforts inside the penalty area.

That makes him an obvious bet to score at odds-against for the visit of Ankaragucu, who have only managed a clean sheet at second-bottom Erzurum BB in their last three away games.


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