Harry Kane –

Ten goals in eight home games is standard fare for the best striker in the country, and it is difficult to imagine him not extending that run against Arsenal on Saturday.

The 23-year-old has netted six goals in six league games against the Gunners, only failing to notch in the reverse fixture in November.

Having already conceded four goals at Liverpool and three at Manchester City this season, Arsene Wenger’s side will be unable to prevent Spurs from creating chances that Kane relish taking.

Theo Walcott –

It says something for Everton’s struggles that they are already becoming reliant on Walcott for goals.

The 28-year-old’s brace got the Toffees over the line against Leicester 10 days ago, while he was also a focal point in their rare attacking moments at Arsenal last week.

Sam Allardyce has not settled on one regular striker – Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin have scored recently, while Cenk Tosun is after regular playing time – so the onus is on Walcott to deliver.

Jordan Ayew –

Ayew’s improvement under Carlos Carvalhal has been outstanding, to the extent that he is Swansea’s best bet to score against Burnley.

The striker showed glimpses of potential at Aston Villa and in the first part of his Swans career, but a return of three goals in six matches suggests that he is now adding consistency.

Burnley are without a clean sheet in six league matches, their worst run for over a year.

Raheem Sterling –

Minutes after Sterling’s bad miss at Burnley cost Manchester City victory last week, Pep Guardiola declared that “he will score next game”.

And such is the spell that Guardiola appears to have over the 23-year-old, that you’re inclined to believe him.

Sterling is without a goal in four league games, but has scored six in his last 10 at the Etihad Stadium, and should have chances against a Leicester side that has one clean sheet on the road since September.


*Odds subject to change.