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Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester) to score v Southampton

Jamie Vardy’s suspension is an opportunity for Iheanacho to cement a place in Leicester’s starting XI.

The Nigerian scored four goals in the Foxes’ last three pre-season matches and went close in his side’s Premier League opener at Manchester United before being replaced by Vardy last weekend.

Southampton’s centre-back partnership of Wesley Hoedt and Jack Stephens struggled at Everton last week, so Iheanacho – aided by a supply line of James Maddison and Demarai Gray – is a great bet to score at the right side of 2/1.

Jonathan Kodjia (Aston Villa) to score v Reading

With the creativity of Jack Grealish, John McGinn and Albert Adomah in midfield, it was a matter of time before Kodjia started scoring regularly again.

And having netted all of Villa’s three goals in the last week, the 28-year-old is in the perfect form to justify this price to net against Reading.

The visitors have managed one clean sheet from six away games under Paul Clement, and threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at Blackburn on Wednesday.

Villa are bound to create plenty of chances, and Kodjia is poised to take them.

Will Grigg (Wigan) to score v QPR

A combination of QPR’s abysmal defence and Grigg’s form means that this is a fantastic price for the striker to find the net at Loftus Road on Saturday.

The R’s have conceded 10 goals in the last week. They lost 3-0 to Bristol City on Tuesday after being battered 7-1 at West Brom last weekend, with the manager Steve McClaren admitting that he is “angry” at his side’s inability to defend properly.

That will encourage Grigg, who scored twice in Wigan’s impressive 3-0 win at Stoke on Wednesday and has 11 goals in 14 league games overall.

Josh Maja (Sunderland) to score v AFC Wimbledon

Having scored in each of Sunderland’s League One matches so far this season, Maja is an obvious bet at the right side of evens.

No player in the division has hit the net more often than the 19-year-old, whose natural finishing ability is evident in the third tier.

AFC Wimbledon’s 3-1 defeat to Walsall brought their decent start to an end, and they could be in trouble against a Sunderland side that have scored seven goals in the last week.


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